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Preparation of Corporate Documents

for Joint Stock Company


A Joint Stock Company (JSC) is an organization set up under voluntary agreement between judicial and physical persons (including foreign persons) who have pooled their means through the issue of shares with the aim of satisfying public wants and making a profit. Foreign participants can create wholly-owned multi-party JSCs as well as a one party-owned JSC.
A JSC can undertake any legal activity. However, certain activities, such as the extraction of natural resources, require special government permits or may be prohibited in some countries.. JSC shareholders have "limited liability". They are liable to enterprise creditors to the extent of their investment.
Practices of registration of a Joint Stock Company in foreign countries still differ significantly from government to government. Each country blends its own recipe of traditional practices and international treaties, national laws and local regulations.
By using our services you have already taken the first step towards efficient and absolutely painless preparation of your documents for any foreign country.
If you need our help, please, contact us and our experts will make sure that you and your business can operate from "day one" in any foreign country.
 




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