Ans: In order to transfer the shares in physical form, share certificates along with the duly filled in share transfer deed are required to be sent. Apart from that, it is to be noted that the share transfer deed must also be executed, stamped by affixing share transfer stamps to the share transfer agents of the company.
Ans: After the death of a shareholder, the right to his interest in the shares transfers to the person who inherits them under his will. Thus, the shareholder rights of the deceased are administered by his or her executors provided there is a will and administrators of the estate if the shareholder has died intestate.
Ans: In order to get the shares transferred, the company requires evidence of probate of the will or letters of administration in order to establish the rights of the personal representatives in respect of the shares.