A company must have a registered office address. The registered office of a company is that to which CRO correspondence and all formal legal notices addressed to the company will be sent.
The registered office address need not be the company's place of business, however, it must be a physical location, P.O. box numbers are not permitted. The Registered Office of your Irish company cannot be outside the State.
An additional service we offer on incorporation of your new company is the provision of your Registered Office address in Ireland.
PO Box Address
The registered address of your company must be a physical location in the State, not just a post office box number, because people have the right to visit your company’s registered office to inspect certain registers and documents and to deliver documents by hand.
Legal documents are required to be served to the registered office address. Official correspondence from Government departments such as the Revenue Commissioners and the Companies Registration Office are generally sent to the registered office address
Registered Office Service
We will make our address available to be used as the Registered Office of, your new Irish company:
Upper O'Connell Street
The address is only to be used to comply with the requirements of the Companies Act 2016 in relation to official mail and documents. This address should not be used for any trading purposes or general correspondence, or for any form of advertising.
Change to Your Registered Office
A current director or secretary of your company notifies its change of registered address by sending a completed and signed Form B2 within 14 days of the date of the change to the CRO.