Now with this responsive web design, you can easily change the text size to fit your eyesight needs.
Shortcut If you browse on Companies Registry (CR) Homepage on a desktop computer, a modern web browser will allow you to hold down the Ctrl key (Command key on a Macintosh) and press the + or - key to increase or decrease the text size, and 0 to go back to the default size.
On a smartphone or a tablet, you can simply pinch open on the screen to zoom in (i.e. to enlarge) and pinch close to zoom out (i.e. to reduce) everything.
Menu You may also change the text size from the menu. Choose from the following web browsers for specific instructions:
Chrome On the Page menu, select Zoom, then Larger.
Firefox On the View menu, select Zoom, then Zoom In. Or you may click on the Menu icon and select + or - to make the text size bigger or smaller.
Internet Explorer / Edge On the View menu, select Text Size, then Largest. Or you may click on the IE Settings icon, select Zoom, then choose a percentage or click Zoom In.
Opera On the View menu, select Zoom. Then choose a percentage.
Safari On the View menu, select Make Text Bigger.
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The new Companies Ordinance (Cap. 622) ("the new CO") adopts a mandatory system of no-par for all local companies with a share capital and retires the par value of shares, in line with international trends and to provide companies with greater flexibilities in structuring their share capital.
Par value (also known as "nominal value") is the minimum price at which shares can generally be issued. Before the implementation of the new CO, companies incorporated in Hong Kong and having a share capital are required to have a par value ascribed to their shares. The Administration has legislated for the migration to mandatory no-par. Relevant concepts such as nominal value, share premium, and requirement for authorised capital are no longer necessary and are abolished.
The "no-par" regime has become effective upon commencement of the new CO on 3 March 2014. The migration to no-par shares applies to all local companies.
There are transitional and deeming provisions in Schedule 11 to the new CO relating to the move from par value shares to no-par value shares. The provisions are intended to provide legislative safeguards to ensure that contractual rights defined by reference to par value and related concepts will not be affected by the abolition of par.
Nonetheless, individual companies may wish to review their particular situation to determine if they need to introduce specific changes to relevant company documents having regard to their own circumstances. The documents include the company's constitutional documents, contracts entered into by the company, trust deeds involving the company and share certificates issued by the company.
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