Bill could revolutionise business formations

March 2000
Manager: British Journal of Administrative Management;Mar/Apr2000, Issue 19, p6
Academic Journal
Reports on plans of the British government to introduce a legal vehicle for businesses in summer 2000. Bill to enable the setting up of business entities that will have all the benefits of limited liability without the rules that constrain the activities of a limited company; Freedom from complying with profit distribution and return of capital restrictions under the Companies Act of 1985.


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