Backdating share

This protects the interests of existing members by ensuring that they agree to the rights of the preference shares.

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Backdating share

Shares held by a person as trustee, nominee or on account of another person are non-beneficially held (i.e.

the member holds the share for the benefit of someone else).

Where shares are issued for non-cash consideration under contract that is not in writing, or some other reason, public companies must lodge the Notification of details of shares issued other than for cash (Form 208) with the Change to company details.

A company must also lodge a Change to company details when: The Corporations Act 2001 does not have a definition of ‘beneficial holding’; but it usually means that the owner of the shares receives direct benefits from the shares.

The register must have information about the company's members (or shareholders) and the number of shares in the company.

The register must also show if the member has any shares that are not beneficially held.But how does that relate to hiring prostitutes and drugging customers without their knowledge?Said another way, do the feds really need to dig that deep to find enough rope to hang executives with?Beneficially held means that the owner of the shares gets the direct benefit from the shares.For example, benefits could include dividend payments.If the company has more than 20 members you must tell us of changes affecting the top 20 members in each class of share.

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