What is an Operation that separates or shares numbers equally?
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How do you share shares in a new company of 5?
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What is the difference between transmission and transfer?
Transfer of shares is the mode of changing the ownership by sale/gift of his shares in a company by the present holder to a purchaser/donee. Transmission of shares takes place when the ownership passes from one holder to another by operation of law. For example, 'A', the present shareholder of shares in a company dies, the ownership in his shares passes to his legal heirs by law.
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What is the difference between transfer and transmission of shares?
(1) Transfer of Shares: Meaning: Transfer means transferring the shares on the name of some other person on a voluntary basis. Initiative: The transfer-or and transferee takes initiative. Nature of Action:It is a deliberate action taken by a share holder. Parties: There are two parties i.e. transfer-or and transferee to the transfer of shares. Documents Required: An instrument of transfer has to be duly executed by the transfer-or and transferee. Stamp Duty: It is payable on the market value of shares Right of Refuse: The directors of the company can refuse transfer of shares on certain grounds. Consideration: There must be an adequate consideration for the transfer of shares, unless they are transferred by way of gift. (2) Transmission of Shares: Meaning: Transmission of shares means the passing of property or title in shares by the operation of law froa member to his legal representative on the happening of a certain event like death, insolvency or lunacy. Initiative: The legal heir of the deceased share holder takes the initiative. Nature of Action: It is not deliberate action of a shareholder, but the result of operation of law, after he dies or becomes insane or bankrupt. Parties: The legal heir of the deceased share holder is involved. Documents Required: Certain documents like court order of insolvency, death certificate are required for transmission of shares. Stamp Duty: No stamp duty is payable for transmission of shares. Right of Refuse: Transmission of shares can't be refused, it is under operation of law. Consideration: The question of consideration does not arise in the case of transmission of shares, as it is due to the operation of law.