Share transfer form: private company
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About this document
This document creates a transfer, sale or purchase of shares in a private Australian company. To effect the legal transfer of shares in an Australian company listed on the stock market, you will need a stock broker.
This share transfer form is suitable for anyone wishing to record the details of a share transfer with the company secretary of other registrar of the shares of a company.
When you buy this document, we deliver two versions, with detailed but simple explanatory notes.
Version 1: Transfer form for non-market transactions
This version is in the time honoured form which will be recognised and accepted by even the most venerable and bureaucratic registrars of companies.
Version 2: Net Lawman version
This form also contains all the information necessary for a valid transfer. However it is in simple form and plain English.
You need ONLY one of them! The notes make clear exactly when we recommend each to you.
Application and features
- Suitable for any sale, purchase or transfer of shares in an Australian private company;
- Not suitable for Australian companies listed on the stock market;
- Two forms – you choose which is best for you using our explanatory notes;
- Helpful guidance notes at every stage.
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Australian law.
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