Rule 74 – Registration of companies
(1) A company within the meaning of the Companies Acts that applies for registration under a transfer shall produce a certificate by the Registrar of Companies of its incorporation.
(2) A company incorporated outside the State that applies for registration shall produce evidence of its incorporation.
(3) On a disposition by a company, the Authority shall not inquire whether the transfer is incidental to the objects of the company as set out in its memorandum of association.
(4) On a disposition by a company where the seal appears to have been affixed in the presence of and attested by the secretary, deputy secretary or a member of the board of directors of the company, the Authority shall be entitled to assume that the deed was duly executed by the company.
(5) On a disposition made by a foreign body corporate where a certificate is lodged from a lawyer from the country in question or who has sufficient knowledge of the laws of the country in question, that the deed was executed in accordance with the legal requirements governing execution of the instrument in question by such a body corporate in the jurisdiction where it is incorporated, the Authority shall be entitled to assume that the deed was duly executed by the body corporate.