A Notice of Change of Name is a letter used to inform the contacts of the sender that the sender has changed their name. Usually, people or organization change their names and when this happens, it becomes necessary to inform their contacts about this change.
This letter details the old name of the sender, the sender's new name, the name and particulars of the recipient of the letter etc.
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This document can be used by a person or an organization that has changed its name. The sender may inform their banks, newspaper publishers, Corporate Affairs Commission, friends, business partners, etc. about their name change.
After filling this form, the document should be printed and the sender must sign the document. If the sender of the letter is a registered organization (for example, company, business name, incorporated trustees etc.), an authorized representative of the organization must sign the document. The representative here must be a person in position of office (such as a managing partner, director, general manager etc.).
After the document has been signed, it must be issued to the recipient. The sender may keep a copy for their record.
The Companies and Allied Matters Act is applicable to organizations that have changed their names. Also, Births, Death (Compulsory Registration) Act.
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