Registering Companies & NGOs

Registering A Company

A Company is a legal person which has capacity and powers to act on its own (i.e the law sees a company in the same light as a natural person).
It is created by the Companies Act No.1 of 2012 which provides the legal framework under which companies can be formed for legal purposes.

Registering a Local Company

To Register a Local Company limited by Shares, one needs to Reserve the name to be used and then file the following documents with the Registrar of Companies:
a) Companies Registration Form (s.18)
b) Memorandum and Articles of Association (if any)
c) Other Company forms
1. A1 – Statement of Nominal Capital
To register a Local company limited by guarantee, one needs to reserve the name to be used and then file the following documents with Registrar of Companies:
a. Company Registration Form (s.18)
b. Memorandum and Articles of Association;
When you have all the documents ready, pick assessments forms from our office or do self- assessment and pay registration fees and stamp duty. Upon registration, the Registrar will issue a certificate on incorporation within two working days.

After the company has been registered, the following forms must be filed (Company Returns).

Company Form 20 – Particulars of Directors and Secretaries (Within 14 days)
Company Form 18 – Notice of Situation of Registered Office & Postal Address (within 14 days) Company Form 10 – Return of allotment (within 60 days) Form of Annual Return for a company limited by shares (to be filed once every year).

Below Are Some Of the URSB Links that can Give You More Guide On How Registrations Can Happen. Remember We don't Register Companies Only Uganda Registration Services Bureau Does. We are Just Here to help you with all Processes in Company Registration while forwarding them to the meant Company