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Re Companies Act 1963, for a private limited company - whats

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Re Companies Act 1963, for a private limited company - what's the difference between a Register of Directors (just the minimum of two), and a Register of Members?
Specifically, one executive director is a shareholder (1 share allotted from authorised shares of 1 million), the other is a non-executive director (no sahres). Are each of these individuals Members, or otherwise..?
Tx, Gary

Buachaill :

1. To be a member of a company, you must be a shareholder. Accordingly, in relation to these two gentlemen you refer to, only the executive director with one allotted share is to be entered on the Register of Members, as he is the only shareholder. The non executive director is not a member as he is not a shareholder, even if he is a director. Members and directors are two different things.

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