Share Certificate

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A share certificate is a legal document issued by a company to its shareholders as evidence of ownership of shares in the company.

A share certificate serves as proof of ownership, enables shareholders to transfer or sell their shares, and facilitates participation in company decisions and dividends.

Share certificates are typically issued at the time of allotment of shares, transfer of shares, or upon request by the shareholder.

A share certificate typically includes details such as the shareholder's name, address, number of shares held, class of shares, distinctive numbers, and date of issue.

Yes, private limited companies are required to issue share certificates to shareholders as per the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013.

If your certificate is still in physical form, report the loss to the company and apply for a duplicate. Dematerialized shares cannot be lost.

Yes, dematerialized shares can be easily sold through your demat account. Physical certificates require manual transfer through an endorsement process.

The procedure involves preparing share certificates, obtaining board approval, updating company records, and delivering the share certificates to shareholders.

Yes, private limited companies can issue share certificates in electronic form (e-share certificates) as per the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013.

Non-compliance may lead to legal challenges, disputes over ownership, and difficulties in transferring or selling shares.

Yes, Avenue Advisory provides expert assistance for the issuance of share certificates, including drafting certificates, obtaining board approval, and updating company records.

Avenue Advisory ensures compliance by guiding companies through the process, preparing accurate documents, and facilitating timely issuance of share certificates to shareholders.

Dematerialized shares automatically receive dividends credited to your demat account. Physical certificates require claiming dividends through the company.

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