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I am going to order a company registration online. Do I need to obtain signed consents to act as officeholders/members from my clients before I register the company? , but I need to obtain the consent from my clients to act as officeholders. Do you provide blank consents to act?

Yes, before we can register a company in accordance with the Corporations Act 2001, we require signatures from the directors, to show they consent to act, and from the members/shareholders, to show they agree to be bound by the constitution of the company (or an acknowledgment that these people have otherwise provided these consents).

We still provide clean consent forms with the company register, that basically look a little nicer than, say, a thrice-faxed consent signature!

To obtain consent from your clients before ordering the company registration online, you can use these sample consents:

Consent to act as an officeholder

Consent to act as a member