A certificate of incorporation is a legal document issued by Companies House as soon as the application to form a company has been approved. It is a conclusive evidence that the requirements of the Companies Act 2006 as to registration of a company have been complied with and that the company is duly registered with Companies House under this Act. A typical certificate of incorporation includes the following information: registered name, the type of company, Companies House registration number, company formation date, registered office address, authorising registrar, and incorporation laws.

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