A Joint-Liability Company is one of the types of commercial companies available in the United Arab Emirates. This company is characterized by being a cooperative form where it is formed by the collaboration of several individuals to achieve common goals. The shareholders in a Joint-Liability Company share the capital, financial liability, and administrative responsibilities of the company.
This company relies on the principle of cooperation and solidarity among shareholders, who work together to achieve the company’s common objectives.
Shareholders in a Joint-Liability Company share the responsibility for the obligations and debts arising from the company’s activities equally, regardless of their contribution to the capital.
The capital that each shareholder contributes is determined at the beginning of the company’s establishment, and profits and losses are distributed among the shareholders according to their shares in the capital.
The form of a Joint-Liability Company is considered stable and encourages building trust and collaborative work among shareholders.
This company is characterized by flexibility in determining the goals and business activities it seeks to achieve, allowing shareholders to choose the most suitable business model for their needs.
No shareholder in a Joint-Liability Company has the right to acquire the shares of other shareholders, preserving the independence of each shareholder in their company.
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A Joint-Liability Company is a type of commercial company where several individuals collaborate to form the company and share the capital, financial liability, and administrative responsibilities. The shareholders in this type of company are personally and jointly liable for the company’s debts.
Yes, a single person can establish a Joint-Liability Company, where they are the sole responsible for forming and owning the company and bear the financial and administrative liabilities.
In a Joint-Liability Company, the shareholders are personally and jointly liable for the company’s debts, meaning they bear personal responsibility for all the financial obligations of the company.
The minimum number of shareholders in a Joint-Liability Company depends on the local laws of each country. In some countries, a single person can establish a Joint-Liability Company, while in others, there may be a requirement for a specific number of shareholders.
To establish a Joint-Liability Company, one must follow the legal procedures specified by the relevant government authorities in the country. This includes determining the type of company, submitting the required documents, and paying the registration fees for the company.