As incorporation agents our experience with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission means we can obtain registry copies of company documents and conduct comprehensive Australia company searches.
With the Australian proprietary companies which are limited by shares, we can provide the following documents from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission:
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission are an Independent Commonwealth Government body. They are set up under and administer the Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001(ASIC Act), and carry out most of their work under the Corporations Act 2001 (Corporations Act).
We can provide an company search with the latest filed information from the Australian Securities and Investment Commission's (ASIC) database under section 1274A of the Corporations Act 2001.
The contents of a Australian company search report include:
The search report is provided from the Australian Securities and Investment Commission's and delivered by email in 2 - 4 days.
We can provide a Certificate of Registration for an Australian company issued under the Corporations Act 2001 Paragraph 1274(2)(b). This certificate includes details of the company registration including changes to the name, date of any name changes, company registration number, registration date and the company type. This is an electronic certificate and is different to the certificate of incorporation provided when the company was first registered in Australia.
The Electronic Australian Registration Certificate includes the target company name, company number, confirms the company is registered, the company type and registration date. The certificate is dated and signed electronically when ordered from the Australian Securities and Investment Commission.
Copies of Australian company accounts for proprietary companies are only available if they are required to lodge the documents with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission. In Australia companies only have to lodge financial reports with the registry where there are substantial sums of money involved, the general public has invested funds with the company, or the company exists for charitable purposes only and is not intended to make a profit.
Once a company is registered in Australia the directors are obliged to produce and submit to the ASIC an annual review. We can provide an electronic copy of the latest Annual Return (AR 2000/316L) for an Australian proprietary company from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.
We can provide a historical company search extract which will contain details of any historical charge recorded on ASIC's Register of Company Charges. It will stage if the charges are fully satisfied and discharged in full or deleted charges.
Changes to the company must be notified to the Australian Securities and Investment Commission's within 28 days of the annual review date. Despite only one annual statement being submitted each year, changes to the company must be lodged with the ACIS throughout the year as they occur:
We can provide copies of official company documents and conduct searches for companies registered in Australia.
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