This document is a template share certificate.
Each shareholder of a company must be issued with a share certificate. The share certificate will outline the number of shares held by that shareholder, and the funds paid for these shares.
A share certificate will usually be evidence of a party’s ownership of shares and must be safeguarded. As this document is a standard template, practitioners will need to review the company constitution, and, if relevant, the shareholders agreement, to determine whether there are any specific requirements for the certificate.
This document has been authored for LexisNexis by Jane Garber-Rosenzweig, Principal, Gable Lawyers and Rosalyn Gladwin, Principal, Gladwin Legal.
This document is prepared with the assistance of Specialist Editor Stephen Newman, Executive Counsel, Ponte Earle.