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CHAPTER 4
REGISTRATION OF A COMPANY

A COMPANY is formed by delivering certain documents to the Registrar of Companies, and paying certain fees and stamp duties. The documents to be delivered are:
1. The memorandum and the articles, if any (s. 12).
2. A statutory declaration by a solicitor engaged in the formation of the company or by a person named in the articles as a director or secretary of the company, of compliance with the statutory requirements (s. 15).
3. A list of the persons who have consented to become directors of the company, except when the company is a private company or has no share capital (s. 181),
The duty of the Registrar on receiving these documents is to examine them to see whether the statutory requirements have been complied with, but in exercising his duty he has no power to hold a judicial enquiry on evidence.(1) The statutory requirements to be observed are:
1. That the memorandum is signed by seven persons, or two in the case of a private company.
If the memorandum is signed by the requisite number of persons the statute is complied with, and it is not necessary that they should be independent persons. They may all be nominees of one man, or trustees for a person who holds all the remaining shares. (2) A " oneman " company is legal. It is no objection to the registration that all the signatories are foreigners resident abroad. An infant may sign the memorandum, because his contract being voidable and not void, any subsequent avoidance of the contract will not invalidate the zegistration. (3)
1 R. v. Registrar of Companies, [1914] 3 K. B. 1161.
2 Salomon v. Salomon & Co., [1897] A. C. 22.
3 In re Laxon & Co., [1892] 3 Ch. 555.

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