A share certificate issued by the Company is a proof of the shareholder's title to shares in the Company. If a shareholder lost any share certificate, he/she should report to the Company’s registrar and apply for the issue of a replacement share certificate as soon as possible. A replacement share certificate will be issued subject to the fulfilment of such conditions as to evidence and provision of indemnity as the Company may consider appropriate, as well as payment of the scrip fee and relevant administration costs involved.
Pursuant to the Companies Ordinance (Chapter 622 of the Laws of Hong Kong), the Company is required to publish notices in specified form before replacement of lost share certificates, which include, among other things, a Notice of Intention to Issue New Share Certificates, and a Notice of Cancellation of Original Share Certificate and Issue of New Certificate on its website. Shareholders may refer to the aforesaid notices set out below.
Notices of Intention to Issue New Share Certificates (made pursuant to section 164(1) of the Companies Ordinance)
Notices of Cancellation of Original Share Certificate and Issue of New Certificate (made pursuant to section 166(1) of the Companies Ordinance)