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I have changed my name (due to reasons other than marriage) and wish to get my shares certificate in my new name. How should I proceed?

In case of change in name, the shareholder/ Debenture holder is required to provide following documents to the company:
 

  • Affidavit as per format given in the link below.
  • Certified copy of document (s) evidencing change in your name viz, notification in official gazette, news paper cutting notifying change in your name, identification proof in the new name e.g, passport /Voter Id card/Pan card etc.
  • Share/debenture certificate(s) in original

The above mentioned details should be sent at the following address:
 

I am holding share of Yash Papers Ltd. which were acquired before marriage. Consequent upon my marriage I wish to get my shares recorded in new name. How should I proceed?

In case of change of name due to marriage, the shareholder is required to provide following documents to the company:
 

  • Affidavit as per format given in the link below.
  • Certified copy of marriage certificate
  • Share/debenture certificate(s) in original

The above mentioned details should be sent at the following address:
 

I am holding shares the physical form and wish to convert the same in demat form. What should I do?

As per the SEBI requirements, shares of Yash Papers Limited have to be compulsorily traded in electronic form. Dematerialisation is the process wherein the shares held in physical form are converted into electronic entries. The holding is reflected as a credit balance in the demat account held by the shareholder.

Some of the main advantages of holding shares in demat form are:
 

I am holding shares in the physical form and wish to avail the benefit of ECS i.e receipt of the dividend and other payments directly to my bank account. What should I do?

ECS (Electronic Clearing Service) is a facility provided by RBI whereby the shareholders can authorize the company to credit the amount of dividend directly to the shareholders’ specified bank account. The facility currently is available for limited locations and is free of cost. Payments through ECS are not only very convenient but also ensure increased protection against fraudulent interception and encashment of dividend warrants by eliminating loss/ damage of dividend warrants in transit. Currently, the scheme is applicable

The Shares were held in the name of my deceased relative’s and I am the Legal Heir. How do I get the shares transmitted in my name?

For transmission of shares held in the single name of the deceased, the legal heirs have to send to the Company at the address mentioned below, the following documents:
 

My Dividend/Interest/Refund warrant(s) has lapsed (the validity has expired). How do I claim the money?

In the event of Dividend/Interest/Refund warrant(s) becoming stale or outdated or mutilated and become non presentable to the bank, the said Dividend/Interest/Refund warrant(s) may be sent to the Company under the cover of a simple letter for issue of a duplicate instrument.

The Documents should be sent to the company at the following address:

I have Lost / Misplaced my Dividend/Interest/Refund warrant(s). How do I get Duplicate Dividend/Interest/Refund warrant(s) Issued ?

In case of the loss/ non receipt of Dividend/Interest/Refund warrant(s), the shareholder/debenture holder can apply to the company for the issue of duplicate Dividend/Interest/Refund warrant(s) by following the below mentioned process :