Stock Transfer Form J30

Share transfer form

A stock transfer form, also known as a share transfer form is a legal document to record details of transfer of share(s) from one shareholder to another.

You can download the form J30 stock transfer form, and as an added value, will also receive in the same download, a share certificate template that can be used time and time again.

What to look for

Key Features

What you will get

What to look for

When buying a stock transfer from a website you must ensure that you will be getting the latest document of the stock transfer form. Legislative changes affecting the transfer of shares came into force more than a year ago. However, the nature of internet is such that the search engines  continue  to index pages that have not been updated.

Our assurance to our customers is that our stock transfer form is up to date (last updated in July 2011) and is compliant with the latest HMRC legislation.

 

Key Features

Our stock transfer form is suitable for private and public limited companies incorporated in England, Wales and Scotland and includes the amendments made in the stamp duty by the Chancellor of Exchequer. These changes came into effect for instruments executed on or after 13 March 2008.

The stock transfer form should be stamped by the HMRC prior to being lodged with the Company for registration. There are a number of transactions falling within an exempt category. These are discussed in the guidance notes that will come with the stock transfer form.

What you will get

  • Latest version of stock transfer form in .pdf format that can
    be completed on screen.
  • The form has been amended in line with changes announced by the Chancellor in the 2008 Budget.
  • Self certification form is part of the same document for transactions less than £1,000.
  • Guidance notes for completion of stock transfer  form and the overall share transfer procedure.
  • Share certificate template that can be used time and time again. Our share certificate template is compliant with the latest legislation of Companies Act 2006.
  • Guidance notes for completing of a share certificate.
  • Telephone or email support from professional eformations staff.