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Business Law

An insight into LLP formation!

08th June 2011
LLP or limited liability partnership is a famous acronym that is used during the company formation. In LLP, the individual members have limited liabilities to any form of debts that arise during the functioning of the company. Actually the LLP offers you ...
Author: amit
Business Law

Company Law Services like Firm Registration , Business and Company Registration

22nd March 2011
Most of rules for company registration are regulated by Companies act 1956 in India. It is recommended to all types of corporate houses to follow different rules and regulation in order to give smooth way to your business activities. At this time, when th...
Author: goyalchaman
Business Law

Incorporate a Company in Singapore

22nd November 2010
While there are a lot of options for foreigners to incorporate a company on various countries, Singapore remains to this day a popular investment destination due to its competitive tax incentives. The great thing about Singapore is that new companies a...
Author: asiabiz
Business Law

Setting Up a Singapore Company

16th November 2010
The International Finance Corporationís Ease of Doing Business 2010 listed Singapore as the leading economy in employing workers and trading across borders. Many years before globalization re-defined trading, Singapore has already displayed its business p...
Author: marissalarrin
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
Business Law

Company Law Firms With Their New Services Like Company Incoprporation and Business Registration

30th April 2010
As with the increasing number of companies that are getting launched with their different product or services, raises the demand of law firms in India. Now day's the technology has taken a remarkable turn where one can get complete guidance and assistance...
Author: goyalchaman
Business Law

Company Registration Firms Are In High Demand By Corporate Sector

29th April 2010
Company registration firms are always in the high demand by the corporate sector. In India where you will numbers of different companies are getting launched with their different types of products and services need services of company registration firms. ...
Author: goyalchaman
Business Law

Form A Corporation, Only Way To Form A Business

31st March 2010
If you’re going to start a business with somebody else,. Forming a partnership is usually the most common approach since it’s easier and cheaper to manage than the corporate cousins; namely the Corporation and Limited Liability Corporation.A L...
Author: lawinc
Business Law

Company Registration

18th March 2010
Company registration, also referred to as company formation, is the basic step towards defining the structure of an enterprise, and to establish it as an entity that enjoys legal acceptance. This procedure is important, because in the UK a company is cons...
Author: quinlanmurray
Legal

Different Types of Partnerships

17th August 2009
Partnerships can be considered as the simplest form of co-owned business entity in terms of establishment, procedures and maintenance.A partnership refers to a co-owned business structure in which the partners or owners share both the profits and the loss...
Author: Mesriani Law Group
Legal

WHAT ARE THE REQUIREMENTS IN ESTABLISHING A CORPORATION?

30th August 2005
A corporation is the biggest type of business entity. So how does one creates one of these giants? But first it is important to define the term CORPORATION- a corporation is an artificial legal entity which is chartered by a state and formed to conduct bu...
Author: Jinky Mesias