Chartered Company

A chartered company is an association formed by investors or shareholders for the purpose of trade, exploration and colonization.

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Rudd Concession - Aftermath - Occupation of Mashonaland
... The charter incorporating the British South Africa Company committed it to remaining "British in character and domicile", and defined its area of operations extremely vaguely, mentioning only that it was ... The Company was made responsible for the safeguarding of peace and law in its territory, and licensed to do so "in such ways and manners as it shall consider necessary" ... The Company's charter was otherwise made extremely equivocal with the intention that this would allow it to operate freely and independently, and to govern and ...
Rudd Concession - Aftermath - Lippert Concession
... establish banks, mint money, and conduct trade in the territory of the Chartered Company ... still confident he could extract a princely fee for it from the Chartered Company he named his price as £250,000 in cash or shares at par, preferably cash ... a proclamation warning of its infringement on the Rudd Concession and the Company's charter, and threaten Lippert's associates with legal action ...
Royal Exchange Assurance Corporation - Chartered Company
... The company received its royal charter under the Royal Exchange and London Assurance Corporation Act 1719, popularly known as the Bubble Act ... terms of this legislation, the Royal Exchange and the London Assurance Company were the only incorporated bodies chartered to write marine insurance ...
Rudd Concession - Validity Dispute - Rhodes Wins The Royal Charter
... members recruited by Rhodes and Cawston for their prospective chartered company during early 1889, all depicted by Leslie Ward in Vanity Fair In late March 1889, just as the izinDuna were about to leave London ... and Cawston sought public members to sit on the board of their prospective chartered company ... position of standing counsel in the proposed company to the Prime Minister's son, Lord Robert Cecil ...

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