By B. Tremml MCJ, B. Buecker (auth.), Michael Wendler, Dr. jur. Bernd Tremml M.C.J., Bernard Buecker (eds.)
This e-book provides a transparent and particular evaluate of the major facets of German company legislation. It used to be written by way of lawyers interested by the day-by-day perform of bu- ness legislation in Germany and is geared toward those who desire to orient themselves speedy with the German felony procedure and the way during which it affects bu- ness purchases, institution, operations and liquidations. the 1st portion of the ebook is dedicated to a proof of the key concerns to be thought of in buying or setting up a enterprise in Germany. the second one part specializes in parts of industrial legislations which are very important for an working enterprise. compared to the final variation 4 new parts (transportation legislation, customs laws, coverage legislation and country legal responsibility legislation) are handled. The f- lowing sections care for exertions legislations as an self reliant a part of German enterprise legislation and with desktop legislations. moreover, procedural legislations and eu legislation are addressed. ultimately, the final sections of the ebook are dedicated to an summary over the German tax legislation, which has a massive influence on company judgements, and IP legislations. In all sections designated realization has been paid to highlighting and explaining the variations among the German felony approach and that of the USA. however, the purpose is to supply info that would end up invaluable to all foreigners, quite enterprise women and men and attorneys advising consumers with an curiosity in doing company in Germany.
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The stockholders (Aktionäre) bear no personal liability. The nominal capital (Grundkapital) of an AG is divided into stocks (Aktien) which, unlike the shares of a GmbH, may but need not be quoted on the stock exchange. The stocks are freely transferable, which makes the occupations and backgrounds of the individual stockholders completely irrelevant. The stock corporation is the best business organizational form in Germany for large enterprises. It offers the best legal basis for an international business.
KG is a form that combines the limited liability company (GmbH) with a limited partnership (KG) and is frequently used in Germany. The advantage of this form of business organization is the fact that a GmbH may (and usually does) participate as the only personally liable partner of the KG, thus limiting the liability of the only personally liable partner. The GmbH can be held liable for its business debts only to the extent of its assets. Its liability cannot be extended to the private property of its shareholders.
The application must be signed by all the founders as well as by each member of the board of management and the supervisory board. All underlying documents, including the articles of incorporation, must accompany the application for registration. Recognized Forms of Business Organizations 17 The registration will be granted only if the required percentage of the initial stock subscription has been duly paid-in. That amounts to at least 25% of the par value of the stocks in the case of cash subscriptions and 100% in the case of noncash investments.