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A common seal (or company seal) is a legal company signature that’s used for the execution of documents. A company’s common seal— when physically used—is a rubber stamp containing the words ‘Common Seal’ and the name and Company Number of the association or company.
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Meterai biasa (atau meterai syarikat) ialah tandatangan syarikat sah yang digunakan untuk pelaksanaan dokumen. Meterai biasa syarikat— apabila digunakan secara fizikal—adalah setem getah yang mengandungi perkataan 'Mohor Biasa' dan nama serta Nombor Syarikat persatuan atau syarikat itu.
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A common seal, also known as a company seal, is a tool used to emboss a company's official documents. It typically contains the company's name, registration number, and date of incorporation.
Companies use common seals to signify the authenticity and validity of official documents such as contracts, deeds, and share certificates. The use of a common seal is often required by law in certain jurisdictions.
Yes, common seals are still used today, although their use has become less common in some jurisdictions. In many countries, the use of a common seal is no longer a legal requirement, and electronic signatures are becoming more widely accepted.
The use of a company's common seal is typically authorized by the company's board of directors or by a designated officer of the company.
A company should store its common seal securely in a safe or other locked storage facility to prevent unauthorized use or theft.
Yes, a company can change its common seal if it wishes to do so. However, the change must be approved by the board of directors or by a designated officer of the company, and the new seal must be registered with the relevant authorities.
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