The principal companies we can assist with as defined in the Regulations is:
Charitable [Generally a Public Company, Limited by Guarantee] A company the constitution of which: (i) requires the company to pursue charitable pruposes only and to apply its income in promoting those purposes; and (ii) prohibits the company making distributions to its members and paying fees to its directors; and (iii) requires its directors to approve all other payments the company makes to them.
Trustee of a Superannuation Fund [Generally a Proprietary Company, Limited by Shares] A company the constitution of which: (i) prohibits the distribution of the company's income or property to its members; and (ii) the sole purpose of the company is to act as the trustee of a regulated superannuation fund within the meaning of section 19 of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993.
Home Unit [Generally a Proprietary Company, Limited by Shares] A proprietary company if: (i) the company is the proprietor of land on which a building divided into separate residential areas and areas of common use is erected; and (ii) the members of the company are entitled, because of the shares they hold in the company, to the exclusive occupation of 1 or more of the residential areas and to the use of the common areas;and (iii) the company only operates to facilitate and enforce the rights of the company members in relation to the exclusive occupation of the residential areas and to maintain the common areas.
This information is supplied as a brief outline only and does not preclude the Company's Officers and Secretaries from fulfilling their legal obligations. Company Planners Pty Ltd cannot explain every responsibility or cover every situation, and in this regard you should seek professional business advice and refer to the Corporations Act 2001. You will be held responsible for your legal obligations and not Company Planners Pty Ltd.