In cases of Loss of Share Certificate(s), shareholders are required to be notified without delay alongwith a certified copy of an FIR/ police acknowledged complaint.
Additional formalities required to be complied are as follows:
Loss of Share Certificate(s) by an investor who is not registered as a member
Please note the following:
Requests for issue of Duplicate Certificate(s) where the value of such lost Shares exceeds Rs 25 lakhs will not be entertained unless accompanied by an order from a Court of competent jurisdiction directing the Company to issue duplicate Share Certificate(s).
The FIR/ police complaint should be lodged in English and must include complete information about the Share Certificate(s) reported lost/ misplaced, viz, Share Certificate no(s), distinctive nos, number of Shares, folio no(s) etc. In case the FIR/ police acknowledged complaint is lodged in a local language, a duly certified English translated version of the same should also be made available to RTA.
Duplicate Share Certificate(s) cannot be issued by the Company where the Shares in question are already transferred/ dematerialised.
Shareholders holding Shares in physical form and wish to make any nomination/ change nomination made earlier in respect of their shareholding in the Company, should submit to RTA the prescribed Forms together with self-attested copies of any two of the following documents in support of identification of the proposed nominees:
To view Nomination Form: Click here
Shareholders who hold shares in the physical form and wish to effect change in address recorded with the Company may submit to RTA a duly completed Change of Address Request Form.
For printing Change of Address Request form: Click here
Please note the following:
Change of address will be effected provided the signature of the registered holder on the Change of Address Request Form matches with the specimen signature on record with the Company.
Format for change of Signature form: Click here
Change in status from Resident to Non-Resident:
On change of status from Resident to Non-Resident and where sale proceeds of Shares or dividend payment is sought to be repatriated outside India, prior permission from the Reserve Bank of India through the concerned banker in India would be required to be submitted to the Company.
In case you have become a non-resident, but do not wish to repatriate the sale proceeds of Shares or dividend payment outside India, a duly completed Form of Undertaking would be required to be submitted to the Company/ RTA.
Please remember to mention the Non-Resident Ordinary (NRO) account number with the banker in India to facilitate payment of dividend.
Shareholders are requested to provide their e-mail address, telephone / fax numbers and quote their account members / DP ID & Client ID numbers in all correspondence with RTA to facilitate prompt response.
NECS form for dividend Click here