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    which preposition?

    Hi,

    could you please tell me which preposition is correct in the following sentences:

    1) Company XXX, with the registered office in/at London, 35 Oxford Street, UK

    2) Company XXX, with the registered office in/at 35 Oxford Street, London, UK

    Thanks a lot!

    Hanka

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    #2

    Re: which preposition?

    In London
    At 35 Oxford...

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    #3

    Re: which preposition?

    ((Not a teacher))

    1) Company XXX, with the registered office in London, 35 Oxford Street, UK.
    (But its better to use:- registered office in London. The address is : 35 Oxford Street, London, UK)

    2) Company XXX, with the registered office at: 35 Oxford Street, London, UK.


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    #4

    Re: which preposition?

    Where is this to be used?

    On letterheads, it is given as

    XXXXX Ltd.,
    Registered offices: [full address].


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    Re: which preposition?

    It is used in a sentence:

    The company, ABC Ltd., with the registered office in London, 35 Oxford Street, UK, is wound up with liquidation as of 1st April 2008.


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    Re: which preposition?

    Quote Originally Posted by Hanka View Post
    It is used in a sentence:

    The company, ABC Ltd., with the registered office in London, 35 Oxford Street, UK, is wound up with liquidation as of 1st April 2008.
    The company, ABC Ltd., registered office at 35 Oxford Street, London [postcode], UK, is wound up with liquidation as of 1st April 2008 OR has gone into liquidation as of 1st April 2008.

    The second option would be more usual.

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