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Is a company required to issue a new or replacement share certificate to a corporate shareholder whose name has changed?

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Published on LexisPSL on 20/10/2014

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  • Is a company required to issue a new or replacement share certificate to a corporate shareholder whose name has changed?

Is a company required to issue a new or replacement share certificate to a corporate shareholder whose name has changed?

Generally, a company is required under the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) to issue a share certificate:

  1. within 2 months after the allotment of shares, and

  2. within 2 months after a transfer of shares is lodged with the company

unless the conditions of issue of the shares provides otherwise.

A company is not required under the CA 2006 to issue a new or duplicate share certificate to a corporate shareholder who has changed its name. The company’s articles of association should however

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