COMPANIES ACT - 1963 (ACT 179)

    Section - 17 - Form of Regulations

    Second Sch.

    (1) In the case of a company registered after the commencement of this Code, or an existing company which, pursuant to section 19 of this Code, adopts Regulations in lieu of its memorandum and articles of association, the form of the Regulations of,

    (a) a private company limited by shares,

    (b) a public company limited by shares,

    (c) a company limited by guarantee,

    shall be respectively in accordance with the forms set out in Table A Part I, Table A Part II, or Table B, in the Second Schedule to this Code or as near thereto as circumstances may admit; and the form of the Regulations of an unlimited company shall be in accordance with the form set out in Table A Part I, if a private company, or Table A Part II, if a public company, or as near thereto as circumstances may admit, but with such modifications as are necessary having regard to the fact that the liability of the members is unlimited.

    (2) The Regulations may adopt such of the provisions of the appropriate Table as are not required, by section 16 of this Code, to be stated in the Regulations, and, in so far as the Regulations do not exclude or modify those provisions, they shall, so far as applicable, be part of the Regulations of the company.

    (3) The Regulations shall be printed, typewritten, or in some other legible form acceptable to the Registrar.