There are only two ways for you to register your company. The most popular of which is to register using your own name or to register a company without a name.
It is possible to register a company without a name because registration number will be used instead.
Some of the terminology that’s used when you register a company or make changes to its documents can be quite difficult but you will need to know it. The people or companies which set out to register a company are known as founders.
Founders can be companies, but it’s better to list the director of the company as the founder or incorporator.
The following items listed, will be he important CIPC forms which you must familiarise yourself with.
Name application forms:
|CoR 9.1||Application to reserve a Name – Name application (CIPC charges R50 per set of 4 names or R75 for manual name applications) CIPC only manual accept manual applications if extra documentation for the name application is required. For Example Franchise application or when some else did the name application and we are now ask to complete the registration.|
|CoR 9.4||Confirmation Notice – All approved names valid for 6 months|
|CoR 9.5||Notice refusing name reservation of registration – Rejected names (Client must supply 4 new names and we change R110) If the client refuses to pay more money they can always opt for the no name option.|
|CoR 9.6||Notice of Potentially contested name: Companies Tribunal|
Company Formation Documents:
|CoR 14.1||Notice of Incorporation – Application form to appoint the new directors|
|CoR 15.1 A||Memorandum of Incorporation – (Short Form) Pty Ltd|
|CoR 15.1 C||Memorandum of Incorporation – (Short form) NPC without members|
|CoR 14.3||Registration Certificate – Competed document (No shareholder information is displayed)|
|CoR 14.2||Notice rejecting a Notice of Incorporation|
|CoR 15.2||Notice of amendment of Memorandum of Incorporation – used for name changes|
|CoR 18.1||Application to convert a Close Corporation|
|CoR 39||Notice of change of Company Directors|