Asked in Business Law, Civil Process, Court Procedure
Must one possess a shareholder certificate to have standing to sue the corporation?
No. But they must have one to appear and speak at shareholder's meetings.
Asked in Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species, Business and Industry, Anorexia Nervosa, Comparisons
What type of corporation is more likely to be a shareholder wealth maximizer?
A closely held corporation is more likely to be a shareholder wealth maximizer. On the other hand, one with wide ownership and owners who are not directly involved will not be a shareholder wealth maximizer. ...
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
In forming a Sub S corporation if the shareholder contributes a piece of equipment to the corporation what is its basis in the corporation?
The equipment would become a fixed asset of the corporation.
Asked in Civil Lawsuits, Business Law, Stock Market
Can a shareholder sue his or her corporation to enforce preemptive rights?
The corporate charter giving preemptive rights can be enforced in court, if necessary, and a corporation would normally try to avoid having to defend such an action at a delicate time, i.e., while wooing new investors. ...
Asked in Economics, Stock Market
What type of corporation would be a shareholder wealth maximizer?
A closely held corporation would be a shareholder wealth maximizer because owners are invested in their company. They may make decisions that increase their profits. ...
Asked in Jobs & Education, Business Law
What happens if a shareholder in a corporation died?
Typically shares can be willed or left to an heir. But many corporations have many different rules. There is no one set of rules regarding a shareholder dying that each and every corporation adheres to. ...
Asked in Business Law
Is a shareholder an employee of a corporation?
A shareholder can be an employee of a company; although is isn't necessary to be an employee to be a shareholder. Company Board members can vote to designate a certain number of shares to employees as a bonus or company benefit. Or, an employee can purchase shares independently. ...
Asked in Business & Finance, Incorporation
How big is a corporation?
A corporation can be any size, what makes it a corporation is that it issues shares and is owned by its shareholders. In principle one person could create a corporation and buy all of its shares himself, making it a privately held corporation with only one shareholder (but this is rare). ...
Asked in Mobile Phones, Sony Corporation
What is the name of the largest shareholder of Sony corporation?
As of March 31, 2007 the largest shareholder of Sony was Moxley & Co. (Depositary Bank for JP Morgan Chase Bank) who owns 17.6%. ...
Can a corporation be owned by a trust?
A corporation can be owned by a trust. In its simplest form, a corporation can have only one shareholder, making it easier for a trust to own it or "run it". This applies in US laws. I don't know how it works in other countries. ...
Dissent Notice of Shareholder Regarding sale of all Assets o?
Dissent Notice of Shareholder: Regarding sale of all Assets of Corporation (Download) The undersigned, a shareholder of _________________________, herewith dissents and disapproves of the disposition of assets of the corporation of ____________________________, which constitute ________________ percent of the assets of the corporation, to __________________________, on the following terms: __________________________________________________________________ Number of shares: _________________________ Class of shares: ________________________ The undersigned further demands their rights under the corporation law of _________________. Dated: _____________________ _____________________________________ Shareholder Dissent Notice of Shareholder: Regarding Sale of all Assets of Corporation Review List This review list is provided to inform you...
Asked in Bankruptcy Law, Estates, Microsoft Corporation
Can you be my own trustee or my corporation?
Another asker who can't control his pronouns. Why would I want to be trustee of your corporation or of you? Corporations do not have trustees. If the corporation files for bankruptcy protection, you cannot be the trustee. Similarly, you cannot be your corporation. A corporation is a separate legal entity. You may be the only officer and shareholder, which can cause you some tax and liability problems, but you are not the corporation. ...
Asked in First Ladies, Ronald Reagan, Nancy Reagan
What role did Nancy Reagan play in the strategic management of Revlon?
She was on the Board of Directors, meaning she was a major shareholder/owner of the corporation. ...
Asked in American Cars, Used Car Buying, DIY Projects
How do you sue a corporation?
In order to sue a corporation, you would need to have all details in place. Get the name of the company and highlight the reason for the suit which you will file with the court's registry. You can also choose to use an advocate for this purpose. ...