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How do I reprint a share certificate?

All companies are required to keep a register of certificated shares (also known as a “share register”). At any time, there may only be one original signed share certificate, and this must be kept in a safe place. Despite best intentions, however, share certificates do get misplaced, lost, or stolen, and reprinting original share certificates […]

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COMPANY SHAREHOLDERS SHARES

How to transfer shares

Transferring shares is the process of moving allotted (“issued”) shares from one shareholder to another. With InfoDocs, your shareholder records are held digitally which simplifies the process of making shareholder changes and populating the corresponding records.

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How to allot new shares

Creating shareholder records manually is a detailed and time-consuming process. InfoDocs can help you to create your shareholder records from scratch in just 5 mins. Log in to your InfoDocs account here. If you don’t already have an account, register for a free trial. Step 1: Select the company on your portfolio, to start creating their shareholder records […]

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How to combine share certificates

When companies undergo share consolidation, it’s common to have share certificates recalled and new ones re-issued. Consolidating share certificates save costs when shares dematerialise and provides added convenience in the physical holding of shares, and in efficiently monitoring client shareholding. With InfoDocs, a share certificate consolidation is an easy, process, but the transaction needs to […]

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SHAREHOLDERS SHARES

How to create a share certificate

Once you have registered your company with the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (“CIPC”), InfoDocs can help you to create your shareholder records in just 10 mins. Log in to your InfoDocs account here. If you don’t already have an account, register for a free trial. Add Company Step 1: When you have successfully logged […]

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Companies Act Series – Part 3

Part 3: Shareholders’ Meetings Written by Dommisse Attorneys on 2nd December 2015 In order for a company to achieve its objectives, it must make decisions about its day-to-day operations, as well as its long-term goals and business aspirations. So, you may ask, how does one practically give effect to this? And between the shareholders and […]

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COMPANY DIRECTORS SHAREHOLDERS SHARES

How to view your company records

The Companies Act 71 of 2008 (as amended) requires all companies to maintain certain company records for a period of seven years. Log in to your InfoDocs account here. If you don’t already have an account, register for a free trial. Step 1: Select the company whose records you would like to view and from Company Dashboard select […]

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The Ins and Outs of Issuing Shares to Employees

Log in to your InfoDocs account here. If you don’t already have an account, register for a free trial. By Dommisse Attorneys on 29th June 2016 We are frequently asked to advise clients on the best way to incentivise their existing and future employees. This is an important consideration for any company (and particularly start-ups) who wish to, […]

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SHAREHOLDERS SHARES

How to create a shareholder

Creating shareholder records manually is a detailed and time-consuming process. InfoDocs can help you to create your shareholder records from scratch in just 5 mins. Log in to your InfoDocs account here. If you don’t already have an account, register for a free trial. Step 1: Select the company on your portfolio, to start creating […]

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SHAREHOLDERS SHARES

How to record a share re-organisation

InfoDocs offers four share re-organisation transactions that are easily completed on the app: Changing Authorised Shares, Re-classifying or Converting Shares, Redeeming Shares, and Share buy-backs. All of these can be found in the Share Classes tab, under Actions, and by clicking on Share Reorganisations. Below is an outline of each of the four transactions and […]