Companies in Australia are registered and governed by ASIC. Companies are recognised as separate legal entities to the shareholders, this means a company has its own legal rights and as a shareholder you are not ordinarily liable for the company’s liabilities.
Occupiers Consent to use Registered Office
Consent for all members
Notice of Appointment of Public Officer
Minutes of First Meeting for all members
Application for Shares
Register of Members and directors
Table of Forms & Documents Lodged with ASIC
Common Seal Register
Register of Debenture Holders
Self Managed Superannuation Fund
A SMSF is a private superannuation fund that the members self-manage. Regulated by the Australian taxation office. SMSF’s can have up to 4 members. All members must be trustees (or directors if there is a corporate trustee) and are responsible for decisions made about the fund. And complying with all relevant laws
SMSF Trust Deed and Rules
Application by Member Notice to Member and Trustee
Information Memorandum - Binding Death
Information Memorandum - Investment Strategy
Product Disclosure Statement
Resolution SMSF Establishment
ABN Registration for Superannuation Entities
Discretionary Trust Deed
Resolution of establishment
Discretionary trust is one of Australia’s most common small business structures. As the name applies a discretionary trust provides the trustee with discretion over who receives distribution from the trust and in accordance with specified trust terms. It is accepted in every Australian state. Most important discretionary trusts provide a great deal of flexibility regarding the distribution of income.
Fixed unit trust
A fixed unit trust differs from the discretionary trust in that generally the trustee does not have discretion over distribution of capital or income. Distribution from the trust are determined according to the number of units held and in the manner dictated by the trust. Fixed unit trust may be eligible for a land tax threshold.
Fixed Unit Trust Deed
Resolution of Unit Holder Acceptance
Unit Holder Acceptance and Certificate
Unit trust Resolution
Trust Deed - Non Fixed Land Tax Unit Trust
Resolution - Additional Allotment of Units
Unit Holder Additional Units Certificate - UT
Unit trust Resolution
Non fixed unit trust
A fixed unit trust differs from the discretionary trust in that generally the trustee does not have discretion over distribution of capital or income. Distribution from the trust are determined according to the number of units held and in the manner dictated by the trust.
A Hybrid Trust bears characteristics of both Discretionary and Unit Trusts, whereby the Trustee is given power to distribute trust income and capital amongst nominated beneficiaries (as with Discretionary Trusts). The income and capital, can also be distributed in a proportional method (as with Unit Trusts) relative to the number of units held by each beneficiary.
Hybrid Trust Deed
information Memorandum Hybrid trust Tax consequences