Jordans Company Secretarial Precedents 7th ed
Published: March 2013
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback, A4 & CD-ROM
Price: Out of print
Jordans Company Secretarial Precedents is an essential reference guide for all professionals carrying out company administration work.
It contains hundreds of precedents and forms dealing with every aspect of company administration from registration to striking off. Each form and precedent is accompanied by concise details of when and how it should be used, as it relates to both private and unlisted public companies.
This seventh edition has been updated to reflect practical and legal changes in company administration, including:-
- Updated forms covering the extended audit exemption provisions introduced in October 2012.
- A new chapter covering the procedures for correction of incorrect data recorded on the public record at Companies House.
- Share capital - a new section addressing the re-designation of share classes (where one share class is re-designated into a different class).
- Updated details of the widened online filing options now available to companies via Companies House free Webfiling service.
- Charities and Community Interest Companies - updated to include recent charity law changes (including the consolidation of charity law in England and Wales in the Charities Act 2011 and the implementation to date of the Charities (Northern Ireland) Act 2008) and reflects the practical impact of “community benefit” reporting obligations for CICs.
- Statutory registers - additional material has been included regarding the format of registers, the secretary’s responsibilities and the authorisation of register entries.
- Striking off, dissolution and restoration of companies – includes additional comments on the practicalities and procedures involved in a voluntary striking off; new commentary on compulsory striking off by the Registrar of Companies; additional details about the various forms of company restorations, in particular the conditions and procedures for administrative restoration.
In addition, annotations provide cross-references to relevant legislative provisions throughout the book. The right precedent to use or adapt is not only easy to find but offers the reassurance that it has been drafted and used by practising corporate administration and company secretarial experts. All of the precedents and forms are included on the accompanying CD-ROM, allowing you to adapt them quickly to suit your own requirements.