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Guide to the Russian law on joint stock companies by Bernard S. Black

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Published by Kluwer Law International in The Hague, Boston .
Written in English



  • Russia (Federation)


  • Corporation law -- Russia (Federation)

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Other titlesRussian law on joint stock companies
StatementBernard S. Black, Reinier Kraakman, Anna S. Tarassova.
ContributionsKraakman, Reinier H., Tarassova, Anna S.
LC ClassificationsKLB1052 .B58 1998
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL359876M
ISBN 109041106065
LC Control Number98019899

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Guide to the Russian Law on Joint Stock Companies is their definitive examination and analysis of Russian Company Law. The authors have bolstered their own expert, first-hand perspective with the advice and guidance of practicing attorneys who work with this law on a daily basis. This Federal Law shall apply to all joint-stock companies formed or to be formed in the Russian Federation, unless otherwise provided for by this Federal Law or by other federal laws. 3. Federal laws shall define the particular aspects of the formation, re-organisation, liquidation, and the legal status of joint-stock companies in. Joint Stock Companies Black, Bernard S. Guide to the Russian Federal Law on Joint Stock Companies: Commentary and Material. Kluwer. Russian Joint-Stock Societies: Basic Legislation. Edited and translated by William E. Butler. London: Simmonds & Hill, non-bank financial institutions, or joint-stock companies of employees (people's enterprises) as well as the rights and obligations of shareholders of such joint-stock companies shall be defined by federal laws governing their activity. (Clause 3 as amended by Federal Law No. FZ, dated 29 June ) 4.

  Every joint stock company (regardless of financial perfomance) is required under Russian law to conduct a statutory audit (for more information on statutory audit in . (3) The peculiarities of creation and legal status of joint-stock companies by reorganization of collective farms, state farms, inter-economic enterprises and organizations, and also processing enterprises of an agro-industrial complex are subject to this law, legislation on privatization and land legislation. (1) This Law defines the manner of creation and legal standing of joint-stock companies, the rights and duties of shareholders, and ensures protection of rights and legal interests of shareholders and creditors of the companies. (2) This Law shall apply to joint-stock companies created or being created in the Republic of Moldova, provided this. This is the Third Edition of this book featuring translation into English of the two key Russian Statutes governing Russian companies, up-to-date as at 10 April Federal Law of the Russian Federation No FZ of 26 December “On Companies Limited by Shares” (“Companies Act ”); and -Federal Law of the Russian Federation No FZ of 8 February “On Limited Liability.

on Joint Stock Companies and Article 30 of the Federal Law on the Securities Market (the “Law”) entered into force in Russia. The Law introduces changes to Federal Law No. FZ dated Decem on Joint Stock Companies (the “JSC Law”) and Federal Law No. FZ dated Ap on the. The Russian Federation, its subjects and the municipal entities shall not bear liability for the A company which has acquired over 20 percent of the voting shares of a joint-stock company or The provisions of this Federal Law shall extend to companies with one participant inasmuch as. Overview of Russia's Regulatory Regime 2 Under Russian law, a Russian company seeking listing in Russia or overseas is required to be incorporated in the form of public joint stock companies (PJSCs). Shares of PJSCs may only exist in uncertificated form. This means that Russian companies seeking overseas listing must list in the form of depositary receipts. Unofficial translation. TABLE OF CONTENT. This Law defines the legal status, the procedure of incorporation, activity, reorganization and liquidation of a joint stock company, the rights and obligations of shareholders, as well as the measures for protection of their rights and interests; competence, the order of formation and functioning of bodies of a joint stock company; powers, the order.