Register of directors shareholdings, Business Law and Ethics

Register of Directors' Shareholdings:

Section 196(1) requires every company to keep a register showing the number, description and amount of any shares or debentures which are held by or in trust for the director, or of which he has any right to become the holder (whether on payment or not) in-

(a)   the company; or

(b)   the company's subsidiary or holding company; or

(c)    a subsidiary of the company's holding company.

The register shall be stayed at the company's registered office and shall be open to the inspection of any member or debenture holder during business hours during the period beginning 14 days before the date of the company's annual general meeting and ending three days after the conclusion of the meeting (a day which is a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday being disregarded in computing the fourteen days).

Posted Date: 1/12/2013 5:01:36 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Register of directors shareholdings, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Register of directors shareholdings, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Register of directors shareholdings Discussions

Write discussion on Register of directors shareholdings
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Reconstruction Under S.280: The essential features of this type of reconstruction have been described at 8.2.1(b).  It is subject to several disadvantages and is little used.

Stare Decisis and Its Application by US Courts However there is so far no case decided through the US Court of Appeal regarding the application of "stare Decisis" through US C

Determine the concept of credibility Let us make it clear that credibility of a policy and that of a policy maker are two different things. Institutional constraints may make a

The United States form of government is often described as a "Constitutional Democracy ". The existence and importance of a written Constitution is a major difference between the A

Direct Deliveries Limited (DDL). which is a company that specialises in selling a variety of goods to small independent retailers has grown quickly in the last three years.

QUESTION 1 Outline the history of Labour Laws in Mauritius QUESTION 2 a) In what circumstances can an employer raise the defence of abandonment of work? b) Section 1

Summary of the international humanitarian laws The main objectives/summary of the international humanitarian laws can be divided into a few parts which are as follows: D

Normal 0 false false false EN-IN X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4

Jevin has operated a business as a sole trader for a number of years. Now, he is being advised by friends that he should consider registering as a company in order to gain the bene

Liability of auditors: It would cover any act of negligence - any actionable wrong by an officer of a company which did not involve any misapplication of the assets of the com