Share certificate template
Share certificate for shares in a private limited company
Does a company have to issue share certificates?
A shareholder is entitled to receive from the company an original share certificate for the shares held, whether the shares were acquired following an allotment or a transfer of shares.
A share certificate is prima facie evidence of the shareholder’s title to the shares.
About this document
This share certificate contains details of a number of matters, including:
- share certificate number
- company’s name, registered number and registered office address
- shareholder’s name and address
- class and number of shares held
- whether shares are fully-paid
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