This Stock Transfer (or share transfer) Form is used to record the transfer of unpaid or partly paid shares from one shareholder to another.
This stock transfer form is known as ‘J10‘ as it relates to the transfer of unpaid or partly paid shares. It is a standard document that can be used to transfer existing shares.
It contains details of the seller (or gifter) of the shares and the receiver, the type and number of shares being transferred as well as any consideration that has been paid for the shares.
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