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The processes you need to follow, and the documents you need to submit, when you are a community interest company or you wish to form (or convert to) a community interest company.
1. Form a community interest company (CIC) online 1.1 Register your CIC…
Comprehensive information for people who want to form a community interest company (CIC), other stakeholders and those giving professional advice about CICs.
Bespoke model constitutions for use when forming or converting to a CIC, with memorandum of association and articles of association templates. When completing section A8 of form IN01, please only tick "option 3-bespoke …
Before using one of the model constitutions as the basis of your company’s…
An overview of what community interest companies (CICs) are, how they are set up and how they work.
The benefits of a community interest company (CIC) compared to a charity or ordinary 'limited' company.
An overview of the role of the Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs).
Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs) business impact target report period.
An introduction to community interest companies (CICs) for funding organisations, including information about assets and the asset lock.
Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CICs) business impact target report.
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