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Officeholder Resignation Letter

Officeholder Resignation Letter

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Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 18, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Letter of Resignation used to notify that an officeholder is resigning from their position of employment. Customisable and ready for use in under 5 minutes.

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Document Overview

Resigning as an officeholder of a company

One of your obligations as an officeholder of a company is to provide adequate notice if you resign your position. Under s 203A of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), a person can resign as director of a company by giving written notice to the company at the company’s registered address.

Beyond this, the company from which an officeholder resigns needs to provide details of the resignation to ASIC. This needs to be done within 28 days of the resignation to avoid incurring any late fees. Notification can be by providing the text of the resignation letter submitted by the officeholder and lodging the relevant form.

Regardless of the reason you are resigning from your position as an officeholder of a company, it is always important to provide notice to the company.

An Officeholder Resignation Letter is a formal and professional way to inform the company of your intention to resign from your position.

 

Use this Officeholder Resignation Letter if:

  • You are an Officeholder informing your company of your intention to resign from your current position as company officeholder.

What does the Officeholder Resignation Letter cover?

  • Intention of resignation as Officeholder; and
  • Contact details.

Other names for Officeholder Resignation Letter include:

  • Resignation Letter; and
  • Notice of Resignation.

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