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Dematerialisation Of Shares

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Transfer of Physical Shares ( Death claim matters )
Recovery of Lost Share Certificate
Unclaimed Dividends & Shares / Recovery of Shares Transferred to Investor Education Protection Fund (IEPF)
Recovery of Share through IEPF
Holder Signature Mismatch
Dematerialization of shares and opening of a Demat Account


    The fintech business has a bright future in 2021. It is critical that we progress with the digitalization and freedom of this industry. Trading used to be done with tangible shares, but as time has gone on, it has developed and is now done using Demat Accounts.
    Transfer of Physical Shares
    Lost Shares
    Dismantled Shares
    Torned Shares
    Forgotten Shares
    Death of Original Shareholder
    MUDS is the most trusted and finest organization for transfer of physical sharers, claiming the unclaimed shares, and it does so in a unique and innovative way for you. At MUDS, you will receive thorough answers to all of your questions and concerns about shares, share transfers, duplicate share issues, stock transmissions, and name deletion, among other things. In a pinch, MUDS can help you reclaim your forgotten wealth i.e. unclaimed shares. These are some of MUDS’s most notable services.

    3 of the most prime services offered at MUDS

    1. Transfer of Physical Shares into Demat

    Dematerialization provides flexibility, as well as security and ease. Having share certificate papers in physical formats introduced various dangers, including certificate forgeries, loss of essential share certificates, and subsequent certificate transfer delays. You may avoid these inconveniences by opting for share dematerialization, which entails converting physical share certificates into demat form.
    A Demat account gives traders a digital status where they may store their shares with the necessary safeguards. It also eliminates a number of hazards associated with physical shares, including theft, counterfeiting, loss, and damage. These shares, once converted from physical certificates to electronic form, can operate smoothly in terms of trade and settlement in the event of liquidation. The transfer of shares is rapid and simple because everything is done on a digital platform.

    Benefits of Transfer of Physical Shares Into Demat

    It was discovered that the shares were held in the form of share certificates prior to 1997. The Demat format, on the other hand, was established to address concerns about physical shares, as the prior method had certain issues.
    The shares must be acquired through a broker and accompanied by a transfer document. The entire procedure took a long time and was beset by severe roadblocks including signature mismatches, payment issues, and misplaced share certificates in transit.
    When shares were dematerialized, these issues were resolved. Because each electronic record is ISIN-authenticated, you don’t have to worry about the shares’ authenticity. The electronic storage method for Dematerialised shares has also solved the storage and maintenance problems. Because it should be in Demat format.
    Electronic shares are far safer than physical shares.
    In the stock market, you cannot trade without a Demat account.
    Allows for the storage of several securities in one location.
    Extremely secure, as theft, forgeries, loss, and damage are all eliminated.
    Trading on-the-go is possible due to platform independence.
    Relatively less expensive, with little handling fees

    How To Convert Physical Shares Into Demat?

    It is the process of changing your physical share certificate into an electronic version and storing it in a Demat account with a depository participant (DP), who works as a middleman between the business and the depository. If you wish to dematerialize your physical shares, you must follow the instructions provided by depositories like NSDL and CDSL.

    Documents Required For Transfer of Physical Shares Into Demat

    Certified copy of death certificate.
    Request application for the transmission from legal heir(s) or representatives.
    Letter of Administration or Succession Certificate or Probate of Will.
    Specimen signature of the successor(s).
    Document Required

    Documents Required For Transfer Of Physical Shares Into Demat

    Certified copy of death certificate.
    Request application for the transmission from legal heir(s) or representatives.
    Letter of Administration or Succession Certificate or Probate of Will.
    Specimen signature of the successor(s).

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      Recovery of share through IEPF

      IEPF Recovery Works To Withdraw Unclaimed Shares & Dividends.

      IEPF Recovery is dedicated to recovering your shares and dividends from the Government of India’s IEPF Authority. We use the most competent legal advisors in financial market difficulties so that you can acquire your shares with the fewest obstacles and the quickest time possible.
      100% success rate in recovering shares and dividends
      Ensures that the appropriate and targeted document is produced.
      Investments from ancient Mutual Funds are being recouped.
      Write to us……and we assure the safest and most reliable recovery of unclaimed shares…..

      We have a thorough understanding of the entire procedure.

      Is it difficult for you to reclaim your unclaimed shares? Or are you becoming upset with all of this? If this is the case, IEPF Recovery is the best option for you. We understand not just your need for the shares or dividends, but also the whole procedure of recovering them from the IEPF Authority.

      We understand the proper and focused documentation procedure

      With years of experience in the documentation process, we strive for our customers to get their shares back. We are well-versed in the proper and most focused documentation necessary to reclaim your shares.

      Take advantage of our services and leave the rest to us.

      Once you come to us and start using our services, you won’t have to worry about retrieving your unclaimed shares. Everything that stands between you and your shares will be taken care of by us.

      Transmission of Shares

      What do you understand about the Share Transmission Service?

      It refers to the transfer of shares by operation of law, that is, following the death of the original shareholder, the shares are transferred to the legal heir. Death, insolvency, marriage, insanity, inheritance, bankruptcy, or any other “statutory” reason other than natural transfer might cause complications for the legal successor with the transfer of shares. You are not only the shareholder but also the owner of all rights after you have registered for share transfer with a firm.


      Share Transmission can be sloppy at times, and it can take a toll on you if you don’t seek competent expert help. We at MUDS are here to help our valued clients with a variety of Share Transmission difficulties. Take a look at some of the issues you can experience throughout the share transfer process.

      “Transfer of Shares” and “Transmission of Shares” are interchangeable terms: It is discovered to be one of the most typical issues that shareholders encounter. The distinction between “Transfer of Shares” and “Transmission of Shares” is highlighted in India’s Companies Act. The “Transfer of Share” is totally dependent on the action and choice of the shareholder, whereas the “Transmission of Share” is wholly dependent on the operation of laws. Shares are only passed down by inheritance or will in the event of “Transmission of Shares,” whereas “Transfer of Shares” is not usually done with special care.

      Jointly Held Securities: If you are one of the joint holders, you may experience issues with share transmission. In the case of jointly owned stocks, we may assist you in removing the other shareholder’s name either by operation of law (in the event of a co holder’s death) or voluntarily.

      Several Holdings in Separate Businesses: If you have multiple holdings in different companies, you must provide appropriate documentation to each firm and follow-up on a regular basis according to each company’s standards.


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      Frequently Asked Questions on Dematerialisation of Shares
      How Long Does It Take To Dematerialize Shares?

      It usually takes roughly 30 days. However, if your procedure is going more than 30 days, you should contact your DP. If he is unable to assist you, you may file a complaint with a CDSL or NSDL investor complaint cell.

      Is It Still Possible To Transfer Physical Shares To Demat?

      Yes, by creating a Demat account, you can convert your physical shares to Demat. Your physical shares are dematerialized and converted into an electronic format via a Demat account. Make sure, however, that the account is opened in the same name as the shareholder. The Demat account must be created in the name of all joint owners in the case of joint owners.

      Is Demat Of Physical Shares Required?

      Yes, Demat of your physical shares is required. Dematerialisation makes investing and trading easier while also reducing the risk of fraud and frauds. The Securities and Exchange Board of India established this rule (SEBI). SEBI requires that all investors exclusively trade and invest in dematerialized shares. You’ll need to create a Demat account for this.

      What Does The Physical Shares Form Have In Common?

      Physical shares are certificates of ownership that show how much of a firm you own. Although they are no longer in use, they were formerly common and were given to investors when they bought stock in a firm. Until they were redeemed, investors had to securely keep these certificates. Physical shares, on the other hand, have been phased out in favor of Demat shares, which can be maintained in a Demat account in a dematerialized or electronic state.

      If The Company Is Liquidated, Under What Mechanism Are The Creditors Compensated?

      There is a ‘waterfall mechanism’ as to the priority of claimants specified by the Code, and the debt shall be returned accordingly.