How to change a Proprietor’s signature at the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria

How to change a Proprietor’s signature at the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria

December 05, 2019

The procedure for changing a proprietors Signature on a Business Name Registration Form is as follows:

  1. Prepare an Affidavit stating why the proprietor intends to change his/her signature. This Affidavit must be notarized in the High Court in any state in Nigeria.
  2. Prepare an Application letter from the Company stating that the proprietor of the Company wishes to change his/her Signature.
  3. File same at the Corporate Affairs Commission and Apply for a Certified True Copy of the CAC BN 1(Application for Registration Form).
  4. Upon satisfying all the requirements of the Corporate Affairs Commission for Change of Signature, the Signature will be automatically changed in the Corporate Affairs Commission records.

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