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Booklet - Junior Legacy, Melbourne. Memorandum and Articles of Association.

From the Collection of Melbourne Legacy 293 Swanston Street Melbourne Victoria

Description
Paper, colour white, two staples hold the document together, rectangular shape
Size
210 x 135 mm, 12 pages
Object Registration
00985
Keywords
history
Historical information
This document has been published with the Certificate of Incorporation under the Companies Act 1938 limiting the Company by Guarantee. The Special Licence grants dispensation for the use of the word "Limited". The Special Licence was granted by the Victorian State Attorney General T.W. Mitchell whose father in law was Harry Chauvel (led the calvary charge at Beersheba during World war 1).
Two other copies are at 00317 and 01490.
When Made
1952
Made By
Colarts pty Ltd (Maker)
Significance
Signifies that Junior Legacy Melbourne was incorporated under the Companies Act 1938 and the special licence granted to Junior Legacy, Melbourne meant that Junior Legacy Melbourne did not have to use the word "Limited" upon condition that the terms of the Memorandum and Articles of Association submitted to and cerified by the Attorney General are strictly followed.
Inscriptions & Markings
Page five, section 3c has been crossed out (black biro) except the first sentence.
Page seven, item 4 - the words five hundred have been crossed out and the figure 1000 inserted (black biro).
Front cover, stamp, (AV SMYTHE) EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT.
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