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CHAPTER 26
STATUTORY COMPANIES

RAILWAY, canal, dock and water companies and other companies formed for the purpose of public undertakings are usually incorporated by a special Act of Parliament, because they usually require powers and privileges which they could not obtain under the Companies Act, 1948.(1) Such companies are accordingly governed by the Companies Clauses Acts, 1845 to 1889, except in so far as those Acts are modified or excluded by the special Acts which incorporate them. Of these Acts, the Companies Clauses Consolidation Act, 1845, applies to all companies incorporated by special Act after 1845 unless it is expressly excepted, while Parts I. and II. of the Companies Clauses Consolidation Act, 1863, only apply if they are expressly incorporated.
A statutory company has no memorandum and articles of association. The subject-matter of those two documents is contained in the special Act and the Companies Clauses Acts.

Name.-The name of the company is set out in the special Act. It can only be changed by Act of Parliament, but the change of name does not invalidate anything done before the change was made. (2)

Principal Office.-A statutory company is not required to have a registered office, but the place of the registered office is taken by what is described as " the principal office " of the company. The principal office is that office where the general superintendence and management of the company's business is carried on.(3)
Writs, summonses, notices and other proceedings are served on the company by being left at or posted to the principal office, or by being given personally to the secretary or, if there is no secretary, to one of the directors. (4)

1 A company formed for the public benefit, which is not a public authority, is not entitled to the protection of the Public Authorities Protection Act, 1893. (Att.-Gen. v. Margate Pier Co., [1900] 1 Ch. 749.)
2 Companies Clauses Act, 1863, ss. 36-39, which must be specially incorporated. 3 Palmer v. Caledonian Ry., [1892] 1 Q. B. 823.
4 Companies Clauses Act, 1845, s. 135.

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