In case of Loss of Share Certificates, a shareholder primarily needs to lodge the First Information Report, in order to request for marking stop transfer of deed against the lost certificates and prepare an affidavit and the indemnity bond agreement. Next publishing a newspaper advertisement for lost share certificates is mandatory.
Notice on newspaper for Lost Share Certificates is a usual practice. Shareholders might select newspapers of the region of the registered office of the company. By this, the public shall be intimated about the loss and the company shall then issue a duplicate share certificate in lieu of the original one. But the duplicate share shall be only issued once no objection is received within the prescribed time. Shareholders need to present the documents including the copy of the advertisement released in the newspaper to the company at the time of issuing the duplicate share certificate, failing which the company might not issue the same. The registrars shall issue the duplicate share certificate only after verification of the documents provided.
Now newspaper advertisement for loss of share certificate is booked in national and regional newspapers. Usually, these ads are booked in black and white classified display and display formats. You can check out the ad samples and the pre-designed templates on our website for booking them on your own. Classified display or display ads are column ads measured and charged on per square centimeter basis. The company logo can also be used in the ad content along with the ad text. Only a few handful newspapers allow booking public notice ads in text format. In order to find out more, visit our online portal. But before booking your ad, you need to keep your FIR copy or affidavit copy ready.
So browse through our portal and see the options that are available for advertising. We provide guidance from media experts to our clients so that they get the best response from the advertisement. We also offer different discount packages to our advertisers. Since we are accredited by INS, the publication houses share with us their rate cards directly without any extra commission charge and we update the same on our portal for our advertisers.
releaseMyAd simplifies advertising experience by saving time and money. It was founded in 2008 with the idea of booking ads online in national and local newspapers of India. With the aim to make advertising easy for the clients, we created a user-friendly portal. Now if you are convinced to book ads through our portal, follow 3 easy ad booking steps given below –
- Visit our website and select the category ‘Lost Share Certificates Notice’
- Then send us a query mentioning your name, contact information, and company
- After that, you will get the quotation from our media planners. Once you receive the ad quotation, proceed on our website to clear the payment through our various online modes, while we process the ad for you.
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