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Register of Debentures

Register of Debentures

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Under 10 minutes
Under 10 minutes
Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 18, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Register of Debentures is a record of documents issued by your company that acknowledges or creates existing debt, or makes a provision for the repayment of a future loan. Customisable and ready to use in under 10 minutes.

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A Register of Debentures is a record of documents issued by your company that acknowledges or creates existing debt, or makes a provision for the repayment of a future loan. It is essential, and required by Australian law, that your company keeps a record of the debenture holders in your company in a Register of Debentures. 

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