Yes. A company needs to issue share certificates after the new company is formed. Companies House Act 2006 requires this in Section 769. For example, after you form a company with MachFast.com you have two months to issue share certificates for your company (even if you just have one shareholder).
The Indian Companies Act mandates companies for issuing share certificates post their incorporation.
“Can I sell shares without a certificate?” is a question many shareholders end up asking themselves. The answer is no because the certificate needs to be endorsed to be sold, but you can get your paper certificate reissued.
Requirements concerning Share Certificates
The share certificate must be signed by two persons authorized by the board of directors, one of which is typically the company secretary, who normally issue the share certificates on behalf of the company.
After your initial registration, company share certificates must be issued to shareholders within two months – this is usually done as part of the first board meeting. A company must thereafter, within two months of allotting shares, issue the share certificate representing those shares.
As per rule 5 of the Companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules, 2014, every company having share capital, share certificate can only be issued in pursuance of a resolution passed by the Board i.e. under the express authority of the Board for issue of share certificate and on surrender to the company of the letter …
Ways to Prove Share Ownership
Share Certificates – As internal company documents share certificates are generally accepted by UK banks as proof of a shareholding in a company.
These rules provide that: (i) A share certificate can be issued only under the authority of a resolution of the Board of Directors. (ii) Every certificate shall specify the name(s) of person(s) in whose favour the certificate is issued, the shares to which it relates and the amount paid up thereon.
Name of company – Publication of – Whether share certificate is an official publication within the meaning of clause (c) … ompany specifying any shares held by any member shall be prima facie evidence of the title of the member to such shares.
Another way to check on a share certificate’s validity is to contact the company registrars whose name should be written on the certificate. Companies use registrars to keep a record of who owns their shares.
Procedure of Right Issue of Equity Share
- Send Notice of Board Meeting in writing to every director at his address registered with the company by hand delivery or by post or by electronic means. …
- Pass the Resolution in Board Meeting for Right issue.