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A Guide to Creditors Voluntary Liquidation (CVL) and When It is Used

19th January 2011
Copyright (c) 2010 Alison Withers The process known as a Creditors' Voluntary Liquidation allows the directors of an insolvent company can close it down without involving a court procedure. There are four tests of insolvency laid down in the Insolve... Read >
Author: Ali Withers

When a Business is in Difficulty Shareholders and Directors Have Different Liabilities

09th January 2011
Copyright (c) 2010 Alison Withers The duties of the directors as a company's officers when it is insolvent move from a primary duty to shareholders to a primary duty to protecting the interests of its creditors. The liabilities of shareholders are l... Read >
Author: Ali Withers

A and B Shares (Multiple Share Classes): Positives and Negatives

09th September 2010
There are several advantages to creating A and B shares in your company. One is that you get complete control over the amount and timing of dividend payments to shareholders. You can also independently establish the rights of each class of shareholder: yo... Read >
Author: James Quinn

Learning The Importance Of Housing Tenure

28th June 2010
There are many types of housing across the world, and the best way to distinguish one type of housing from others is through its type of ownership, or what professionals call it as housing tenure. Housing tenure is a very important term used by many real ... Read >
Author: Catherine Ruiz

Contracts Examples Are Always Seen In Your Everyday Life

02nd March 2010
Contract examples can be found online or in documentation in public libraries. You can use a contract example to base your contract on. Contracts are legal binding agreements that are enforceable in courts of law. Contracts are exchanges of promises a... Read >
Author: John Petersons

Benefits of an LLC for Rental Property Owners

27th October 2009
Thinking of investing in a property rental business? Why not? Among the real estate business opportunities available, rental is the best. Next question is to which type of business ownership shall you enter? A Sole-proprietorship, partnership or a corpo... Read >
Author: F. Morgan

What is a Shareholder Derivative Suit?

16th September 2009
A shareholder derivative suit refers to a lawsuit brought by the shareholders in behalf of the corporation against a third party. This is not traditional practice in corporate law, normally management is the one responsible for bringing up charges or d... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

What is a Shareholder’s Agreement?

23rd August 2009
A shareholder's agreement, also known as stockholder's agreement, is a supplemental document to the constitutional documents of the company that governs the relationship between the owners of the company. Corporate relationships are usually governed by... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

The Beta of a LBO Fund in a time of crisis

23rd July 2009
First, I remind that Beta represents the measure of risk of a company or a sector which we intend to analyse. For its turn the financing of acquisitions by loan, commonly known as LBO (leverage buyout), is characterized by the fact that the investment ... Read >
Author: Francisco Banha

How to declare a dividend and produce the dividend voucher

28th August 2008
The articles of association of each company limited by shares determines the formal procedures to be followed in respect of declaring company dividends, In the distribution of the company net profit after corporation tax dividends represent the amount of ... Read >
Author: Terry Cartwright

How to Deal with C Corporation Tax

29th July 2008
Introduction - S corp vs C corp The difference between C corporations and all the other entities is that C corps pay their own tax - they are not pass-through entities. The corporation pays corporate income tax on its profits at the following rate... Read >
Author: Nick Braun EA PhD

Lending Money to Your Corporation

01st April 2008
Starting a business takes a substantial amount of money and effort. However, there are right and wrong ways to go about lending money to your corporation. If you want to lend money to your corporation, you properly document the transaction. If you give mo... Read >
Author: Alan Olsen

Corporate Records – Shareholder Inspections

06th December 2005
You're conducting business as a corporation and various shareholders have kicked in investment money. Can shareholder inspections of corporate records occur? Emotional Attachment With small businesses, emotions can run high. Typically, a person has ... Read >
Author: Richard Chapo
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