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CHAPTER 6
THE PROSPECTUS

If the prospectus is issued more than two years after the company has been entitled to commence business, Nos. 1-3, above, need not be set out.
Similar provisions as to the giving of an expert's consent (s. 419), and the relaxation of the requirements of the Fourth Schedule (s. 418) are made as in the case of English companies.
These provisions prevent a company, which it is really intended shall carry on business in England, from evading the Companies Act by becoming incorporated abroad.

OFFERS OF SECURITIES
The provisions just set out afford a measure of protection to prospective investors when a public invitation to subscribe for shares or debentures is made. When the invitation takes any other form it is regulated by the Prevention of Fraud (Investments) Act, 1939. This Act prohibits such invitations unaccompanied by a prospectus, unless they are made by certain authorised persons.
Dealers in shares or debentures must be licensed by the Board of Trade before they can carry on business. (Prevention of Fraud (Investments) Act, 1939, s. 1.) No licence is required, however, by (ibid., s. 2) :
(a) a member of any recognised stock exchange or recognised . association of dealers in securities, or
(b) the Bank of England, any statutory or municipal corporation or any exempted dealer, or
(c) any person acting in the capacity of manager or trustee under an authorised unit trust scheme.
A person, other than those set out above, commits an offence (ibid., s. 13) if he distributes circulars inviting anyone to buy, sell or underwrite shares or debentures, unless he also distributes,
(a) a prospectus complying with the Companies Act, or
(b) in the case of a corporation incorporated in Great Britain which is not a registered company, a document containing the information required by s. 417 (ante, p. 47).
A circular may be in the form of a newspaper, journal, magazine or other periodical publication.

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