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    Bar Coded Original CoR14.3 Registration Certificate

    Hi All

    Does any-one know how to obtain a " Bar Coded Original CoR14.3 Registration Certificate " . I went to the Cape Town CIPC office and was informed they no longer issue them and I should get it online. Ive browsed the CIPC Website under Free Disclosure, but still can not find one for official use.

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    On the CIPC website, click Additional Services on the top menu. You'll be directed to the old CIPC website. Log on and click Disclosures - Companies from the menu. Type in the info and retrieve your registration certificate. The cost is (was?) R30.

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    Morning,

    What would the procedure be to get hold of the CK1 / CK2? I tried the same process, but it simply provided me with a confirmation.

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    @ BeanCounter. Im in agreement with dllatjie. I have used the disclosure tab and paid the R30, but this doesnt give you an officially usable document, as it doesnt have a bar-code at the bottom. So, it just amounts to confirmation. Yes, banks and big finance company's are willing to confirm a company's status this way, but if you handing in to Government agencies they want an official document, they not willing to take the time to go to disclosure and confirm.

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    I confirmed with the bank, they request this disclosure form anyway, just to check that the CK1 is correct.

    I have found contact details on CIPC's website, but not sure if they will be able to provide me with the correct details. Here is the link:

    http://www.cipc.co.za/Disclosures_Contacts.aspx

    Then they forwarded me a form, An MOO2 form to send them, which is very unclear, but if I understand it correctly, it will cost R0.50 for the documents. See below:

    M002_v7.pdf

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    @Dellatjie, I use the same function and ask for disclosure of a Close Corporation.

    @Elijah, I missed the part where you asked about a bar-coded registration form. I know what you mean, I received the bar-coded CoR14.3 via email upon registration of a new company but if you want it for an existing company I believe you have to complete form M002 and email it to disclosure@cipc.co.za. Have a look at http://www.cipc.co.za/Disclosures.aspx. The banks are quite anal about the bar-coded CoR14.3. Best of luck and please give us feedback!

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    @Beancounter,

    I submitted the M002 early in July, but have not received feedback yet. I received a read receipt.

    Where do I follow up on this matter? There is no telephone number for these people?

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    @Dellatjie, see my message in your inbox

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    @ Beancounter, interested to know what your response is in the Inbox. I would also like to pose the question/statement. What-if one obtains the Free Disclosure [R30] and stamps it with a commissioner of oaths, should this not suffice for other Institutes besides banks [Because the banks verify, by obtaining the free disclosure themselves, whereas govt agencies, would not take the time out to verify for themselves.]

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    It seems like this MOO2 form is a long drawn out process and on a cost/benefit basis not worthwhile. ?

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