I'm still confused, how does FRS102 or micro-entity classification have any impact on the Companies ability to prepare and submit its own accounts (as long as they comply with reporting standards)?
as in the past?
Sorry, what do you mean?
Is a form 42 necessary as he is buying the shares from an individual. They just happen to be shares in the company he works for?
As for the valuation, this has not yet been carried out but a preliminary figure of £10,000 has been mentioned which of course would be very close to the annual exemption. Maybe the final agreed figure will be slightly over the exemption.
As far as I have found out myself, an elective resolution with unanimous shareholder approval would allow the directors to allot the extra shares.
Could anyone confirm this?
The building was purchased just over 12 months ago.
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