Share Transfer

Common Questions

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Shares transfer refers to the process of transferring ownership of shares from one shareholder to another, enabling the buyer to acquire ownership rights and responsibilities in the company.

Reasons may include selling shares for liquidity, exiting the company, restructuring ownership, fulfilling regulatory requirements, or accommodating new investors.

The procedure typically involves executing a share transfer deed, obtaining board approval, obtaining shareholder approval (if required), updating company records, and filing necessary forms with the RoC.

Yes, shares can be transferred freely, subject to any restrictions mentioned in the Articles of Association (AOA) of the company and compliance with legal requirements.

Yes, restrictions may include pre-emption rights, lock-in periods, approval requirements, and compliance with Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) regulations, if applicable.

You may have legal recourse if the company's refusal is not based on valid grounds. Consult with a corporate lawyer for guidance on specific circumstances.

Documents such as share transfer deed, share certificate(s), board resolution, Form SH-4, and necessary forms for filing with the RoC are required.

The process must be completed within a specified timeline, as per the requirements of the Companies Act, 2013, and any applicable regulations.

Non-compliance may lead to disputes, legal challenges, rejection of transfer by the company, or penalties imposed by regulatory authorities.

Yes, Avenue Advisory provides expert assistance for transferring shares, including drafting of transfer deeds, preparation of documents, filing with the RoC, and compliance monitoring.

Avenue Advisory ensures compliance with the shares transfer procedure by guiding clients through the process, preparing accurate documents, and liaising with the RoC for timely approvals.

Absolutely! CAA offers comprehensive support, from drafting the Share Transfer Deed and Board Resolution to filing forms with the ROC, managing company communication, and guiding on potential tax implications.

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