ASIC keeps a database of every document registered in Australia. When a document is lodged, it is assigned a unique ID number which can be referenced in later searches. The document image function returns a copy of a document contained within ASIC's registers that matches the ID Number entered.
Who Is It For?
The document image function is available for anybody researching and wanting to view a document lodged to ASIC.
What Do You Get Out Of It?
A document image provides an exact copy of the document allowing you to determine who lodged the document and examine the content and details it contains.
The Application Process
Enter a Document ID number to order the corresponding document's copy, which should be delivered to your chosen destination within one business day.
Please note that the price depends on the number of pages you requested. Delivery methods include web, email, fax and regular mail.
Documents consisting of more than 50 pages may not be faxed.
Documents consisting of more than 50 pages may not be e-mailed.
Documents consisting of more than 500 pages may not be sent via the web facility - they must be physically mailed.
A fax number must contain at least 9 digits (0-9). Blanks may be used as separators. De-limit the leading area code by either using a blank space, a dash '-' or brackets '()'. International numbers may commence with a plus sign '+', or the number code 0011.
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Enter a Document ID to receive an imaged copy of that particular document lodged with ASIC.