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CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 2A - REGISTERING A COMPANY  

PART 2A.2 - HOW A COMPANY IS REGISTERED  

SECTION 118  ASIC GIVES COMPANY ACN, REGISTERS COMPANY AND ISSUES CERTIFICATE  

Registration

118(1)  

If an application is lodged under section 117, ASIC may:


(a) give the company an ACN; and


(b) register the company; and


(c) issue a certificate that states:


(i) the company's name; and

(ii) the company's ACN; and

(iii) the company's type; and

(iv) that the company is registered as a company under this Act; and

(v) the State or Territory in this jurisdiction in which the company is taken to be registered; and

(vi) the date of registration.

Note: For the evidentiary value of a certificate of registration, see subsection 1274(7A).

ASIC must keep record of registration

118(2)  

ASIC must keep a record of the registration. Subsections 1274(2) and (5) apply to the record as if it were a document lodged with ASIC.

 



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