| Commentary

52 Registration

| Commentary

52 Registration

If the registrar is satisfied that the registration requirements of the Companies Act 2006 have been complied with, he registers the documents delivered to him1 and issues a certificate that the company is incorporated2. This certificate, which is signed by the registrar or authenticated by the registrar’s official seal3, is conclusive evidence that the registration requirements of the Companies Act 2006 have been complied with and that the company is duly registered under the Companies Act 20064.

The certificate of incorporation contains the following information5:

  1. 52.1

        the name and registered number of the company;

  2. 52.2

        the date of its

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