Re-issue of Redeemed Debentures

A company may issue debentures previously redeemed, either reissuing the debentures or issuing others in their place unless the Articles or a contract or resolution, recorded at a General Meeting, or terms of issue or some other act of the company expressly or impliedly manifest the intention that, on redemption, the debentures shall be canceled. However, the re-issue of redeemed debentures or the issue of others in their place are treated as a new issue for the purpose of stamp duty and the rights and privileges attaching to the debentures that re-issued shall be the same as if the debentures had never been redeemed. On these considerations, it is necessary for the auditor to verify the re-issue of debentures in the same manner as those issued for the first time.

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