Allotment of shares and debentures - mergers and winding up, Business Law and Ethics

Allotment of shares and debentures - mergers and winding up:

When the scheme is before the court for final approval a minority may object on any of the various grounds indicated above ie. that a s.207 procedure is inappropriate or has not been correctly observed, or that approval has not been obtained in a proper way or that the court in its discretion should reject the scheme since it would be unfair.

 If the court approves the scheme and makes an order providing for any of the following under s.209(1):-

(a)     the transfer of the whole or part of the undertaking and property or liabilities to the "new" company;

(b)     the allotment of shares and debentures etc. in that company without winding up;

(c)     the continuation of any legal proceedings;

(d)    the dissolution of the old company without winding up;

(e)     provision for dissentients;

(f)      such incidental and consequential matters necessary to secure the scheme to be effective;

An official  copy of the order must be delivered to the registrar.

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