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What is the buy-back of shares?

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When a company repurchase its own share from the market to reduce the number of share it is called buy-back of shares. As per the Section 77A of the Companies Act, 1956 the procedure for buy back of share would be as follows 

(i) First of all the Articles of the Association must authorise the company for the buy-back of shares. 

(ii) A special resolution must be passed in the companies’ Annual general body meeting. 

(iii) The amount of buy-back of shares should not exceed 25% of the paid-up capital and free reserves. 

(iv) The debt-equity ratio should not be more than a ratio of 2:1 after the buyback. 

(v) All the shares of buy-back should be fully paid-up. 

(vi) The buy-back of the shares should be completed within 12 months from the date of passing the special the resolution. 

(vii) The company should file a solvency declaration with the Registrar and’ SEBI which must be signed by at least two directors of the company. –

Sources for Buy-back of Share

(i) Free reserves. 

(ii) Securities premium account. 

(iii) Proceeds of any shares or other specified securities, provided that no buy-back of any kind of shares or other specified securities shall be made out of the proceeds of the earlier issues of the similar kind of shares or specified securities.

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