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Economy Business Types of business entity Structure Legal entities Corporate law Business law United Kingdom company law Limited liability company Limited liability Corporate group Piercing the corporate veil
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Economy Business Types of business entity Structure Legal entities Corporate law Business law United Kingdom company law Limited liability company Limited liability Corporate group Piercing the corporate veil
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A company can own a property, can sue or can be sued in Court. It is an abstraction and is a figment of legal imagination. --in Generally, “Company” = “ Corporation” but sometimes the “Corporation” implies “Big Companies”/ “Big Legal Entities”; Under the Corporation Act, there is a distinguish b/w 2 words: --Corporation means every type of artificial legal entities --Company is one type of Corporation and that type of corporation is registered under the Corporation’s Act. --Companies are formed/ registered by lodging application for registration with Australian Securities & Investment Commission (ASIC), who is a second-line regulator. Topic 3 Company Registration --Once a company is registered, there is a various Requirements: 1. Companies must have directors—Topic 6 Control Management; 2. Companies must have shareh...
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