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Legal Update

The Government Consults on Subsidiary Legislation for Implementation of the new Companies Ordinance – Phase Two

3 December 2012
Mayer Brown JSM Legal Update

As explained in our previous Legal Update "New Companies Ordinance Expected to Take Effect in 2014", the new Companies Ordinance (CO) was gazetted on 10 August 2012 and is expected to take effect in 2014. For the purpose of facilitating the implementation of the new CO, 12 pieces of subsidiary legislation are required to be legislated to provide for administrative, technical and procedural matters.

The consultation on the 12 pieces of subsidiary legislation is conducted in two phases. The Government launched the Phase One consultation on seven pieces of subsidiary legislation on 28 September 2012 and the consultation ended on 9 November 2012. Please refer to our previous Legal Update "The Government Consults on Subsidiary Legislation for Implementation of the new Companies Ordinance – Phase One" for details of the Phase One consultation.

Closely following the Phase One consultation, the Phase Two consultation was launched on 2 November 2012 on the following five pieces of subsidiary legislation:

  • Companies (Trading Disclosures) Regulation
  • Companies (Revision of Financial Statements and Reports) Regulation
  • Companies (Disclosure of Information about Benefits of Directors) Regulation
  • Companies (Residential Addresses and Identification Numbers) Regulation
  • Companies (Unfair Prejudice Proceedings) Rules

All comments in response to the "Subsidiary Legislation for Implementation of the new Companies Ordinance – Phase Two Consultation Document" (Consultation Paper) should be submitted on or before 14 December 2012. 
 

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