Non-statutory registers definition

What does Non-statutory registers mean?

Companies are required by the CA 2006 to keep a number of statutory registers. There are also other registers that are commonly kept by a company although they are not required by statute, such as a register of applications and allotments, a register of transfers, and a register of debenture holders.

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