Statutory Books and Records
The statutory register books can be kept at the registered office or any other place as approved by the directors. Normally, the statutory register books are kept at the registered office on Section 14 or Section 46(3) for the Company Secretary to conveniently maintain and update the company’s information from time to time.
“Books” includes any register or other record of information and any accounts or accounting records, however compiled, recorded or stored, and also includes any documents.
The most common statutory books are Register of Allotment, Register of Members, Register of Directors, Register of Managers, Register of Secretaries, Register of Substantial Shareholders, Register of Transfer, Register of Directors’ Shareholdings, Register of Mortgages and Minutes Book.
The Register Book is a book consist of the following details and information:
The Minutes Book will keep all minutes of directors’ and shareholders’ meetings as well as resolutions passed by directors and shareholders.
The following are normally found in the Minutes Book: