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Company Law Assingment Essay

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1.0 PENGENALAN
Seksyen 16(5) akta syarikat antara lain menyebut apabila sesebuah syarikat ditubuhkan, ia dikatakan sebagai mempunyai sifat entiti berasingan , iaitu salah satu cirinya ialah berkekalan turun-temurun sehingga diakhiri oleh undang-undang. Boleh dikatakan kewujudan dan penamatan syarikat berkaitan dengan undang-undang.
Penggulungan syarikat merupakan satu proses di mana sesebuah syarikat dibubarkan. Syarikat juga boleh dibubarkan di bawah seksyen 308(1) akta syarikat 1965 di mana kuasa telah diberikan kepada Pejabat Pendaftar Syarikat untuk memotong daripada berdaftar dan membubarkan syarikat jika mereka mempunyai bukti mempercayai bahawa syarikat tidak menjalankan perniagaan ...view middle of the document...

Pendaftar syarikat mempunyai kuasa budi bicara untuk membatalkan nama sesebuah syarikat daripada Daftar sekiranya
1) syarikat tidak lagi beroperasi dan menjalankan perniagaan seperti seksyen 308(1) Akta Syarikat 1965.
2) Syarikat telah digulung tetapi tidak mempunyai pelikuidasi yang bertindak ke atas syarikat
3) Pelikuidasi gagal menyerahkan penyata dan akaun syarikat digulungkan itu
4) Sesebuah syarikat tidak mempunyai aset ataupun aset tidak mencukupi untuk mendapatkan perintah pembubaran dari mahkamah .
2.2 Prosedur pembatalan nama syarikat daripada daftar
1)Seksyen 308(1)Akta Syarikat , jika pendaftar syarikat mempunyai alasan yang kukuh mempercayai bahawa perniagaan tidak lagi beroperasi , pendaftar syarikat boleh menghantar surat pertanyaan ( enquiry letter) kepada syarikat.
2)Seksyen 308(2) Akta Syarikat , jika pendaftar syarikat tidak menerima jawapan syarikat dalam masa tempoh satu bulan ,pendaftar syarikat boleh menyiarkan dalam warta kerajaan dan mengirim surat berdaftar kepada syarikat di mana mengandungi satu notis bahawa selepas tempoh tiga bulan dari tarikh notis berkenaan, nama syarikat akan dibatalkan daripada Daftar kecuali tunjuk sebab dibuat sebaliknya.
3)Seksyen 308(3) Akta Syarikat, sekiranya syarikat dalam proses penggulungan, dan sekiranya salah satu daripada perkara berikut dipercayai akan berlaku oleh pendaftar syarikat, maka pendaftar syarikat boleh mewartakan notis yang sama dalam Warta Kerajaan dan kirim kepada syarikat itu
a)tiada penyelesai yang bertindak
b)hal ehwal syarikat telah digulung sepenuhnya, dan dalam tempoh 6 bulan , penyelesai gagal untuk menyerahkan apa-apa penyata yang dikehendaki oleh Akta.
c)hal ehwal syarikat telah digulung sepenuhnya, dan syarikat tidak mempunyai aset atau aset tidak mencukupi untuk membayar kos atau mendapatkan arahan mahkamah untuk membubarkan perniagaan.
4) Seksyen 308(4) Akta Syarikat, pendaftar syarikat boleh membatalkan nama syarikat dari daftar selepas tamat tempoh tiga bulan. Pendaftar syarikat perlu mewartakan notis pembatalan dalam Warta Kerajaan. Selepas disiarkan dalam warta kerajaan, syarikat akan dibubarkan .
5) Seksyen 308(4)(a) Akta Syarikat, liabiliti setiap anggota dalam syarikat akan kekal sekiranya syarikat belum dibubarkan tetapi nama syarikat telah dibatalkan oleh pendaftar syarikat.
6)Seksyen 311 Akta Syarikat, selepas pembatalan nama, apa-apa harta syarikat tidak kira sama ada harta alih ataupun harta tidak alih ( kecuali modal dipanggil dan modal tidak dipanggil) termasuk yang berjalan dalam atau luar negara Malaysia yang belum selesai, hendaklah diletakkan hak kepada pendaftar syarikat bagi kesemua estet dan kepentingan syarikat di dalamnya ( di sisi undang-undang) bersama-sama dengan kesemua tuntutan, hak, remedi syarikat.
7)Seksyen 308(4)(b) Akta Syarikat tidak menyentuh tentang kuasa mahkamah terhadap syarikat yang dibatalkan nama oleh pendaftar syarikat . Walau bagaimanapun, mahkamah boleh memerintah nama syarikat dimasukkan semula ke dalam Daftar...

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