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Off the shelf company

Incorporation.

An off the shelf company is a company has been duly incorporated, but has never traded.


Off the shelf companies are sold by formation agents to individuals or companies who wish to acquire a company, either to incorporate an existing business or through which to trade as a new business.

The company name, ownership and directorships are then changed as required.


Also known as 'shelf companies'.


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