Oratto's member corporate solicitors can assist with all corporate law matters including Memorandums of Association and Articles of Association.
By spending a little time comparing the profiles of the corporate solicitors listed on our website you can make a detailed and intelligent appraisal of the specialist's expertise and whether this is relevant to your needs. This ensures that you make an informed decision before going ahead and instructing your lawyer to act on your behalf.
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Memorandums of Association
Memorandums of Association are vital documents for companies incorporated before October 2008. Until this point the document detailed a company's basic function.
However, given that companies change so often, in October 2008 the law changed to reflect this. Memorandums from this date on serve a simpler function: to confirm that a company exists. The Memorandum is signed by all original shareholders stating their intention to form a company. It also provides proof of each member's agreement to own at least one share in the company
Articles of Association
Articles of Association exist to detail and regulate the administration of a company, including shareholder decisions, the appointment of directors and the issuing of new shares.
They may also describe certain situations in which shareholders might be obliged to sell shares or are restricted in their ability to sell shares.
It is possible to lay down Articles of Association by template. However, these default articles can be amended by a corporate solicitor to ensure that they meet the particular needs of a company.
Corporate solicitors to advance your interests
Whether you require advice and representation in relation to a complex area of business law or whether you would like help with the day-to-day details, by instructing a corporate solicitor from Oratto's list of members, you are guaranteeing specific advice, tailored to your needs.
There are a number of ways to contact Oratto, by phone, via online chat or by filling in our Oratto Match form; either way, we will quickly and efficiently ensure you are put in contact with a member solicitor who is right for you.
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