Can a CoWorking Space Be a Registered Office?

When registering a company, it is important to have a registered office, because it will be the headquarters of operations for your company. Usually, entrepreneurs and founders work at their homes or find office spaces to hold their businesses. However, over the last several years, businesses have been moving from homes and offices to coworking spaces.

A coworking space is a single work environment that is shared by multitudes of people from startups to larger corporations. These spaces are cheaper than renting whole office spaces; they also create a welcoming environment where new companies can easily find inspiration or ask for help. Thus, the problem of finding real estate has ended and all resources are shared at a fair cost. All of these advances and more have been the primary reason the coworking industry has boomed over the past few years. 

CoWorking Spaces Qualify as Registered Offices

Registered office space can be your home address, office building or coworking space. The only requirement for registered office space is that a company must have a permanent office address and not a temporary one. When it comes to your company’s postal address, any address may be used, including a P.O. box address. 

Since the address of the registered office must be permanent, the coworking space must own the premises on which your office rests. This is of course no problem for Daphne CoWork, but it is important to know and understand the requirements of registered office space. Once an agreement is executed, you can officially use the coworking space as your company office address! To register the coworking space as your company’s official office, the following item are required: 

  • The Rental Agreement. A copy of the rental agreement is required to register your office when you choose to use a coworking space. This agreement must be executed between the owner of the coworking space and the owner of the company renting the space. A coworking space agreement is not the same as a rental agreement and is not accepted for registering your office’s address. 
  • A Non-Objection Certificate. A non-objection certificate is required from the legal owner of the coworking space to permit the use of the property for being used as a company. The document must be signed and dated. 
  • A Utility Bill. A utility from the past two months must be included in the documents to register your office. This document is not required to have your name on it as it simply needs to be in the name of the owner of the coworking space. 

If you are interested in joining a coworking space, look no further than Daphne CoWork! When you join Daphne CoWork, you join a community of like-minded individuals who want nothing more than to help their businesses succeed. The CoWorking space is home to several events throughout the year and provides a wonderful environment to help you grow your small business.

Contact us today to learn more about what makes Daphne CoWork the best coworking space on the Eastern Shore!

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