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Statutory registers

The Companies Act 2006 contains provisions relating to particular registers which should be established and maintained by companies. This eBook considers these provisions and guides companies through the establishment and maintenance of statutory registers.

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Statutory registers

Emma de Ronde
ICSA Publishing Ltd, 2013

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Part A: General provisions relating to statutory registers

Part A considers the general provisions in the CA 2006 and supporting legislation which relate to statutory registers.

Part B: Specific statutory registers

Part B considers the particular provisions which apply to individual statutory registers. It covers the following registers:

1. Register of members

2. Register of directors

3. Register of secretaries

4. Register of charges

5. Register of debenture holders

6. Register of interests disclosed

7. Overseas branch register

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