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CHAPTER 25
RECONSTRUCTION AND AMALGAMATION

The Court may, however, as a condition of sanctioning the scheme, if it thinks it reasonable to do so, require dissentient shareholders to be given the same rights as they would have had under s. 287.(13)

An order made under s. 206 has no effect until an office copy has been delivered to the Registrar of Companies. A copy of the order must also be annexed to every copy of the memorandum issued after the making of the order.
Procedure (Ord. 53B).-A summons is taken out for leave to hold the necessary meetings. It is supported by an affidavit exhibiting the scheme, and giving particulars to enable the Registrar to decide what meetings should be held, who should be chairman and what advertisements should be issued. An order is then made dealing with these matters, and also as to the proxies to be used. After the meetings have been held, the chairman makes an affidavit, exhibiting his report of the result of the meetings. A petition to the Court for sanction of the scheme is then filed and is supported by affidavit, proving the necessary facts. The petition must be stamped £5 and the order, if made in Court, £2.

In order to facilitate schemes of reconstruction and amalgamation, when an application is made to the Court for sanction of an arrangement which involves the transfer of the whole or part of the property of one company (called " the transferor company ") to another company (called " the transferee company ") the Court may make an order dealing with the following matters:
1. The transfer to the transferee company of the whole or part of the property or liabilities of the transferor company.

An order so made does not operate to transfer to the transferee cempany the benefit of a contract of servicee between the transferor company and a person employed by it. (14)
2. The allotting of any shares or debentures to the appropriate persons by the transferee company.
3. The continuation by or against the transferee company of any legal proceedings pending by or against the transferor company.
4. The dissolution, without winding up, of the transferor company.
5. The provision to be made for persons who dissent from the scheme.
6. Any incidental matters (s. 208).

Any order made under s. 208 must be registered with the Registrar of Companies within seven days after it was made.
Relief from stamp duty in certain cases of amalgamation is given by the Finance Act, 1927, s. 55, as amended by the Finance Act, 1928.

13 For specimen schemes under the section, see Palmer, Co (15th ed.), pp. 1246 et seq.
14 Nokes v. Doncaster Amalgamated Collieries, [1940] A. C. 1014.

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