Call Notice to Shareholders

Payment for Shares / Loan Stock

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Call Notice to Members / Shareholders calling for payment of Shares and / or Loan Notes under a shareholders / joint venture agreement.

We hereby give you notice pursuant to the Agreement that we require you, in the manner set out in the Agreement, to subscribe in cash (by electronic funds transfer to the Company's bank account at [BANK] for [AMOUNT] Shares and [AMOUNT] nominal of Loan Notes of the Company at the price of [PRICE] per Share.

 

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This Agreement should be carefully read by the authorised person.

This Agreement should be signed by the authorised signatory.

 

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Document Type:

Declaration / announcement / notice / press release

Category:

Business > Corporate > Authorised Capital / Issue of Shares / Allotment Letter

 
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