Direct debit

On this page you will find the company’s address and the procedures for registering the company.

Company address in Tours

A company’s registered office allows a company to be registered at a specific address.

Indeed, when a company is created, it is compulsory to indicate the address of the company, usually referred to as the registered office.

In some cases, it is not possible to have an authorised address (home, other country, ….), so a domiciliation service makes it possible to geo-locate and register your company in order to obtain a KBIS and Siret at another physical address. The registered office necessarily refers to a physical address (post office boxes are excluded), even if the company does not actually carry out any activity there. Under French law, the concepts of registered office and place of business are different, although they may correspond to the same address.

The domiciliation of a company also offers an advantage in terms of not disclosing one’s personal address in the case of a company with no premises, or in terms of using a postal address that is better valued. Registered office domiciliation allows you to have a permanent business address, the aim of which is to develop the image and strengthen the credibility of the company, particularly at the start of its activity.

église place michelet à tours 37

Company domiciliation

Business domiciliation service based at our business address in Tours centre.

Register your company with us to obtain a Siret and register your company.


At Up2You Tours, we offer a standard company domiciliation service at 30 € excl. tax/month.

In order to establish the company domiciliation contract, it is necessary to provide various documents:

  • identity document
  • contact details (telephone and email)
  • KBIS.

The setting up of the direct debit contract is quick, it usually takes less than a day.

You will obtain a postal address domiciled with Up2You with the possibility of indicating this address in all your legal documents (statutes, invoices, contracts, etc.).

Up2You is a domiciliation company approved by the Indre-et-Loire prefecture under the number

Approval number : 37-2023-01.​

Optionally, we can offer you other services such as mail forwarding, scanning and emailing.

What is a direct debit contract in practice?

First of all, it is a written contract concluded between the two parties and governed by French law. It includes the identity of the two parties with the legal information that makes them up. The direct debit contract must have a minimum legal duration of 3 months; tacitly renewed. It also provides for the terms and conditions of termination.

What are the obligations of the parties?

When signing the contract, both parties commit themselves to certain obligations.

  1. Obligations of the domiciliation company

In order for this contract to be legal, the domiciliation company must hold an agreement issued by the Prefecture.

Draw up a file for each company domiciled with a certain number of elements

Have a file for each company domiciled.

Notify the commercial court clerk’s office of any changes concerning the domiciliation (expiry of the contract, absence, bailiff, etc.)

  1. Obligation of the domiciled company

In the same way, in return, the direct debit company must fulfil certain obligations:

Full payment of the direct debit invoice

Compliance with the general conditions written in the contract.

The domiciled company must of course declare the domiciliation contract to the court clerk’s office or the trade and company registry.

Notify the registry of any changes relating to its activity, particularly the cessation or change of address.

Finally, the domiciled company is obliged to respect the contract for which it was concluded, i.e. the exclusive use as the company’s registered office or branch office.

The termination of the contract must be done by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt with a notice period of 1 month. The termination will necessarily entail the change of address of the company (unless it is closed or ceased).