Recovery Of Shares
In the Early days, investment in shares was carried out through physical share certificates. The investments made in a company in the form of shares or debentures by the investors were allotted in physical form. These shares/debentures being in paper form were difficult to store and easily destroyable and losable. It was hard to keep them securely in the paper form as the investors would eventually end up losing them or dismantling them due to various reasons such as shifting from one place to another, wear & tear of the share/Debenture certificate. There could be multiple reasons as listed below for such unclaimed shares in physical form.
MUDS is your one-stop solution to claim these unclaimed shares and does it for you uniquely and differently. At MUDS, you will get complete assistance for all your doubts and queries related to shares, transfer of shares, issue of duplicate shares, transposition of shares, name deletion, etc. In a crux, MUDS will assist you to recover your unclaimed shares. These are some highlighted services from MUDS.
Here are Three of the Major Services You Can Get at MUDS.
Service #1: Share Transmission
What is the Meaning of Share Transmission?
It means transferring shares by Operation of Law i.e transfer of shares in the legal heir after the death of the original shareholder. The Legal heir faces problems with transmission of shares due to reasons including death, insolvency, marriage, lunacy, inheritance, bankruptcy or due to any other “statutory” reasons except natural transfer. Once you have registered for the share transmission with a company, you are not only the shareholder; you are also entitled to all the rights.
Possible Problems and Our Support:
Sometimes Share Transmission becomes very clumsy, It can take a toll on you especially if you are not seeking proper professional advice. We at MUDS are offering assistance to our respected clients on various issues regarding Share Transmission. Have a look at some of the possible challenges you might face during transmission of shares.
Mix up of “Transfer of Shares” and “Transmission of Shares”: It is found to be one of the most common problems faced by shareholders. The Constitution of India’s Companies act highlights the difference between “Transfer of Shares” and “Transmission of Shares” The “Transfer of Share” entirely depends on the shareholder’s act and decision while “Transmission of Share” is completely inclined to the operation of laws. In the case of “Transmission of Share,” shares are transmitted only by inheritance or will, while “transfer of shares” is not always done with specific consideration.
Jointly Held Securities: You can also face problems in share transmission when you are one of the joint holders. In the case of jointly held securities, we can help in name deletion of the other shareholder either by operation of law (in case of death of joint holder) or either when you are seeking the same voluntarily.
Multiple Holdings in Different Companies: In case you have multiple holdings in different companies, if you want successful share transmission, you must have to send the relevant documents to each company and do the follow-ups constantly according to different policies of different companies.
Documents Required For Shares Transmission
Service #2: Transfer of Shares
What does it mean? In marketing terms, transferring the title of the certificate of share from the transferor to transferee is known as the “transfer of shares.” When you are holding shares in physical form and you are the legal heir of the said shares and you are looking forward to transferring such shares in your name, you can connect with Muds for all such transfer related solutions. How Can We Assist You in Transfer of Shares? It is natural to face some common troubles when you are trying to transfer the shares of multiple companies to your name. At MUDS, you get satisfied assistance if you are facing any of the below-mentioned problems.
If you are facing any of the problems mentioned above in “Transfer of Shares,” you don’t need to panic, share your problem with MUDS and you will get full support from our team of Shares recovery experts.
Service #3: Unclaimed Dividend
Understanding Unclaimed Dividend: Companies declare dividends on shares annually and when these dividends are ‘unclaimed’ by the shareholder for a consecutive period of 7 years, they are transferred to IEPF Account. As an investor, you are allowed to claim your unclaimed dividends even after the shares have been transferred to the IEPF account. When and How You Can Get Help From MUDS? There are numerous affected investors of unclaimed dividends even after the government’s constant efforts to ensure the security of unclaimed dividends, deposits, debentures, split shares, bonuses, etc. If you are also one of the sufferers of problems regarding unclaimed shares or unclaimed dividends, you don’t need to worry. MUDS are always here to provide you complete assistance. We will help you to recover the unclaimed dividends and shares or any other bonus or fund. Here are some possible problems you might face during your efforts of recovering unclaimed dividends.
It is all about these three services on offer from MUDS. Feel free to contact us whenever you are facing problems. This is not all about our services and consultations. You can seek our assistance in other legal procedures including micro-financing, litigation, compliance, incorporation, NBFCs, insolvency, and much more. We are always ready to welcome you.
Recover Your Unclaimed Shares Before It's Too Late!
There is an old saying, “invest and forget.” Although it is a sensible recommendation from the perspective of conserving assets, completely forgetting about one’s shareholdings can also lead to losses. India’s leading legal and financial consultancy group “MUDS Management Pvt Ltd” unclaimed shares, dividends, and forgotten shares may be recovered via simple procedures. By bridging the gap between unclaimed shares investments and their rightful owners, we help investors find their hidden wealth. We equip our clients with solutions for IEPF claims and lost shares.
The dematerialization of missing share certificates, which is required to exchange or redeem shares, is not a popular choice among older investors. The actual shares are eventually reduced to paper documents that are put in a file and forgotten. Not all investors are careless; many maintain track of their holdings and save documents related to bank accounts, mutual funds, and equity share certificates. But for them, too, a move, getting older, or becoming sick may quickly derail things.
Why Choose Muds?
We are specialized in recovering unclaimed shares and lost shares. Our team of experts has specialized knowledge in reclaiming your family’s or your hard-earned capital that has been misplaced, forgotten, dismantled shares, or unclaimed shares. If you have long ago forgotten about investments, you or your ancestors made, get in touch with us to recover that lost shares and unleash their full potential. Your long-lost shares claims will be found, and your dreams will come true.
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Our area of expertise is the shares recovery, claims for transferred shares, and dividends. Our professionals will adhere to all protocols and complete all paperwork officially approved by investors to submit an IEPF claim.
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We are serving to a large number of people for quite long now. We aim to solve all the tricky problems related to unclaimed investments of any amount. MUDS are continuously trying to expand its consultancy services and to give the customers a more satisfying experience. Building relationships with trust and reliability are our biggest priority.
If you are holding shares and you don’t have any certificate in physical forms, it is natural to face some complications, especially if you don’t have any other document as the record of your lost shares. But you don’t need to worry. Legal professionals of MUDS are doing the job of solving these cases with huge success. Contact MUDS if you are in such circumstance.
Your comfort is always our priority. We wouldn’t want to give you any problem or discomfort. Your regular physical visit is not required, MUDS team will be in touch with you and send one of the representatives to your address when it is required.
If the name of a company is changed, as a shareholder, you will have to follow the cumbersome process. You can’t trade or sell the holdings until the company issues the new certificates with a new name, address, and stamp of the company.
The merger of two or more companies isn’t something new, and it can happen multiple times. As an investor, you might face tricky problems like swapping ratio of the shares. Don’t create any panic. Come at MUDS; you will get complete assistance and advice from investment experts of MUDS.
Getting back the unclaimed investments is not an easy task. It requires some skills and experience of not only investments and shares, but of lengthy hurting legal procedures as well. Once you share your problems with MUDS, it’s our responsibility to go through all the lengthy legal procedures and make your life comfortable and easy.
The Shares recovery process for IEPF Claim is listed below.
- Claimant's submission to the Authority.
- Presenting the Company with the Claim
- Company's submission of Claim to IEPF Authority.
- A refund is given to the claimant by the IEPF Authority.
Connecting with the team immediately for Shares Recovery is the best approach!
Following the date indicated next to each year, the dividend will be transferred to the Investor Education and Protection Fund. After that, there won't be any further claims made on the unclaimed shares dividend.
Nothing is lost if you try! The sum you provided as a security deposit is recoverable if we are unable to recoup your investments, as is expressly stated in our agreement.
Every document needed varies from instance to case. A fundamental set of identifying documents is needed, including
- Aadhaar card / Passport (for NRI investor)
- PAN Card
- Cancelled cheque
- Investment proof
Documents needed to vary depending on the circumstances, such as name changes, death claim cases, share transfers, unclaimed shares etc. To learn more about the documentation required for your case, contact us immediately.
As soon as you choose MUDS as your shares recovery accomplice, we handle all correspondence, documentation, and procedures for reclaiming unclaimed or dismantled shares. However, some papers, such as the FIR (Missing share certificate), Legal Heir or Succession Certificate, require your physical presence. You don't need to worry; we have a legal staff that can handle everything mentioned above and complete the procedure quickly.
Any person or business that has shares, dividends, matured deposits, or application money that has been transferred to IEPF but has not been claimed may file a claim with IEPF. A legal heir of a dead shareholder may also file an IEPF claim with the IEPF for recovery of lost shares and transfer the interests in their name.
|Serial No.||Unclaimed Investmen||Unclaimed Dividend||Unclaimed Bonus Share|
|1||Unclaimed investments are the investments in different financial forms, and the legal owners are unable to claim for years due to any reason. Usually, the unclaimed investments are found in lapsed insurance policies, unclaimed dividends, mutual funds, split shares, bonuses, etc.||When a dividend is not claimed by the legal shareholder, it is declared an unclaimed dividend. According to the Companies Act 1956, a dividend is declared unclaimed when the actual shareholder doesn’t claim his dividend due to any reason. Dividends not claimed are transferred to a separate account, and the actual investor can claim the amount in the next seven years. If in case the amount isn’t claimed even for seven years, it goes to the Investor Education and Protection Fund, managed and controlled by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.||Various companies give benefits to shareholders in the form of additional or bonus shares. A bonus share is declared ‘unclaimed bonus share’ when the shareholder is unable to get the advantage due to any reason including non-transfer or non-delivery of the shares. If the actual shareholder for quite long does not claim the bonus share, the concerned company transfers it to the suspense account.|