COMPANIES ACT 2013 SECTION 13 TO 17
Sec. 13 Alteration of Memorandum
CS ALOK QUALIFIED AS ADVOCATE AND COMPANY SECRETARY FELLOWMEMBER OF ICSI NEW DELHI TEACHING FROM 2011 TOCA CS, CMA, LAWSTUDENTS CORPORATE LAW CONSULTANT -PCS
(1) Save as provided in section 61, a company may, by a speciali resolution and after complying wilh the procedure specified in this section, alter the provisions of its memorandum. (2) Any change in the name of a company shall be subject to the provisions of sub-sections (2) and (3) f section 4 and shall not have effect except with the roval of the Central Government in writing:
Provided that no such approval shall be necessary where the only change in the name of the company is the deletion therefrom, or addition thereto, of the word "Private", consequent on the conversion of any one class of companies to another class in accordance with the provisions of this Act.
(3) When any change in the name of a company is made under sub-section (2), the Registrar shall enter the new name in the register of companies n place of the old name and issue a fresh certificate of incorporation with the new name and thee chahge in the name shall be complete and effective only on the issue of such a certificate.
(4) The alteration of the memorandum relating to the place of the registered office from one State to another shall not have any effect unless it is approved by the #Central Government on an application in such form and manner as may be prescribed.
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