The Companies Act 2006 makes provision for the contractual formalities to be observed by companies1. A contract may be made on behalf of a company by a person acting under its authority, express or implied2. Any formalities required by law in the case of a contract made by an individual also apply, unless a contrary intention appears, to a contract made by or on behalf of a company3.
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