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Certificate of incorporation on re-registration definition

What does Certificate of incorporation on re-registration mean?

In the case of re-registration of a company, a certificate of incorporation will be issued to reflect the company's re-registered status. Upon the issue of the certificate, the company becomes re-registered and the associated changes to the company's name and articles take effect. The certificate is conclusive evidence that the requirements of the CA 2006 as to re-registration have been complied with. The company's previous incorporation certificates should be retained as evidence of the company's historical identity and status.

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