['main part' of company name] ['name ending'] [if ACN named company, leave this line blank]
ACN - ____ ____ ____ [if ACN named company, insert 'name ending' here]
(registered under the Corporations Act 2001)
This is to certify that
[full name of member(s)/shareholder(s)]
is/are the registered holder(s) of
[Number & class of shares - e.g. '100 Ordinary shares']
in the abovementioned company,
being the share(s) having the share (serial) numbers from
[the 'from' serial number as per the 'Register of Members']
[the 'to' serial number as per the 'Register of Members']
inclusive, and that
[Amount UNPAID per share - if fully paid insert 'Nil']
remains unpaid per share.
Executed on behalf of the company
(Director(s)/ Secretary(s) to sign above as appropriate
- see Notes 2, 3 and 4 below.)
Date: ____ /____ /____
Generally speaking, a company has 2 months to issue share certificates - section 1071H(1) of the Corporations Act 2001.
If the company has only one director, then this share certificate may be signed merely by that sole director - see sections 124(1), 127(1), 127(4), 198E(1) and 204A(1) of the Corporations Act 2001.
If the company has two directors or a director and a secretary, then any two of them may sign this share certificate - sections 127(1)(a) of the Corporations Act 2001.
This share certificate does not need to be signed/executed under a common/company seal - sections 127(1) and 127(4) of the Corporations Act 2001 and noting, per section 123(1) of the Corporations Act 2001, that a company need not have a common/company seal.