Articles Of Association - Public Company Limited By Shares
The Articles of Association - Public Company Limited by Shares are
compliant with the Companies Act 2006.
Articles of Association are rules governing the internal affairs of a
company. All registered companies must have articles of association.
Unless a company creates its own articles excluding or amending the model
articles, then the new model articles for that type of company will apply
by default. However, companies are free to adopt, vary or exclude some or
all of the model articles, subject to the provisions of the Companies Act
2006. In the case of existing companies, in so far as their articles are
inconsistent with the CA 2006, the requirements of the CA 2006 will
override those articles.
Articles of Association may be changed by the shareholders passing a
special resolution in a general meeting. Any such change must be notified
to the Companies Registry.
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