1 edition of Companies Act 1981 found in the catalog.
Companies Act 1981
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COMPANIES ACT Objects and powers of a company. Subject to any provision of law, including a provision in this or any other Act, and any provision in its memorandum— the objects of a company are unrestricted; and a company has the capacity, rights, powers and privileges of a natural person.
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COMPANIES ACT in the case of a company limited by shares or a company limited by guarantee, subject to section 9, does not contain the word “Limited”; or in the case of an unlimited liability company ends with the word “Limited”.
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Act No. 89 of as made. An Act to make provision for the government of the Australian Capital Territory in relation to the formation of companies, the regulation of companies formed in that Territory, the registration in that Territory of certain other bodies and certain other matters.
The Companies Actwhich received royal assent on October 30, introduces important changes to British company law. The Act, which was known as the Companies (No 2) Bill during its passage through Parliament, includes provisions to: (i) implement the European Cornmunity Fourth Directive on.
3 Subject to the provisions of Part III of the Companies Actany shares, may, with the sanction of an ordinary resolution, be issued on the terms that they are, or at the option of the company are liable, to be redeemed on such terms and in such manner as the company before the issue of the shares may by special resolution determine.
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Nov 24, · (c) The Companies Act was amended by Part XIX (sections ) only of the Statute Law (Miscellaneous Amendments) Act (No. 2)subsection 2 (4) of which provides as follows: " (4) Parts XII and XIX shall come into operation on such respective dates as are fixed by Proclamation." (d).
Different provisions of the Companies (Amendment) Act, including any amendments, references in any provisions there in, shall come into force on such date or dates as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette appoints.
COMPANIES ACT TABLE OF PROVISIONS erum-c.com title. erum-c.comcement erum-c.coms and application erum-c.com erum-c.comretation erum-c.comnces to affairs of a corporation erum-c.comiaries, holding companies and related corporations erum-c.comnt interests in shares erum-c.comated persons Interpretation Commission may inspect books without charge Get this from a library.
The Companies Act handbook. [Alan Hardcastle; Michael Renshall; Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.;]. Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. In 2 libraries. iii, p. Great Britain. Companies Act Stock companies -- Great Britain.
Company law -- Great Britain. Corporation law -- Great Britain. Changes to legislation: Companies Act is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 14 February There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date.
THE COMPANIES ACT PURSUANT TO SECTION WHEREAS: The Registrar of Companies has reason to believe that the companies specified in the Schedule hereto are not carrying on business or are not in operation.
Construction of references in other Acts to subsidiary companies as defined by, and companies registered under, the Companies Act, Effect of provisions of former Companies Acts as to registration of charges on land and keeping books of account.
The Companies Acts to was the collective title of the Companies ActParts I and III of the Companies Actthe Companies (Floating Charges and Receivers) (Scotland) Actsection 9 of the European Communities Actsections 1 to 4 of the Stock Exchange (Completion of Bargains) Actsection 9 of the Insolvency Actthe Companies Actand the.
Companies Actincluding related statutes, statutory instruments, rules and statutory appointments, incorporating all amendments to date. Non -application of Act to certain institutions. Application of Act to existing companies and savings. Registrar and offices for registration of companies.
PART II. I NCORPORATION OF C OMPANIES AND M ATTERS I NCIDENTAL T HERETO. Prohibition of Partnership Exceeding Twenty M embers. Prohibition of association or partnership. Companies Act made by Schedule 9 to the Land Title Registration Actin force 2 Julythe Government Fees Amendment Regulations and the Companies and Partnership (Fees) Act in force 1 Aprilsection 6 of the Companies and Partnership (Fees) Act is .Aug 16, · Having been shown no cause to the contrary by the companies listed below within the period of sixty days of the Notice published on 27 th May the Registrar of Companies by virtue of the powers vested in him under section (5) of the Companies Act has struck the names of the following companies off the Register.CAREC First Capital Market Regulator’s Forum.
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