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Conversion of A Public Limited Company To A Private Limited Company

In some jurisdictions a public limited company may re-register as a private limited company or private unlimited company at any time with few formalities.

A court may also order a public company to re-register as private on approving a 'minute of reduction' of share capital which results in the issued share capital falling below the statutory minimum. In such a case the court will also specify alterations to the company's memorandum and articles. A special resolution to re-register is not required.

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