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CHAPTER 4
REGISTRATION OF A COMPANY

2. That the proposed company is formed for a lawful purpose.
If the company is formed for a purpose prohibited by law, e.g., to act as auditor of companies (s. 161), or for the sale of tickets in a lottery, 4 the Registrar will decline to register it.
3. That the memorandum and articles do not infringe the provisions of the Act.
Apart from the question of the lawfulness of the company's objects, the Registrar's only duty as to the memorandum and articles is to see that they are in the statutory form. It has been suggested 5 that he has a duty to refuse registration if the objects stated are so wide and numerous as not to be a compliance with the requirement that the objects of the company must be set out, but the suggestion does not appear to be well founded.
4. That the name is not one which, in the opinion of the Board. of Trade, is undesirable.
Fees on Registration.-Each of the documents filed requires a 5s. registration stamp. In addition, there must be paid the fees on registration according to the table in the Twelfth Schedule to the Act. A stamp duty of lOs. per cent. on the nominal capital of the company must also be paid.

CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION
On registration of the company, the Registrar certifies under his hand that the company is incorporated, and, in the case of a limited company, that it is limited (s. 13). The certificate of incorporation is in the following form :
1 hereby certify that the Company, Limited, is this day incorporated under the Companies Act, 1948, and that the liability is limited.
Given under my hand this day of .
(Signature),
Registrar of Companies.
The certificate of registration may be described as the birth certificate of the company. It is conclusive evidence that all the requirements of the Act in respect of registration and of matters precedent and. incidental thereto have been complied with (s. 15).

4 R. v. Registrar of Companies, Ex pa.rte More, [1931] 2 K. B. 197.
5 In Cotman v. Brougham, [1918] A. C. 514.

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