CRO and Covid-19

CRO and Covid-19

As a result of Covid-19, Companies Registration Office are currently unable to process submissions or answer questions until at least the 14th of April.

Many companies are in the same situation, not able to conduct business as usual and nobody knows when normality will return.

This will affect any business waiting on the CRO to register their company name or set up the business.

The CRO normally provide the following services:

 

  • The incorporation of companies and the registration of business names.
  • The receipt and registration of post incorporation documents.
  • The enforcement of the Companies Act 2014 in relation to the filing obligations of companies.
  • Making information available to the public;

But as a result of Covid-19, these services have been suspended until further notice.

For further updates visit the CRO website:

www.cro.ie

 

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