CADO - Companies and Deeds Online

   Companies and Deeds Online - CADO

 Welcome to Companies and Deeds Online (CADO) 

This application provides the general public greater accessibility to some of the services provided by the Registry of Companies and Deeds.

Services provided through this application include:

  • The ability to search for Companies, Condominiums, Co-operatives, Deeds, Mechanics Liens, and Lobbyists information.
  • The filing of Articles of Incorporation for Local Companies.
  • The filing of annual returns, changes to directors for local companies, changes to mailing addresses and changes to registered office addresses.
  • The reserving of names and the ability to search previously reserved names.
  • The ability to order/print Certificates of Good Standing.
  • Filing outstanding annual returns.
Note: Services requiring payment by credit card can be made by Visa or Mastercard.

To continue, please click on one of the following links:

  • Important Print and Navigation Instructions
  • Registry of Deeds
  • Registry of Companies Search & Online Services
  • Registry of Condominiums
  • Registry of Co-operatives
  • Mechanics Liens Registry
  • Registry of Lobbyists

  • Licensed / Authorized Users
    If you have registered as a Licensed or Authorized User, please click the following link to log into the site.
  • User Login
  • How to become a Licensed User
  • How to become an Authorized User

    This service is provided by the Commercial Registrations Division, Service NL, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

  • Note:

    • Pop up windows must be enabled to use this site. Please ensure that any pop up blocker installed for your web browser allows pop ups for this site.
    • Due to recent upgrades to the Government Electronic Payment system all users must ensure that a setting in their browser security (TLS version 1.2) is enabled in order to complete a payment. Please refer to browser specific documentation for details on how to enable TLS 1.2. The latest version of most web browsers have this setting enabled by default. It is also important to ensure that all Windows updates are current.

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