Use of ‘Chiropractic’ in a Company Name
Information on how to apply for a Companies House Letter of Authorisation from the GCC.
What is a Letter of Authorisation?
Companies House will require a GCC Letter of Authorisation if the following words are used within a limited company application:
This requirement only extends to limited companies (Ltd). There is no requirement for a Letter of Authorisation if you use any other type of corporate structure such as a sole trader or partnership.
To obtain your Letter of Authorisation, complete the online form below. The GCC is unable to send the Letter of Authorisation directly to Companies House - you will be provided with the letter by email. You should allow up to five working days to process your request.
GCC Letter of Authorisation online application form
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