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Companies (Consolidation) Act 1908

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114Notice of every general meeting shall be given in some manner hereinbefore authorised to (a) every member of the company (including bearers of share warrants) except those members who (having no registered address within the United Kingdom) have not supplied to the company an address within the United Kingdom for the giving of notices to them, and also to (b) every person entitled to a share in consequence of the death or bankruptcy of a member, who, but for his death or bankruptcy, would be entitled to receive notice of the meeting. No other persons shall be entitled to receive notices of general meetings. TABLE B Table of Fees to be paid to the Registrar of Companies I.—By a company having a share capital.

For registration of a company whose nominal share capital does not exceed 2,000l.£s.d.
200
For registration of a company whose nominal share capital exceeds 2,000l the following fees, regulated according to the050
amount of nominal share capital (that is to say) ;£s.d.
For every 1,000l. of nominal share capital, or part of 1,000l up to 5,000l.100
For every 1,000l. of nominal share capital, or part of 1,000l after the first 5,000l up to 100,000l050
For every 1,000l. of nominal share capital, or part of 1,000l after the first 100,000l.010

For registration of any increase of share capital made after the first registration of the company, the same fees per 1,000l or part of a 1,000l as would have been payable if the increased share capital had formed part of the original share capital at the time of registration :

Provided that no company shall be liable to pay in respect of nominal share capital, on registration or afterwards, any-greater amount of fees than 50l taking into account in the case of fees payable on an increase of share capital after registration the fees paid on registration.

For registration of any existing company, except such companies as are by this Act exempted from payment of fees in respect of registration under this Act, the same fee as is charged for registering a new company.

For registering any document by this Act required or authorised to be registered, other than the memorandum or the abstract required to be tiled with the registrar by a receiver or manager or the statement required to be sent to the registrar by the liquidator in a winding up in England

For making a record of any fact by this Act required or authorised to be recorded by the registrar050

II.—By a company not having a share capital.

For registration of a company whose number of members, as stated in the articles, does not exceed 20£s.d.
200
For registration of a company whose number of members, as stated in the articles, exceeds 20, but does not exceed 100500

For registration of a company whose number of members, as stated in the articles, exceeds 100, but is not stated to be unlimited, the above fee of 5l with an additional 5s. for every 50 members or less number than 50 members after the first 100.

For registration of a company in which the number of members is stated in the articles to be unlimited

2000
For registration of any increase on the number of members made after the registration of the company in respect of every 50 members, or less than 50 members, of that increase050

Provided that no company shall be liable to pay on the whole a greater fee than 20l in respect of its number of members, taking into account the fee paid on the first registration of the company.

For registration of any existing company, except such companies as are by this Act exempted from payment of fees in respect of registration under this Act, the same fee as is charged for registering a new company'.

For registering any document by this Act required or authorised to be registered, other than the memorandum or the abstract required to be filed with the registrar by a receiver or manager or the statement required to be sent to the registrar by the liquidator in a winding-up in England

£s.d.
050
For making a record of any fact by this Act required or authorised to be recorded by the registrar -050

FORM C. Form of Statement to be published by Banking and Insurance Companies, and Deposit, Provident, or Benefit Societies.(1)The share capital of the company is , divided into ____________ shares of each. The number of shares issued is Calls to the amount of ___________________ pounds per share have been made, under which the sum of pounds has been received. The liabilities of the company on the first day of January (or July) were—

Debts owing to sundry persons by the company. On judgment, £ ____ On specialty, £ ____ On notes or bills, £ ____ On simple contracts, £ ____ On estimated liabilities, £____ The assets of the company on that day were—

Government securities [stating them] Bills of exchange and promissory notes, £ Cash at the bankers, £ Other securities, £

(1)

If the company has no share capital the portion of the statement relating to capital and shares must be omitted.

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