Requirements for registration by joint stock companiesN.I.
633.—(1) Before the registration under Article 629 of a joint stock company, there shall be delivered to the registrar the following documents—
(a)a statement in the prescribed form specifying the name with which the company is proposed to be registered;
(b)a list in the prescribed form showing the names and addresses of all persons who on a day named in the list[F1 not more than 28 clear days before the day of registration] were members of the company, with the addition of the shares or stock held by them respectively (distinguishing in cases, where the shares are numbered, each share by its number), and
(c)a copy of any statutory provision, royal charter, letters patent, deed of settlement, contract of copartnery, or other instrument constituting or regulating the company.
(2) If the company is intended to be registered as a limited company, there shall also be delivered to the registrar a statement in the prescribed form specifying the following particulars—
(a)the nominal share capital of the company and the number of shares into which it is divided, or the amount of stock of which it consists, and
(b)the number of shares taken and the amount paid on each share.
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