The paper argues that, aside from the particular context of minority shareholders in close corporations
, they would not and, therefore, such an overarching default rule in corporate law is inefficient.
It then details aspects of companies, including types of formation, capital, shares, shareholders, management, control, liquidation, business rescue and compromise, mergers, transactions and takeovers, holding companies, subsidiaries, taxation, and non-profits; partnership definitions, types, and elements, and the relationship between partners, the relationship with third parties, dissolution and liquidation of the partnership, and taxation; and the definition, nature, and characteristics of a close corporation
, and its formation, name, conversions, membership and member interests, internal and external relations, accounting and disclosure, liability, winding-up, dissolution, deregistration, and taxation.
Gum Technology, an Arizona close corporation
, is a gum and hydrocolloids blending, services and distribution company.
The Asian Tribune has been appraised by reliable sources that the Indo-US close corporation
on issues since the May 2009 internal defeat of the Tamil Tigers such as accountability to incidents that involved the military during the final months of the battle to defeat the separatists, alleged violation of IHL and IHRL, civilian deaths, and reconciliation was cemented due to the 'China Factor', and now the reports reaching Delhi and Washington of imminent Chinese military presence in the Island of Katchatheevu.