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Stock Certificate

A physical document that gives the person or company listed a portion of ownership in a publicly-traded company. Stock certificates often contain a great deal of information, such as the owner's name, a right attached to the ownership (such as a warrant), or something else entirely. Stock certificates are vitally important as one may use them in court to prove a fact alleged.

share certificate

a document which is issued to a SHAREHOLDER in a company which serves as proof of ownership of SHARES in the company. See TRANSFER DEED.

share certificate

a document that is issued to a SHAREHOLDER in a company and that serves as proof of ownership of SHARES in the company.
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Account holders selling before the end of the year are charged pounds 10 and people with share certificates pounds 13.
NEARLY a quarter of a million Britons aged over 50 have found hidden share certificates when sorting through a friend's or a relative's house after they had died, according to estimates.
Rangers reacted with bemusement after Ibrox hate figures Charles Green and Brian Stockbridge's names were found on the club's new share certificates.
You kept the share certificate with your other papers and forgot to demat it even when it was made mandatory.
We also offer a VIP shareholder's pack including a share certificate, framed photograph, unlimited visits to see your horse in training, registration of the partnership with the BHA and a level of support unequalled anywhere in racing.
About 1.4m HBOS private shareholders (the majority) do not have a share certificate but instead hold their shares through the HBOS Shareholder Account (a nominee account), as a customer of Halifax Share Dealing or in the HBOS Share ISA.
TO find out if an old share certificate has any value, you'll need to contact the company's registrars, which maintain the lists of shareholders.
They are charging pounds 45 plus postage and packaging for a framed share certificate - yet Celtic's shares are priced at 82p, while a Rangers share costs pounds 2.05.
With the clock ticking, Michael remembers his father owned shares in the bank, which might provide a solution to their problem - but can he find the share certificate which will provide the evidence they need to help them keep their home?
From that time, he did not hear anything again about the shares allocation/allotment nor was a share certificate delivered to him until 2012 when he accidentally received a dividend bonus certificate issued on the shares in 2008.