CORPORATIONS ACT 2001

CHAPTER 5A - DEREGISTRATION, AND TRANSFER OF REGISTRATION, OF COMPANIES  

PART 5A.2 - TRANSFER OF REGISTRATION  

SECTION 601AI   601AI   TRANSFERRING REGISTRATION  


A company may transfer its registration to registration under a law of the Commonwealth, or of a State or Territory, by:


(a) passing a special resolution resolving to transfer its registration to registration under that law; and


(b) complying with sections 601AJ and 601AK .

The company may transfer its registration to registration under the law of a State or Territory only if the State or Territory is the one in which it is taken to be registered.

Note 1: Section 119A tells you which State or Territory the company is taken to be registered in.

Note 2: In order to be registered under the State or Territory law, the company may need to amend its constitution, or adopt a new one, and the provisions of this Act (including the class rights provisions in Part 2F.2 ) will apply to the amendment or adoption.


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