A company that is incorporated in Singapore must, from the date of its incorporation, have a registered office within Singapore to which all communications and notices may be addressed.
The registered office must also be open and accessible to the public for not less than 3 hours during ordinary business hours on each business day.
As part of the procedure to change a company’s registered address, the Board of Directors (the “Board”) will need to pass a resolution to change the registered address.
Resolution to Change a Company’s Registered Address
This resolution should contain details such as the new address of the company’s registered office, as well as the date on which the change in address has been effected.
There may also be a resolution authorising any director of the company to sign all notices/communications, regulatory filings and other necessary documents to be made or issued in relation to the change of registered address. This may either be passed as a separate resolution or stated within the same resolution to change the company’s registered address.
Template for Resolution to Change Registered Address
Need a template for resolutions passed to change your company’s registered address? You can get one here.