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The law guiding the company formation in Nigeria is the Companies And Allied Matters Act, (CAMA) Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (2004). The Act is the guidelines for the formation of any type of company in Nigeria and other ancillary matters.
Unlike the United States of America where each state has its own company registry and can individually register companies, the company registration in Nigeria is central and a company can only be registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) only.
The procedure for foreign-owned company registration in Nigeria is almost the same as the procedure for local company registration.
However, every company with foreign participation in Nigeria must be capitalized with a minimum of N10 Million share capital as required by the law.
The first step to register a company in Nigeria is called the name availability search. At this stage, you want to find out if the name which you want to register your company with is available and not already in use.
There are so many reasons you need to register your website. But the most important are listed below
It gives you a unique identity (and protects it too).
It protects you from personal liability.
It makes you look serious and attracts more customers.
It’s easier to get bank credit and investment from investors.
It’s important for continuity's sake.