Memorandum and Articles of Association
When a new company registration is submitted to Companies House the Memorandum and Articles of Association of the company will be sent as part of the application. The Memorandum and Articles are the rule book of the company. They lay out the rules for voting on things like getting rid of company directors and who can get a dividend from the shares. The Memorandum and Articles can also be customised to give the company a specific purpose but this is only normally done with non-profit companies.
The vast majority of limited companies that get setup in the UK use model Memorandum and Articles. These are the standard rules for limited companies and will always be accepted by Companies House. When your company has been registered Companies House will send you back a copy of your Memorandum and Articles, showing that they have been accepted.