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Constitution Update

How do I order an Update to a Company Constitution?

Simply fill in our form below. We will review all of your details and contact you with any questions. We will personally prepare your documents. You will receive your documents via email or express post.

  • DIY Print: $253* (including GST)
  • Hard Copy: $297* (including GST)

*Prices do not include any ASIC fees or stamp duty that may be payable.

Q & A ??? Constitution Update

??The questions and answers below are for information purposes only and are not advice. You should arrange your own legal, accounting, financial and other advice.

Why would a company update their Constitution?

Over recent years there have been many changes to company law that make it easier to administer Proprietary Limited companies. However, if a company???s constitution requires things to be done in a certain way, they must be done that way even if the law no longer requires it. Some company???s constitutions have been around for a long time and have become outdated.

Our Proprietary Limited Company constitution is up to date with the law, is easy to read and understand.

We provide you with all documents necessary for your Company to adopt an up to date constitution.

As part of our product, when you update your Company???s constitution we will also prepare all documents for:

  • Changes in officeholders (if any);
  • Share transfers (if any); and
  • We include the ASIC form 484 to advise ASIC of those changes.

Document Shop Delivery Options?

* Prices are GST inclusive and do not include any ASIC fees or stamp duty that may be payable.??

DIY Print - $253

We will deliver all documents to you via e-mail.

Hard copy - $297

We will print, bind and deliver all documents to you in a binder via express post.???? ????????

What do I get if I order a Constitution Update?

You will receive:
  • New Constitution
  • Circulating Resolution of Directors (resolving to put the resolution to adopt a new constitution to the Members)
  • Circulating Resolution of Members (adopting constitution)
  • Circulating Resolution of Directors (noting change to constitution)
  • Resignation notices for resigning officeholders (if any)
  • Consents to act as officeholders (if any)
  • Share transfer forms (if any)
  • New share certificates (if any)
  • Applications for shares (if any)
  • ASIC form 484 (if required)
  • Resolutions for the above changes (if any)
  • Minutes of meetings of Directors and Members?? rather than Circulating Resolutions if you prefer

    We will electronically lodge the ASIC Form 484 (if any) for you.

Disclaimer

You should not rely solely on the information in these questions and answers because they are of a general nature only and the tax and commercial laws apply differently to different people and circumstances. Also as the law changes constantly, there may have been changes to the law since these questions and answers were written. None of the information is intended to be legal, accounting, financial or other advice. You must not act on the information. You must seek your own legal, accounting, financial and other advice.
Document Shop Pty Ltd and it???s directors, officers, employees, agents, consultants and the author of these questions and answers expressly disclaim any and all liability to any person or entity for the consequence of anything done or omitted to be done by any such person or entity relying on a part or all of the contents of these questions and answers.

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Contact us


Phone: 1300 667 817

info@documentshop.com.au

PO Box 47 Highgate SA 5063