Classification of companies, Business Law and Ethics

Classification of Companies:

Section 389 of the Companies Act provides that "no company there association or may partnership consisting of more than twenty persons shall be formed... unless it is registered as a company under this Act so there it t is formed in pursuance of some other Act, Act of the United Kingdom or of letters patent".

Three types of company are provided for under this section as like are:

(a)     Chartered companies.

(b)     Statutory companies.

(c)     Registered companies.

Posted Date: 1/12/2013 1:54:28 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Classification of companies, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Classification of companies, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Classification of companies Discussions

Write discussion on Classification of companies
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Article 5 - State Responsibilty Article 5. Acts of persons authorized by a state to act on their behalf then the state is responsible for the actions of that person. For exampl

Restricted Names:  Section 17)1) of the Registration of Business Names Act provides that no company shall be registered under a business name: (a)     which contains any wo

how can a receiving order be rescinded?

Games nations play Game analogy can be used to get the idea because the principal players, states reject any higher authority. Each state, take any player in a competitive game

Tort law and Employment law: Pat, a builder, is an employee of Tom's. One day on site the scaffolding that Pat is standing on collapses and he suffers personal injuries. The s

(a) Section 63 of the Employment Relations Act provides as follows: "The parties to a labour dispute may jointly refer such dispute for voluntary arbitration to the Tribunal or

Q. Show the Suggested actions to address phoenix activity? There have been a range of options identified by previous works on phoenix activity, such as the Cole Inquiry and Tre

As a soon-to-be media practitioner, you will encounter many legal issues in the media industry. In this assignment, you are required to examine one main legal issue that media prac

Special Crossing - Crossing on a Cheque Although S.76 (2) with such provides like "whether a cheque bears across its face an addition of, such the name like of a banker, whether

Contract for Work and Materials In Robinson v Graves a dispute arose over an agreement below such an artist had promised to make a portrait about 250 guineas. So query had to