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Synonyms for limited company

a company that is organized to give its owners limited liability

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This co-branded site facilitates for owners of business startups the incorporation of their businesses or the formation of Limited Liability Companies within the 50 states using Business Filings services.
Individuals who owned California real estate have had to form limited liability companies in Nevada or Arizona, which allow single-owner LLCs, and then register those entities in California, Unger said.
Corporate Governance, Limited Liability Companies and the IRS's View of Centralized Management," Taxes, April 1993, pp.
3) See generally, Elliott and Spudis, "Taxation of Limited Liability Companies and Their Members," presented to the New Mexico Bar Association (Aug.
93-38 and a letter ruling that address the classification of Delaware limited liability companies (LLCs) and the cash-basis problem.
There are two types of legal forms of business that dominate in Lithuania: private limited liability companies and individual enterprises.
Aspen Publishers (New York) has published "Symonds & O'Toole on Delaware Limited Liability Companies," a loose leaf title designed to assist readers through the "complexities" of forming, managing and terminating Delaware LLCs.
Special audit provisions apply to electing large partnerships or limited liability companies (LLCs).
In recent years, limited liability companies have increasingly become licensees of nuclear power plants, raising concerns about whether these companies--by shielding their parent corporations' assets--will have the financial resources to pay their retrospective premiums.
Because so much of an LLC's existence is governed by the unique documents drafted for that entity, much of Limited Liability Companies focuses on improving the documents drafted for clients.
There are limited liability companies (LLC), limited partnerships (LP) and S corporations.
Organizational forms such as limited liability companies (LLCs) and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) are emerging as desirable alternatives for many businesses.
Limited liability companies (LLCs) have become attractive vehicles for companies joining together to venture into new business opportunities both domestically and overseas.
00% Exchangeable Senior Notes due 2026 (the "Exchangeable Notes") will also include a modification of the definition of "Person" in Section 801 of 1995 indenture to include limited liability companies, consistent with the amendment of Section 802 of such indenture to permit the surviving person in a merger, consolidation or other transaction to take the form of a limited liability company as well as any other form of "Person," but such proposed amendments will not include amendments to Section 802 of the 1997 indenture or Section 802 of the 2000 indenture.
We think the court failed to note, however, that the language quoted applies to members and managers of Illinois limited liability companies.
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