Memorandums of Association
A Memorandum of Association must be filed in order to incorporate a new company. It is a statement that the initial subscribers wish to form a company under the Companies Act 2006, have agreed to become members and, in the case of a company that is to have a share capital, to take at least one share each. The memorandum does not contain any constitutional rules of the company and once the company has been incorporated, it cannot be amended.
The Memorandum of Association subfolder contains four template Memorandum of Association to cover requirements for public and private companies, including those limited by shares and those limited by guarantee as well as for a charitable company.
- Memorandum Private Company Limited By Shares
- Memorandum For Private Company Limited By Guarantee
- Memorandum - Public Company Limited By Shares
- Memorandum - Charity Company Limited By Guarantee
Memorandum of Association – Post-October 2009 is part of the Corporate folder. Access all Corporate documents for £35+VAT.