56 Duty to seek comments of government department or other specified body
56 Duty to seek comments of government department or other specified body
Companies Act 2006 | Legislation

(1)     The Secretary of State may by regulations under—

(a)     section 54 (name suggesting connection with government or public authority), or

(b)     section 55 (other sensitive words or expressions),

require that, in connection with an application for the approval of the Secretary of State under that section, the applicant must seek the view of a specified Government department or other body.

(2)     Where such a requirement applies, the applicant must request the specified department or other body (in writing) to indicate whether (and if so why) it has any objections to the proposed name.

(3)     Where a request under this section is made in connection with an application for the registration of a company under this Act, the application must—