245 Circumstances in which registrar may put address on the public record
245 Circumstances in which registrar may put address on the public record
Companies Act 2006 | Legislation

(1)     The registrar may put a director's usual residential address on the public record if—

(a)     communications sent by the registrar to the director and requiring a response within a specified period remain unanswered, or

(b)     there is evidence that service of documents at a service address provided in place of the director's usual residential address is not effective to bring them to the notice of the director.

(2)     The registrar must give notice of the proposal—

(a)     to the director, and

(b)     to every company of which the registrar has been notified that the individual is a director.

(3)     The notice must—

(a)     state the grounds on which it is proposed to put the director's usual residential address on the public record, and