Modified Model Articles (Private Company Limited By Shares)
These Modified Model Articles of Association (Private Company Limited by Shares) have been developed by Simply-Docs as an alternative to the Model Articles for a private company limited by shares.
Companies can choose to adopt the Model Articles or adapt them to suit their own purposes. The intention of the model articles is to provide a simplified way for a company to run itself internally. Many of the provisions of Table A of the 1985 Act have been included but simplified or changed in order to be compliant with the Companies Act 2006. Changes have also been made to these Modified Model Articles of Association in order to clarify some provisions and also to add back in provisions from Table A that are missing from the Model Articles.
A brief summary of the principal modifications are as follows:
• Clarification of which rules on decision-making apply to sole directors;
• Directors can count as part of the quorum and vote at a board meeting on any resolutions concerning a proposed or existing transaction or arrangement in which that director has a direct or indirect interest provided that the director discloses that interest;
• Alternate directors can now be appointed;
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• The persons eligible to demand a poll at a general meeting have been restricted;
• Decisions made by a show of hands can less easily be overturned by demands for a poll; and
• The company has an obligation to indemnify and
These articles should be used in conjunction with the Guidance Notes for Modified Model Articles of Association (Private Company Limited by Shares)
This document can also be found in Starting Up, in the Company Formation Documents Subfolder, entitled Amended Model Articles of Association (Company Limited By Shares).
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