Under the Companies Act 2006 (the “Companies Act“), a company is required to have Articles of Association prescribing regulations for the company; in effect, a constitution. Regulations made under the Companies Act prescribe so-called “model Articles”, which cover the main areas of concern for the owners and managers of businesses, and which mirror corresponding parts of the Companies Act, namely:  

  • Interpretation and limitation of liability; 
  • Directors; 
  • Shares and distributions; 
  • Decision making by shareholders; and 
  • Administrative arrangements.

The Articles drafted for the Company largely follow the relevant set of model Articles, with some modifications to reflect the specific circumstances of the Company.

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