Lost and Found Advertisement

For a shareholder a share certificate certifies that he or she is the owner of a company. The certificate carries such details like the owner’s stock ownership, no. of shares owned, folio number etc. The folio number is unique and the company will immediately freeze it to safeguard against fraud and wrongful transfer. However, if a certificate is lost a duplicate can be obtained by conveying the folio number and other information to the concerned authorities of the concerned company. At the same time, care should be taken in choice of newspapers.

Next, one must lodge a complaint with the police and register a First Information Report (FIR) listing all the details of the share certificate on the basis of which an affidavit, indemnity of bond agreement must be notarised by a public notary. The final step is to get the notice published in an appropriate newspaper. To Book Share Certificate Lost Ad in Newspaper one important consideration is that the ad is carried in newspapers near where the certificates were lost. For instance, if a Mumbai resident lost them while visiting, say, the national capital, the selected newspaper should be one published in NCR Delhi – The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Dainik Jagran, Navbharat Times among others. A copy of the published ad should also be sent to the company authorities.

Share Certificate Lost Ads

Only after verification of all relevant documents, will the duplicate certificates be issued. To receive duplicates, the whole process generally takes up to six weeks after the company receives all the valid documents.

Depending on size, loss of certificate ads published in either classified display or display format in a regional or national daily. While the ad will likely be in black-and-white, coloured elements like the company logo and letterhead can be in colour. The ads are charged in Rs/sq.cm x columns used. You can book your Loss of Share certificate ad in both National & Regional Newspaper.

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