Joint-stock Company

Who is the statutory body? When to call a general meeting? What’s the minimum for registered capital? This section has a lot of useful information for every entrepreneur.


You want to start a company and you’re thinking about which form of business to choose. Will a joint-stock company or a partnership be more profitable for you? What kind of capital do you need? In this article, we dive into the differences between the various types of companies and help you decide. WHAT IS A COMPANY? Commercial companies are legal…

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There are several ways to combine two companies. In this article we will take a look at the meaning of the terms, which are often confused and overlap with each other. You will find out what mergers, acquisitions, mergers by acquisition, mergers by the formation of a new company, and other forms of company transformations are and how they are different.…

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Looking for a deadline for your financial statements? Need to know more about VAT or how to fill out your tax report? In this section you’ll find everything your company needs about taxes and accounting. %%jakeBlogByTags-11%% %%jakeMagazineNext%%

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A company can be dissolved for many reasons. These reasons can be on the part of the shareholders or based on a court decision (then it is a forced dissolution of the company). The company may also be dissolved for other reasons, such as the expiration of the validity period, if it was established for a definite period, the achievement of the purpose for…

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SHAREHOLDER Behind the birth of a company and its incorporation, there is always a shareholder. As the owner or co-owner of the company, he or she becomes a member of the general meeting, i.e. the supreme body of the company. Among other things, it elects an important person in the company structure: the executive director. The shareholder has the right…

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Doing business through a registered branch formerly an organizational unit according to the Commercial Code) is one of the ways in which foreign entities can do business in the Czech Republic without having to incorporate a new company. The establishment of a registered branch, its management, and dissolution are less administratively demanding than the…

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