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- February 10, 2023 at 4:47 pm #678704
Sir like every special resolution’s signed copy must be submitted to registrar
Are their any ordinary resolution copy that needs to be submitted to registrar?
If any kindly name 2 to 3 important for f4 examFebruary 10, 2023 at 6:47 pm #678705
A copy of any ordinary resolution that requires special notice needs to be sent to the Registrar – so you have 5 there!
You’re not going to be asked a question in the exam that requires you to cite x number of ordinary resolutions that need to be copied to the Registrar
NB The Exam F4 no longer exists.. 🙂
Before you get too excited, it has been renamed and is now the Law exam.
OKFebruary 11, 2023 at 3:13 am #678744
Removal of directors
Removal of auditorFebruary 11, 2023 at 8:24 am #678749
You have two right away!
appoint an auditor to fill a casual vacancy
confirm in appointment an auditor that was appointed in the mid-term to fill a casual vacancy
appoint an auditor other than the retiring auditor
But, of course, there are others such as a resolution to appoint a new director as well as every written resolution passed by the members of a privare company
As I said in my previous post, you’re never going to be asked this!
Check out this link if you feel the need for more resolutions that need to be copied to the Registrar
OK?February 11, 2023 at 10:34 am #678753
Thank you very much sir!!!!!
Sir kaplan textbook states that
Any contributory who petitions for compulsory winding up must prove that the company is solvent
Also if a company is insolvent then contributory is not entitled to petition
Is it true??February 11, 2023 at 1:48 pm #678761
Yes! It seems a bit perverse that a member / members should want to put their solvent company into voluntary liquidation! I mean … WHY!!!!
But there are reasons.
Check this link – it’s a(n relatively) easy read
OK?February 11, 2023 at 2:52 pm #678762
Thanks sirFebruary 11, 2023 at 4:15 pm #678767
You’re very welcome 🙂
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