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Simply-Docs Announce New Company Secretary Features

Simply-Docs, a specialist provider of professionally-drafted business contracts and legal document templates, have announced new features for the Company Secretary documents.

Sep 15 2013, 3:15am CDT | by PR.com

Sheen Lane, United Kingdom, September 15, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Simply-Docs, a specialist provider of professionally-drafted business contracts and legal document templates, have announced new features for the Company Secretary documents.

The existing documents have been updated and replaced with a new step-by-step guide on the procedure for appointing and removing a company secretary, as well as more detailed information about the role and duties of a company secretary in a private company. It will also link through to other relevant and useful information, such as board minutes, companies house forms and resolutions for various issues. The documents have been created primarily for businesses appointing a secretary for the first time or business start-ups but can also act as a refresher for current secretaries.

Iain Mackintosh of Simply-Docs said: "Company secretaries play a vital part in managing the administrative tasks in many businesses. Our new Company Secretary Sub-folder includes a range of documents relating to the various aspects of the role. It also includes guidance on the procedural requirements involved in the appointment and removal of a company secretary, as well as explaining the duties of a company secretary in a private company."

Aside from company secretary documentation and procedures, Simply-Docs have a huge database of documents available, covering a wide number of sectors and industries. They have company documents for the property sector, health and safety documents, employment information and various other resources. With a subscription, the documents can be downloaded at any time, and a number of samples and free documents are also available.

For more information about Simply-Docs, visit http://simply-docs.co.uk or call 020 8878 7236.

About Simply-Docs:
Simply-Docs specialises in providing professionally-drafted business contracts and legal document templates, divided into five sectors: Business, Corporate, Employment, Health & Safety and Property. Each sector contains a selection of business contracts, agreements, forms, policies, statements and letters, including terms and conditions, health and safety policy statements, employee appraisal forms, accident book templates, hazard safety data sheets, and employment application templates. Templates are available 24/7 for download by subscription on the Simply-Docs website.

Contact:
Iain Mackintosh
Simply-4-Business Limited
T/A Simply-docs and Easyform
Unit 100, Parkway House
Sheen Lane, London, UK
Zip: SW14 8LS
Tel: 020 8878 7236
Email: info@simply-docs.co.uk

Contact Information:
Simply Docs
Iain Mackintosh
020 8878 7236
Contact via Email
http://simply-docs.co.uk/
Simply-docs and Easyform
Unit 100, Parkway, Sheen Lane London

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