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How To Remove A Director Of Your Company

Your company is not one without any legal requirements, legal documents and following various laws and regulations that allow it to exist as a legal and independent entity. The truth is, that there are little things in life that do not require any form of legal documentation and legal formalities. A business is no different, hence the various contracts and inspections. That, of course, only happens once the business is on its feet. The need for contracts runs deeper, and there is a need for contracts with regards to the company directors.


Change Can Be Good

There are many different reasons as to why a certain person is no longer an appointed director. This could be due to a resignation, disqualification, or even death. Hopefully, the removal of a director is done on good terms, but this is not always the case. But the process to remove that person as a director of that company is not as simple as changing the website and some business cards. It


requires a few step process, no matter what the reasons are. This process will need to be facilitated by a legal professional to ensure that every base has been covered and that the process has been finalised with CIPC.


The Process Of Change

Before you can begin this, you need to ensure that your company is registered with the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (“CIPC”). The best route to go is to add a new member if that is what is needed. You will be saving yourself some time as the procedure goes. Firstly, you will need to apply for these changes to be made. You will need the details and complete documents to be processed in order to make these changes. The documentation will be submitted. Once this has been approved, you will need to await feedback and an amended company certificate.


Brian Blignaut Attorneys

To ensure that this process goes smoothly and that all the documentation is filled out correctly, you will need the assistance of legal professionals. Brian Blignaut Attorneys is one such professional that will be able to assist you with a variety of legal areas, company law being included. Contact them today for legal assistance.

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