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Registration Documents Only

You can use AIS to create documents for a company that is already registered with ASIC but for which you did not arrange a Constitution and other legal documents. Creating your company documents through AIS is easy. Once you complete the question interface, you will immediately receive a link to download your documents. It takes about 20 minutes. Legal sign-off: All AIS master documents are written in plain language and are signed-off by our lawyers at Blundall Madigan Lawyers.

Registration Documents

($137.50 AIS fee inc. GST and $444.00 ASIC fee) + Optional printing, binding and delivery for $ 49.50

General Information

AIS Company Minutes and Resolutions Package – keeping proper records

The governing rules of a company and corporations law require it to keep proper records of meetings and directors’ decisions. AIS offers a range of company minutes and resolutions for successful administration of the company, here. It costs $77.00 including GST for your company’s first Minute or Resolution. Your company then has unlimited use of the Company Minutes & Resolutions Package for 12 months. If you purchase your company’s 12 months unlimited use of the Company Minutes & Resolutions Package when you create your company’s registration documents through AIS, you will receive a 15% discount on the package (that is, you pay only $65.45 rather than the usual price of $77).

Seek legal advice

The Registration Documents Only information here should be considered general in nature, and in no way interpreted as legal advice. You must always seek your own independent legal, accounting and financial advice about your particular situation. The summary on this page is for information purposes only.

The AIS Company Registration Package includes:

  • Certificate of Registration including the Australian Company Number (ACN), the company name and the date of registration
  • Company’s Constitution
  • Consent to act as director
  • Consent to act as secretary
  • Application for shares
  • Meeting minutes for directors
  • Share certificate

What information do you need to create the company documents through Cleardocs?

To create the documents, you complete the AIS question interface with:
  • the name of the company and the ACN exactly as they show on ASIC’s records – you can view them here and
  • exactly the same information that you supplied to ASIC at the time the company was registered.
It is essential that you make that information exactly the same. Exactly.

Why you need the company documents

Until you arrange the company documents:
  • The company is governed under the “Replaceable Rules”, which are set out in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth); and
  • The company’s register is likely to be incomplete.

Constitution or Replaceable Rules?

A company may choose to be governed by:
  • the provisions of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) – the “Replaceable Rules”;
  • a Constitution; or
  • a combination of both.
The Constitution is a contract between:
  • the company and each member;
  • the company and each director;
  • the company and the secretary;
  • the members.
If a company does not have a Constitution in relation to a particular topic, the relevant “Replaceable Rules” apply – see the table of “Replaceable Rules” set out by the law here. The “Replaceable Rules” do not apply to the following types of company and must have a Constitution:
  • proprietary companies where the one person is the sole director and sole member;
  • public companies limited by guarantee who apply to have the word “Limited” omitted from their name under section 150 of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth);
  • no liability public companies; and
  • special purpose companies.