CS MOHIT SALUJA (PRACTICING CS Jalandhar 9914558709) 07 December 2013
Dear Sunil Ji,
MOA Will not be chnaged in such case as the subscriber means who had subscribed the shares at tie of incorporation. so when you transfer the shares then is such case, first subscribers still remain the same.
For transfer of shares, you have to go by the articles of your company. Generally in Private limited companies, the person who want to transfer the shares, intimate the company about his willingness of selling the saheres. The company then inform the existing shareholders to buy such shares. and if within stipulated time, the existing shareholders does not buy, the transferror can sell the shares to any one else to whom he want to sell.
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Sunil Singh (Proprietor) 17 December 2013
Dear Mohit jee
1. please mail me all the draft relating to transfer of shares on sunilca01 @ gmail.com
2. Can transfer of shares shown in back date if all the party agree.
3. is any other authority whom it is intimated about transfer of shares except form 20B on MCA