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THE CK/CM REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE

The CIDB requires applicants to submit the correct CK or CM registration certificate referred to as the COR 14.3 when applying for any of its CIDB grades.

The mistake that most clients make, is for the submission of the CM or CK registration certificate that is issued by the CIPC.

Essentially, the correct document to be submitted is the COR 14.3 and this document is accessed by clicking on the Memorandum of Incorporation under transactions on the Cipro’s website.

If your company is a close corporation, the ordinary CK document shall suffice, however, if it is a Privately incorporated company, we encourage our clients to use the Memorandum of Incorporation (Cor 14.3) when submitting the company registration document.

CIPC ANNUAL RETURNS

When submitting the COR 14. 3, clients must ensure that their annual returns are paid off at Cipro. At Fixonate, we make sure that your company is in good standing with the CIPC before submission to the CIDB. We can assist you with your company’s submission of annual returns so that when we submit your application to the CIDB, it does not get rejected on grounds of outstanding annual returns.

WHY DOES THE CIDB NEED THE COR 14.3?

The CIDB looks at the Memorandum of Incorporation to determine the directors of the company as well as to look at the number of shares authorized for issue in your company in order to determine the accuracy of the shareholder certificates issued as well as the composition of BEE members within the company.

In Conclusion

Submitting the correct company registration document is very important in ensuring the eventual success of your company’s registration at the CIDB. At Fixonate, we check for compliance of your company and assist you with the filling of the annual returns at the commissioner as well as in extracting the correct company registration certificate before submission to the CIDB.