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Types Of Companies

 BUSINESS LAW COURSEWORK ASSIGNMENT: 2013-2014 Craig Shaw Contents 1. Introduction 2. Company vs Partnership 2.1 Benefits of adopting a company 3. Types of company 4. Shareholding model 5. Starting the company 6. The Articles of Association 7. Conclusion and recommendations 1. Introduction As an employee of a management consultancy specialising in starting up business ventures, I have been approached by 3 graduates wish to develop an idea into a business venture. This report aims to give...

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Types of Legal Entities/Companies

COMPANIES Starting a business in India requires one to choose a type of business entity. In India one can choose from five different types of legal entities to conduct business. These include Sole Proprietorship, Partnership Firm, Limited Liability Partnership, Private Limited Company and Public Limited Company. The choice of the business entity is dependent on various factors such as taxation, owner liability, compliance burden, investment and funding and exit strategy. Lets look at each of...

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Types of Businesses and Company Registrations

Taxation: Company doesn’t get taxed itself, only shareholders pay taxes. * Longevity/Continuity: Company is unlimited same as an S-Corporation. The shareholders will not affect the organization. * Control: The company is ran by the board of directors. Stockholders have corporate meetings. * Profit Retention: Same as the C-Corporations, pass through tax. * Location: Must be domestic in any state. * Convenience/Burden: Business that are starting up usually pick this type of business...

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types of business

 Sole trader – Definition: A sole trader is a company started and run by one individual A sole trader - also known as a sole proprietorship or simply proprietorship - is a type of business entity which is owned and run by one individual and where there is no legal distinction between the owner and the business. Sole trading is widespread- A very large proportion of business conducted in the UK is undertaken by the trader working on his own usually providing his own money (capital) to start...

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Kinds of companies

KINDS OF COMPANIES Legal Environment and Business What is a company? A Company is a voluntary association of persons formed for the purpose of doing business, having a distinct name and limited liability.  They can be incorporated under the Companies Act (it may be any type of company)  Corporations enacted under special enactments ( Even those which are incorporated outside India)  Corporate sole  Any other body corporate notified by the central government Features of a...

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Company Law

Company Law – An Introduction Unit Code: DE5H 35 Outcome 1 Melissa Mackenna-500006315 Context Within this report you will find: 1.1. Introduction 1.2. Terms of Reference 1.3. Sole Traders 1.4. Partnerships 1.5. Corporate Bodies 1.5.1. Private Limited Companies 1.5.2. Public Limited Companies 1.6. Conclusion 1.7. Recommendations 1.8. Appendix 1.1. Introduction The aim of this report is to: Describe the differences in legal personalities and responsibilities between...

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Formation of a Company

FORMATION OF A COMPANY I. Promotion : Refers to the entire process by which a company is brought into existence. It starts with the conceptualisation of the birth a a company and determination of the purpose for which it is to be formed. The persons who conceive the company and invest the initial funds are known as the promoters of the company. The promoters enter into preliminary contracts with vendors and make arrangements for the preparation, advertisement and the circulation of prospectus...

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Company Law

COMPANY LAW MGMT3046 (MS37B) ACADEMIC YEAR 2011/2012 WORKSHEET 1 INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPANY LAW REGIME TYPES AND NATURE OF COMPANIES Learning objectives: The student should be able to: ✓ describe the various kinds of companies that may be registered under the Companies Act; ✓ explain the distinction between private and public companies with reference to the relevant provisions of the Companies Act; ✓ explain the concept of limited...

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TYPES OF ORGANISATION QUIZ 1) Which form of business organization do you think is most suitable for each of the following businesses? Explain your answer fully: a) A young student is planning to offer his services to neighbors as a gardener. He will purchase only cheap tools to start with. (3) The sole trader form is most suitable for this business, because sole trader is most common form- operated just by one person, and this business is running only by a young student, which is only one person...

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Types of Companies

Joint Stock Company form of business organization has become extremely popular as it provides a solution to (2) overcome the limitations of partnership business. The Multinational companies like Coca-Cola and, General Motors have their investors and customers spread throughout the world. The giant Indian Companies may include the names like Reliance, Talco Bajaj Auto, Infosys Technologies, Hindustan Lever Ltd., Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd., and Larsen and Tubro etc. 1.2 MEANING OF COMPANY Section...

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