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You can transfer the shares to the other stakeholders.
Transfer of share with a considerable value of over £1000 would be subject to stamp duty of 0.50%.
Any gains realised from the transfer is subject to capital gains tax. However as the transfer is issue in the nominal value I suspect no gains would arise.
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Indeed if you are selling or transferring shares at a nominal value, usually no CGT or stamp duty would apply.