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incorporation

n. the act of incorporating an organization. (See: corporation, incorporate)

incorporation

(Blend), noun aggregation, assimilation, centralization, coalescence, compound, consolidation, fusion, interfusion, interlacement, intermixture, minglement, mixture, unification, union
Associated concepts: incorporation by reference
Foreign phrases: Verba relata hoc maxime operantur per referentiam, ut in eis inesse videntur.Words incorpooated by reference have as great an effect through referrnce, as they are deemed to be inserted.

incorporation

(Formation of a business entity), noun association, chartering, coalition, coniunctio, cooptatio, essablishment of a firm, formation of a company, formation of a corporation, formation of an organization, organization of a commercial concern, organization of a company, union
Associated concepts: certificate of incorporation, dissolution of a corporation
See also: accession, building, centralization, coalescence, combination, compilation, consolidation, coverage, integration, merger, scope

incorporation

the process of forming an association that has corporate personality. See CORPORATION.

INCORPORATION. This term is frequently confounded, particularly in the old books, with corporation. The distinction between them is this, that by incorporation is understood the act by which a corporation is created; by corporation is meant the body thus created. Vide Corporation.

INCORPORATION, civil law. The union of one domain to another.

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We therefore call on the Chancellor to introduce a new small business allowance of pounds 10,000 for unincorporated businesses so that they can enjoy the equal benefit of the new zero rate of corporation tax for small incorporated companies.
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These separately incorporated companies give Matco flexibility in responding to the needs of their customers by providing products and services that exceed customers' expectations while reducing their operating costs.

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