ACT 125
COMPANIES ACT 1965 (REVISED - 1973)
PART XII - GENERAL
DIVISION 1 - ENFORCEMENT OF ACT

 
Section 358A. Use of computers and other means for company records.
 
Section 358A. Use of computers and other means for company records. (COMPANIES ACT 1965 (REVISED - 1973) - ACT 125) (1) The power conferred on a company by section 358 to keep a register and other records by recording the matters in question otherwise than by making entries in bound books includes the power to keep the register or other record (other than the minute books kept pursuant to section 156) by recording those matters in question otherwise than in a legible form, so long as the recording is capable of being reproduced in a legible form.

(2) Any provision of an instrument made by a company before the commencement of this Act which requires a register of holders of debentures of the company to be kept in a legible form shall be construed as requiring the register to be kept in a legible or nonlegible form, provided, however, that a register kept in a nonlegible form shall be capable of being reproduced in a legible form.

(3) If any such register or other record of a company is kept by the company by recording the matters in question otherwise than in a legible form, any duty imposed on the company by this Act to allow inspection of, or to furnish a copy of, the register of other record or any part of it, shall be treated as a duty to allow inspection of, or furnish, a reproduction of the recording or of the relevant part of it in a legible form.