29. Constitutional Documents To Be Provided To Members

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(1) A company must, on request by any member, send to him the following documents–
(a) an up-to-date copy of the company’s articles,
(b) a copy of any resolution or agreement relating to the company to which Chapter 3 applies (resolutions and agreements affecting a company’s constitution) and that is for the time being in force,
(c) a copy of any document required to be sent to the Registrar under section 31(2)(a) (notice to Registrar where company’s constitution altered by order),
(d) a copy of any Court order under section 805 (Court sanction for compromise or arrangement) or section 806 (powers of Court to facilitate reconstruction or amalgamation or merger or division),
(e) a copy of any Court order under section 860 (protection of members against unfair prejudice: powers of the Court) that alters the company’s constitution,
(f) a copy of the company’s current certificate of incorporation, and of any past certificates of incorporation,
(g) in the case of a company with a share capital, a current statement of capital,
(h) in the case of a company limited by guarantee, a copy of the statement of guarantee.
(2) The statement of capital required by subsection (1)(g) is a statement of–
(a) the total number of shares of the company,
(b) for each class of shares–
(i) prescribed particulars of the rights attached to the shares,
(ii) the total number of shares of that class, and
(c) the amount paid up and the amount (if any) unpaid on each share.
(3) If a company makes default in complying with this section, a contravention of these Regulations is committed by every officer of the company who is in default.
(4) A person who commits the contravention referred to in subsection (3) shall be liable to a level 2 fine.