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11. If the registrar is satisfied that the requirements of this Part as to registration are complied with, the registrar shall register the documents delivered to him.
12.—(1) On the registration of a company, the registrar shall give a certificate that the company is incorporated.
(2) The certificate must state—
(a)the name and registered number of the company,
(b)the date of its incorporation,
(c)whether it is a limited or unlimited company, and if it is limited whether it is limited by shares or limited by guarantee,
(d)whether it is a private or a public company, and
(e)whether the company’s registered office is situated in England and Wales (or in Wales), in Scotland or in Northern Ireland.
(3) The certificate must be signed by the registrar or authenticated by the registrar’s official seal.
(4) The certificate is conclusive evidence that the requirements of this Part as to registration have been complied with and that the company is duly registered under the Companies Act 2006.
(5) Section 1064 of that Act (public notice of certificate of incorporation) applies to a certificate of incorporation issued under this regulation.
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