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What should I look out for in a shareholder agreement?

18th June 2012
This is indeed a very important question before getting into a shareholder agreement. These days, as the ownership of shares in a company became common, the need for a shareholder agreement has increased. If you are a sole proprietor of a company you d...
Author: Robert Mark
Business Law

Introduction to OHSAS 18001 Management Systems

28th March 2012
Introduction The industries are required to grow to satisfy the need of the society, but at the same time they need to do all of this in an occupational health and safety acceptable manner. Of late, industries have been reactive towards OHSAS manageme...
Author: John Mills
Law

What is Share Transfer or Stock Transfer Form?

06th March 2012
What is stock transfer form? Share can be sold or given away unless the company has prohibited the right of transfer of shares in its articles of association or shareholders have entered into a contract (shareholder agreement) not to transfer a share. To...
Author: Herry Taylor
Legal

Is partnership agreement legal contract?

10th January 2012
Partnership Agreement There are a different business structures that you can opt from when setting up your business. The four main forms of business structures commonly used by small businesses are: Sole trader: an individual trading on their own. ...
Author: Robert Mark
Taxes

Corporate Tax Attorney

24th October 2011
A company tax attorney provides services to the firms on behalf of tax resolution concerns. Corporate tax or as it is occasionally referred to as corporation tax is a tax placed on the earnings made by companies or associations. It is a tax that is calcul...
Author: DarrenRiley
Business Law

Company Formations UK

16th August 2011
The establishment of business enterprise faces many hurdles on their path to formation. Recognize your specific needs to start a business or company. Whenever you start a business it is important to select the right niche. A niche, especially that is of y...
Author: Max Green
Business Law

What can a Singapore Company Registration Agency Do for You?

11th April 2011
As per the Singapore Companies Act, it is mandatory for all foreign companies and entrepreneurs to utilize the services of a firm based in Singapore that provides company registration services if they wish to incorporate a company in the country. However,...
Author: bryanwong
Law

Advantage of Having Corporate Minutes

07th February 2011
It is highly important that all people who would want to start a business in California know the importance of keeping sufficient documentation when it comes to every transactions of the company. Most of the decisions and transactions of the company are d...
Author: Andrei Davis
Business Law

Start a Singapore Company Considerations

07th January 2011
Acquiring company formation is one of the many major points when starting your own business. Having an idea of where you wish your business to travel and how you want your business to grow great but the particular implementation of company formation beats...
Author: Xhane Hutfild
Business Law

What Entails Company Formation

07th January 2011
Acquiring company formation is one of the many major points when starting your own business. Take a picture of where you want your business to travel and how you want your business to grow, but in particular the implementation of the establishment of the ...
Author: Kelvin Thomas
Business Law

An Overview on Singapore Company Registration Procedures

15th December 2010
Company registration Singapore procedures are already fully computerized by the Singapore Registrar of Companies. The said computerization enables the process of incorporation fast and efficient because it abolished the prevalence of bureaucracy and red t...
Author: asiabiz
Business Law

Company Registration Singapore: Incorporation Guide

13th December 2010
It has been known worldwide that Singapore is a country that is open minded and multicultural. The country has been popularly Known as the business hub because of what it has to offer to investors. This popularity and economic stability of Singapore attra...
Author: asiabiz
Business Law

Differences between a Singapore LLC and an LLP

18th October 2010
A Singapore LLC refers to a limited liability company. An LLP is a limited liability partnership. As the words "limited liability" are synonymous with both terms, some may think that there is little or no difference between the two. This is not the case. ...
Author: singaporestartup
Business Law

Singapore Company Incorporation: Overview of Each Business Structure

18th October 2010
Business structure can define the relationship of a person with his business including his legal liabilities and duties. The most common examples of Singapore company setup are the sole proprietorship, partnership, limited liability partnership, and priv...
Author: asiabiz
Legal

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...
Author: James Quinn
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