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Acquisition Of Shares In A Foreign Country : Substantive Law And Legal Opinions - Report Of The Subcommittee On Legal Opinions Of The Committee On Banking Law Of The Section Of Business Law Of The International Bar Association And The Committee On Business Organizations Of The Section On Business Law Of The International Bar Association
This new book contains a detailed analysis of the legal requirements in connection with the issuance and transfer of shares in a foreign country. The book discusses issues such as the mechanics of transfer, foreign stock ownership, registration and notification requirements, good faith acquisition of shares, transfer restrictions and lost or stolen shares under the laws of twenty-eight different countries. In addition, the book proposes - for each jurisdiction model - legal opinion language (and appropriate legal opinion backup) which counsel to the purchaser should request in order to protect his client. The book is a valuable tool for anyone who purchases a company or a stake in a company in a foreign country. Reports from the following countries are included: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, S. Africa, Spain, Switzerland, UK, Hong Kong, Scotland, U.S.A., Venezuela.
Suni is a giver - plain and simple. After all, her parents always told her, "When you get, give." So she wants to share a story - 1,000 storybooks with the people in her community. Only she has a huge problem - the weather! Why can't the weather just cooperate and not ruin things? Suni has a brilliant plan and just two days to get the books that she needs. She recruits her family and best friends to help her share her love for books. Suni discovers that sharing isn't always as simple as it seems. Will Suni and her BFFs collect 1,000 books in time for 'give-away' day? Ages 6-10 *Includes a blueberry lemonade recipe!
This topic relates mainly to cross-border mergers and acquisitions because it is generally, but not always, upon mergers and acquisitions that stapled stock and dividend access shares are implemented, in order to enable the shareholders in the target company to retain after the merger some of the tax benefits which were associated with their prior shareholding.This topic also relates to non-discrimination because most of the tax systems have different tax treatments for foreign shares and domestic shares, both with respect to capital taxation and dividend income taxation.
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