I knew what he did was wrong but I am not going to pursue this unless he does it again. I have put in place an 'alert' device to let me know ANYTHING that occurs on our company via Companies House.
However, in what way my shares protected? He is using his own accountant......
Shouldn't there be some legal document/requisite to categorically prove these shares are mine?
Where is this information held?
I have just looked up share certificates and it states that there is a two month time limit after registration in which to sign them. August was the date in our case.
Can we get round this as I am determined to have something legal, even an agreement drawn up by a lawyer?
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