Specific features of German legal forms
When you are going to start a company in Germany, you must consider various laws and regulations. However, once the company has been set up, these laws and regulations offer a high degree of certainty to the shareholders or partners. What are the features of the various legal forms?
Starting a company in Germany, which legal form will you choose?
In the whitepaper: Starting a company in Germany, which legal form will you choose? you see a summary of the specific features of the German GmbH & Co. KG and the GmbH. Hereby the various aspects of a limited commercial partnership and that of a company with limited liability are discussed. This may include the following aspects;
- Start-up capital
- Company registration
- Financial liability
- Must the deed be a notarial deed?
- Publication of annual figures
- Shareholder’s liability
- And more
In addition, we will list the consequences of the options for you from a tax perspective. This will help you to make a sound assessment in choosing the legal form when you take the initial steps to set up a new company.
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Starting a company in Germany, which legal form will you choose white paper June 2016.pdf
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