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Answer / vass
The amount of capital that a company has been authorized to
raise by way of equity and preference shares through the
Articles of Association / Memorandum of Association of the
company. This is typically the capital at the time it has
been incorporated. The face value is also closely linked to
the first issue of authorized capital.
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Answer / ankita
the amount of capital that the company can potentially
issue as per the memorandum is authorised capital.
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Answer / chandrakant tate
The capital which invest by the company owners for the
support of company is allow to raise by issuing shares which
is limited bu expandable for company as well share holder
profit.And is also essential to use in organization as
maximum in working
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Answer / ujjwal
The amount of equity capital, measured at par value, that a
company is allowed to raise by issuing shares, as set out
in its memorandum of association. A company does not
necessarily issue shares to the limit of its authorised
capital; its authorised capital might be $10 million and
its paid-up capital $5 million. On the other hand, by
issuing shares at a premium, a company can raise
considerably more cash than its authorised capital. The
authorised capital may be increased by the vote of a
general meeting of the company's shareholders, provided
this is permitted by the articles of association.
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Answer / tayyaba fatima
Authorized capital is the capital to which an organization
is authorised to use in the business and maximum amount that
can be used for the working of organization.
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Answer / ketan
it is also called registerd capital, bcoz it is capital
which is regestered by regegister of the company.
& its also called nominal capital ,bcoz the company has
this capital ,only in name& only a portion of this is
collected through public subccription ,.
. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL: DEFINITION
it is a maximum amount of a capital which a company is
authorized to raise from public by issue of shares.& it is
capital which is mentioned under the capital cluase of the
memorandum of association of the company .
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Answer / nasir ayoubi
Authorized capital is the Capital or share which organization is authorize to does its business "Purchase or sale" its called Authorized capital. or we can say the amount of money that the organization is own to does its business is called Authorized capital.
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Answer / naveen agarwal
Authorised Capital mean the capital which the company
raised by the issue of equity share to public.
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