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CHAPTER 3
ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

THE articles of association is a document regulating the rights of the members of the company among themselves, and the manner in which the business of the company shall be conducted. It deals with the issue of shares, transfer of shares, alteration of the capital, borrowing powers, general meetings, voting rights, directors, their appointment and powers, dividends, accounts, audit of accounts, winding up and various other matters which will be referred to later.
A company limited by shares need not have articles. In such a case the articles contained in Table A in the Companies Act, 1948, apply. If such a company has its own articles, Table A will apply except in so far as it is not excluded or modified by the articles (s. 8).
In the case of companies registered between the lst April, 1909, and the lst November, 1929, Table A in the Companies (Consolidation) Act, 1908, applies, and to companies registered after the latter date and before the 1st July, 1948, Table A in the Companies Act, 1929, applies.
A company may (1) adopt Table A in its entirety as its articles, (2) adopt Table A subject to modifications, or (3) dispense altogether with Table A, and have its own set of articles.
Companies limited by guarantee and unlimited companies must have their own articles, Table A being inapplicable to their requirements (s. 6).
Private companies may adopt Table A, but must modify it so as to restrict the transfer of their shares and the number of their members.
Articles must (s. 9)

(1) be printed;
(2) be divided into paragraphs numbered consecutively ;
(3) bear the same stamp as if they were contained in a deed;
(4) be signed by each subscriber of the memorandum of association
in the presence of at least one witness, who must attest the signature.

Alteration of Articles.-A company can alter or add to its articles by passing a special resolution. An alteration or addition so made is

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