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Company law in India
Types of Companies
Private Company
Public Company
Procedure for Company Incorporation
Documents required for incorporation of company in India
Limited Liability Company

A kind of business organization that combines some aspects of a corporation with those of a sole proprietorship or partnership. It does not have shareholders and does not require meetings. A limited liability company does not need to create a set of bylaws, though some states require an operating agreement in order to recognize the company. It’s a company, authorized only in certain states, whose owners and managers receive the limited liability.

A lawful arrangement in which an individual called trustor, gives fiduciary control of property to a person or institution called trustee, for the benefit of beneficiaries. It is a monopolistic corporation, prior to the enactment of antitrust laws

Society is an assembly of people shaped as a separate organization having as a stated purpose, some openhanded or benevolent purpose either in regards to the public in general or in regards to the common interests of its members.

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Incorporation of Limited Liability Proprietorship