Legal Documents for your business

Create a free Transfer of Shares

Create for free

This legal document has been provided by Lexis Nexis

Transfer of Shares

Transfer of Shares

eSign with Lawpath
5.0 (1)
Under 5 minutes
Under 5 minutes
Last updated December 2018
Last updated February 19, 2020
Suitable for all Australian states and territories
Suitable for all Australian states and territories

A Share Transfer Form is a legal document that facilitates the formal transfer of shares in a company. Customisable and ready to use in under 5 mins.

Get started

Document Overview

A Share Transfer Form is a legal document that facilitates the formal transfer of shares in a company. 

Use this Share Transfer Form if:

  • You wish to transfer shares from an individual or company to another company or individual.

What does this Share Transfer Form cover?

  • The transfer of shares according to the terms of the Constitution

  • Acceptance of the transfer of shares and paying the purchase price

Further information:

Document Reviews

No reviews available.

How it works

Follow the steps below and you’ll have your ready-to-use document in no time.

Step 1

Set up a free Lawpath account

Step 2

Search and find the document you need from our list

Step 3

Follow the prompts and fill in all the relevant details

Step 4

Download your document in ready-to-use PDF or Docx* format. Access from any device, at anytime.

A giant library of template documents combined with a legal marketplace make this a must have for any small business owner.
Jake Benjafield

Create and access documents anytime, anywhere by signing up to our monthly or annual subscription plan

Sign up now

Recent Articles

Recent Articles

Lawpath Update: eSignature Sharing is Now Live

Our new eSignature sharing tool allows you to send your legal documents to others to be signed online in a matter of minutes.

3 Reasons Why You Should Have a Virtual Registered Office Address (2020 Update)

Having a virtual office address for your company not only protects your privacy, but can also make your company more efficient. Read more here.

What Is PAYG Withholding? (2020 Update)

Employers are required to withhold partial amounts of their employee's payment for tax purposes. Find out how PAYG Withholding works here.
Not sure what you need?
Call and speak to one of our
consultants for free on
1800 529 728
Australia’s leading
Online legal website

Lawpath has been recognised as a
leader and innovator across the legal

Safe and Secure

We keep all your information
encrypted to ensure your
privacy and safety.