Every registered company should deliver a properly completed and signed annual return together with the correct annual registration fee within the prescribed time period with the Companies Registry. i.e. The company should deliver its annual return in Form NAR1 within 42 days after the anniversary date (Note).
A substantially higher registration fee will be payable for the late delivery of an annual return.
Companies which fail to comply with their reporting obligations in delivering annual returns and other statutory returns under the Companies Ordinance are liable to prosecution and, if convicted, default fines.
If the 42nd day falls on a Sunday, a public holiday, a gale warning day or black rainstorm warning day, the deadline for delivering annual return will be extended to the following day.
Source: Companies Registry