Corporation Law

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Prentice Hall, Jan 1, 2001 - Business & Economics - 238 pages
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This reference manual was designed to give a working knowledge of corporate law to those without formal legal training. Written in easy-to-read, understandable language, it provides novices with the fundamentals of corporation law, and a guide to solving everyday corporate legal problems. Easy-to-follow chapters cover case law, statute excerpts, various filings necessary for establishing a corporation, and other valuable knowledge for anyone investing in a business venture. The appendices contain sample forms such as: certificate of incorporation, minutes of organization meeting, bylaws, close corporation agreement, and certificate of agreed value and proxy—along with all the necessary information to incorporate a business. For distribution in law offices—to paralegals, legal secretaries, and staff—for reinforcement, and as a guide to corporate matters and forms.

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Limited Liability Company LLC
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Copyright

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