Business Organisations & Corporate Law
A Comparative, Comprehensive & Functional Approach
By Shashank Moda
Global India Publications
Distributed by Coronet Books
304 pages, Illustrated
$35.00 Paper Original
Business Organization refers to hos a business is structured. The business organization is defined in the bylaws when the business is formed with the name and contact information of those who own and run the company with their roles defined. The bylaws state the purpose of the organizations and what it does. A sole proprietorship does not have bylaws because one person owns and controls the business.
Corporate law deals the formatins and operations of corporations and is related to commercial and contract law. A corporation is a legal entity created through the laws of its state of incorporations, law. A corporation is a legal entity created through the laws of its state of incorporation, treating a corporation as a legal "person" that has standing to sue and be sued, distinct form its stockholders. This book is prepared for business organizations, business houses, sole proprietors and for law students.
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