I want to form a close corp with 2 siblings. I live in NYS
I want to form a close corp with 2 siblings. I live in NYS which does not have close corp. Is it possible to create a close corp in NYS through the bylaws(ie, no set annual meeting, no board of directors, restrict who can purchase stock in company, have annual and other meetings by skype, inform each other by email instead of snail mail, etc) or do I simply form a close corp in a state that allows it and register the corp in NY?
UNDER MASSACHUSETTS LAW: In a closed corp - all family
UNDER MASSACHUSETTS LAW:In a closed corp - all family members (5) ..... can the majority shareholder :force the minority shareholders to sell their stock to him?decide to reduce the shareholder disbursements and hold in reserve without a valid corporate purpose ?
What is the difference between a regular corp shareholder
what is the difference between a regular corp shareholder agreement that is not in a close corp shareholder agreement?JA: OK. The Corporate Lawyer will need to help you with this. Have you consulted a lawyer yet?Customer: not yeJA: Please give me a bit more information, so we can help you best.Customer: not yetJA: Is there anything else important you think the Corporate Lawyer should know?Customer: Yes, what are the additional things that I would need to add in a close corp shareholder agreement that is not in a regular corp shareholder agreement?JA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Corporate Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.
I have recently formed a corporation on line. Can I, as the
I have recently formed a corporation on line. Can I, as the sole share holder, serve in all officer and director positions?There is mention of "close corporation"; in the minute book I purchased. Is this something I should consider and why?
In a Delaware close corporation, can 58% of the shareholders
In a Delaware close corporation, can 58% of the shareholders dissolve a company? This is specifically for a close corporation as defined under Delaware Corp code 341. I know under Delaware Corp code 275 the board can call for a vote of shareholders however we have no board. The founders manage the company instead. It also states a unanimous decision by shareholders if the board doesn't call for a vote, but the ones wanting to dissolve only have 58%. So do they have the right to dissolve?
Close Corporation Under Delaware Corp LawCurrently in binding
Close Corporation Under Delaware Corp LawCurrently in binding arbitration. We are under Delaware jurisdiction for a close corporation in which our shareholders agreement states the company is managed by a majority agreement of the four founders. Under delaware law such agreements are allowed and enforceable. However the arbitrator states he doesn't want to harm the business by reversing agreements made in violation of the shareholders agreement so he wants to kick 2 of us out and give us shares instead because he doesn't feel we can work together. However under delaware corp code 352(a)1 it states if company is in a deadlock, we can appoint a custodian or del corp code 353 states we can have appointed a provisional director to make decisions on behalf of the company as a neutral 3rd party. Additionally is it accurate to say under shareholders can't dissolve the company without a 2/3 vote?
I have a small California corporation which is current but
I have a small California corporation which is current but not active. I have kept it currently registered because I have a small profit-sharing plan and trust. I am the only owner, employee and beneficiary of the trust. Can I discontinue the corporation and still have the trust? I don't want to convert to an IRA at this time.Thank you,Richard H.
I currently own 60% of a close corporation and my mother owns
I currently own 60% of a close corporation and my mother owns the other 40%. I am going to take over the entire company and my mother is going to sell me her interest and resign her position. There are are only 100 share of common stock issued, so she will be selling her 40 to me. What paperwork and process do I need to do this correctly? And do I have to make some kind of contribution to acquire the stock?
Must a closely held California corporation have an ending on
Must a closely held California corporation have an ending on their name? What is the definition of closely held (ex. a corporation with 6 shareholders and three of the shareholders make up over 50% of ownership)? If such a corporation has been operating without an ending on their name, how can it be remedied?