Issue of shares
When you set up a company together with one or more business partners, shares must be issued. These can be issued to the founder(s) of the company or to others who contribute money or goods to the company. The issue of shares upon incorporation is governed by the deed of incorporation of the company. That is always a notarial deed. In that case, no separate deed is required for the issue of shares.
If the company already exists, a separate notarial deed is required for the issue of new shares. The company issuing the shares and the persons to whom the shares are issued are all parties to the deed and must therefore all sign them. The issue of the shares must be entered in the shareholders register. With her knowledge and expertise, Meijer Notarissen is happy to arrange this registration for your company.
The deed of issue
The deed of issuance describes the number and type of shares to be issued and contains the name and address of the company and of the legal persons / natural persons to whom the shares are issued. If the notary has checked all this information, the deed of issue is signed by you and the persons to whom the shares are issued.
By consulting Meijer Notarissen, you are assured that the statutory and legal formalities are met. Our notaries examine the agreements between the parties involved and whether the person supplying the shares is authorized to do so.