Setting up a company

Docscentre offers fast, efficient company registrations, and their online systems will help you to complete the process with confidence. Docscentre will also liaise with ASIC on your behalf to ensure your client’s company is registered as soon as possible. Docscentre provides a complete company register containing all necessary minutes and our own quality constitution. The documents are stored online for you to access at any time, with the option to receive hard copies bound and delivered in a professional register.

Deeds and ASIC Documents

Company Constitution

Certificate of Registration

Form 201 Application for registration (copy)

Company CMY Data File

Register Documents

Explanatory letter

Guide to the company register

Consents to Act

Consents to become a Member

Resolution of the Directors (Minutes)

Register of Members

Register of Members (Blank)

Application and Allotment Journal

Share Certificate

Transfer Journal (Blank)

Register of Option Holders (Blank)

Register of Charges Granted (Blank)

Register of Debentures Holders (Blank)

Bank Account Kit

Banking Information Letter

Certificate of Registration

Form 201 Application for registration (copy)

Other helpful documents

Guideline for Directors

Division 7A Loan Agreement (sample)

Share Transfer form (sample)

Adoption of Constitution

If your clients have lost their company constitution, or they have an old memorandum and articles or constitution that has become restrictive (e.g. some older constitutions do not allow for a sole director or for the company to be special purpose), in most cases the members can adopt a new constitution. Docscentre can help by preparing an updated constitution and resolutions for the adoption and this new constitution will replace the old one.

Note: Repeal or Amendment of Constitution
Most companies can repeal or amend their constitution by special resolution. However, some companies may have additional requirements (e.g. the consent of a governing director). This is rare, but if it is the case you will need to notify Docscentre of the requirement in Special Instructions and upload a copy of the constitution before the documents can be prepared. All constitution adoptions will be processed on the assumption that a special resolution alone will be sufficient, unless Docscentre are otherwise instructed.

The Docscentre constitution:

  • allows for single director companies
  • is flexible and allows for different classes of shares
  • includes robust dispute resolution clauses
  • allows for special purpose companies ( solely as trustee of SMSF)
  • can either give the chair a casting vote to break deadlocks, or not give the chair a casting vote, which means in the event of a deadlock that can’t be broken, the members can request that the matter be referred for decision by arbitration

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