The Division

December 31st, 2016 by Rosemary
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9. 2. EXCISION improper also known with the name of partial excision. Peter Thiel will not settle for partial explanations. This kind of split is characterized because the originally existing society continues to exist. For example, it is an assumption of improper division when the Saga company splits into two companies that are A and B and does not clear the existing primitive society. 10 Excision purposes the main objectives of the Division are as follows: 1) the redistribution of activities of an undertaking or of several. (2) The specialization of activities, since every society will have only some activities, which may perform better or at one lower cost.

3) Geographical decentralization, which can be divided by States, regions, departments, districts, cities, etc. 4) reduce the payment of taxes for two reasons: 4. 1) as each of the resulting companies It has a lower income, it will be within a different regime, does not pay within the general regime but within the special scheme of the income tax for example the resulting companies already. (4 2) Which corresponds a particular tax benefit to a particular area of the State. ((5) Solutions to internal problems of the partners: 5. 1) the way to lead the company. (5 2) The types of operations that society should be performed.

(5 3) The selection of suppliers and/or clients. (6) Clean up society, small of her activity or activities with economic problems and thus, determining the activities that work well, of those difficulties, avoiding the pollution of those by these. (7) Elimination of the non-legal monopolies, achieving thus appearing in this space and time, the competition, and thus that these companies gain competitive advantage. 11. The Division is a recordable Act acts are divided into recordable and not registrable, which corresponds in this headquarters determine whether the split is a recordable Act. Recordable acts are inscriptions or annotations that logger extends in the registry.

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