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REGISTRAR OF COMPANIES
Name of approval
Give the official name of approval used with investors

Company Registration

Purpose of approval

Provide a description of what the authorisation provides to investors

Registration of company creates a separate legal entity from its owner(s), with the rights and obligations of a company specified in the Companies Act as modified by its own constitutional documents (Memorandum and Articles of Association). In Fiji companies may be • Limited by shares • Limited by guarantee or • Have unlimited liability Companies may or may not have private company status. Legal advice should be taken on company structuring.

Give official title of the body with the authority to grant the approval to investors

Name of agency issuing the approval

Office of the Registrar of Companies Registrar of Companies Office Level 2, Suvavou House Victoria Parade Suva. Telephone: (679) 331 2981 Facsimile: (679) 3318 830 Website: www.egov.gov.fj a) Availability of proposed name. An applicant must ensure that the company’s proposed name is available. This will require a search of the Companies, Business Names and Trademarks Register to ensure that the proposed name is not identical or too closely similar to another name already registered. b) The proposed company name must be reserved pending registration. For new company registrations, a formal application using the attached form must be made to the Registrar of Companies for the reservation of the name. Note that there are different forms for applying for: i. The name of a new company ii. A new name for an existing company c) The type of company must be chosen and constitutional documents – the Memorandum and Articles of Association – must be entered into. A company’s Memorandum and Articles of Association define the legal rights, duties and restrictions of the company. Legal advice should…...

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