Tel: +44 (0) 113 246 1234 | E-mail: email@example.com
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The development of your brand and the design of your logo and stationery is an important part of your marketing strategy. Letters, invoices, mail shots, and statements are all forms of advertising.
Whether in hard copy, electronic or any other form, the company or LLP must state its name, in legible lettering, on the following:
On all of its business letters, order forms or any of its websites, the company or LLP name must show in legible lettering:
Partnerships are required to state on letters, orders, invoices, and receipts, and to display on the premises, the names of all partners together with the principal office of the partnership. Alternatively, they must indicate where a list of partners may be inspected. Invoices must state the VAT registration number, where applicable.
A sole trader operating under a business name must state on letters, orders, invoices, and receipts his or her own name and business address. Invoices must state the VAT registration number, where applicable.
Whenever an email is used where its paper equivalent would be caught by the business stationery requirements, then that email is also subject to the requirements.
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