Table A

A standard set of Articles of Association which can be incorporated by reference in the Articles of Association of any company. It is usually used to cover non-essential procedural issues. Found in the Companies (Tables A-F) Regulations 1985. Table A applies to private companies limited by shares. Tables B- F apply to other types of company such as...
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Table A

Standard form of articles of association for a company limited by shares. Companies limited by guarantee or unlimited must file full articles or specifically adopt one of the other tables. Table A provisions act as default terms to cover points not expressly mentioned in the company's own constitution.
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Table A

Table A in UK company law is the old name for the Model Articles or default form of articles of association for companies limited by shares incorporated either in England and Wales or in Scotland before 1 October 2009 where the incorporators do not explicitly choose to use a modified form. Table A was first introduced by the Joint Stock Companies ...
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