Connect with us

News

How to replace a lost share certificate

Published

on

0230802_JP_Healy_1000x600.jpg

By John Healy of Healy Insurances   

If a share or stock certificate is lost or accidentally destroyed the shareowner will need to give an undertaking to the issuing company that the certificate has been lost, and not charged or assigned, before the company registrar can issue a duplicate.

This undertaking also requires the shareowner to indemnify the registrar against any loss arising out of the issue of a duplicate certificate. The issuing company will require an insurer to join in the undertaking as a guarantor.

The undertaking does not relieve the shareowner from their obligation to make good any future loss incurred by the insurer as a result of them joining in the indemnity.

Usually the following information would be required in order to issue an indemnity:

* A completed proposal form

* The share indemnity form that is provided by the registrar

* Proof of identity

* Proof of address

Confirmation from your solicitor and/or bank may be required to confirm that the share certificates are not held in trust.

The cost of providing the indemnity is based on the amount of the shares and the share price on the day of quotation.

At Healy Insurances, we have vast experience in this area and can provide the service and advice should you need to replace lost share certificates.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

News

Documents for driving abroad in Europe

By John Healy of Healy Insurances As of August 2021, a green card (or international motor insurance card) is no longer required for travel in the European Economic Area. This […]

Published

on

0233110_JP_Healy_1000x600.jpg

By John Healy of Healy Insurances

As of August 2021, a green card (or international motor insurance card) is no longer required for travel in the European Economic Area.

This area includes all the European Union countries plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway. You also don’t need a green card for Andorra, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia and Switzerland.

If you are travelling with your vehicle to the named counties you will still need to bring:

Your certificate of motor insurance
Your vehicle licencing certificate
Your driving licence
Your passport

If you are taking a company owned, hired or borrowed vehicle, you will need a letter of authorisation from the registered owner along with the vehicle licencing certificate.

It is important to check the legal requirements for the country you are driving in. Some EU countries including France will require you to carry the following items:

Reflective jackets for each occupant of the vehicle
Warning triangle
Headlamp beam deflectors
Breathalyser test
Spare bulb kit
First Aid Kit (compulsory in Austria, France and Germany)

It is advisable to have your travel insurance details, European breakdown cover details, health insurance details and your European Health Insurance card in your possession. Travel safe.

Continue Reading

News

Flesk Fest promises to be a great evening of fun

By Michelle Crean Glenflesk GAA are planning a fun filled evening of top class entertainment. The Flesk Fest takes place on Saturday July 16 at 4pm in The Kerryway Steakhouse […]

Published

on

0233188_flesk_fest_2022.jpg

By Michelle Crean

Glenflesk GAA are planning a fun filled evening of top class entertainment.

The Flesk Fest takes place on Saturday July 16 at 4pm in The Kerryway Steakhouse & Bar.

Two exciting bands ‘All Folk’d Up’ and ‘Super Ceili’ will be playing and there’ll be plenty of fun and games and a delicious barbecue, raffle with some great prizes, and of course the ever popular Hang Tough Challenge!

“Please come out and support this great event! Tell your friends and we will make it a night to remember,” Seamus Healy from Glenflesk GAA said.

” Admission is only €15, and tickets are available from Mary McCarrick 087 7750773, Padraig O’Sullivan 087 0530384 or any club officer. They are also available in the Kerryway on the night.

Continue Reading

Trending