You can correct mistakes on your Confirmation Statement with Companies House. The Companies Act 2006 only allows one Confirmation Statement to be filed for a confirmation period. In other words, you cannot replace the entire confirmation statement you already filed with Companies House with a new one for the same period. However, there is a way to do it. You must apply to Companies House.
How to correct mistakes on your Confirmation Statement
If it has come to light that your last confirmation statement contained errors, you can Second Filing to correct mistakes on your confirmation statement.
The correct way to do it is, you complete the form RP04 on paper together with the part of the confirmation statement form that contains errors.
Thereafter, you only send your RP04 and the relevant part of the CS01 form with the corrected information to Companies House. Do not send the whole CS01 form to Companies House, not even the front page of the CS01 form.
Another document you must include is the PR03 if your company has opted in the PROOF scheme.
To amend your company accounts already submitted to Companies House, simply send in your amended accounts and mark the account as “AMENDED”. Then, Companies House will publish both accounts on your public record.
You can submit a Second Filing to correct errors on your LLP record. For example, your LLP partner’s date of birth was incorrect on the form LL AP01 form submitted to Companies House. In this circumstance, you can submit a Second Filing to correct errors on the date of birth. You must complete the form LL RP04 and in the case where you opted in the PROOF scheme, the form PR03 is required.
Second Filing for limited liability partnerships
For this purpose, you can submit a Second Filing for the following LLPs forms types.
You can submit a Second Filing to correct errors on the register. For example, your director’s date of birth was incorrect on the form AP01 submitted. In this case, you submit a Second Filing to Companies House with the correct date of birth. You must complete the form RP04 and if your company has opted in the PROOF scheme then PR03 is required.
Second Filing for limited companies
For this purpose, you can submit a Second Filing for the following Companies House forms types.