First, what exactly is a register?
A register is a record of certain company information that must be kept because it’s a Corporations Act 2001.
Also, below I will use the term ‘shareholder’ because it's more familiar than 'member'.
Finally, I will only be covering companies with under 50 shareholders and companies that are not on the stock exchange.
Now, section 169 of the Corporations Act 2001 states the register information to keep for each shareholder, namely:
These are the details of former shareholders that you'll need to keep and you can keep these separate to the rest of your register.
If your private company has made crowd sourced funding offers, your shareholder register must include:
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