Indiana Law on Judicially Dissolving a Limited Liability Company
Indiana has no case law on dissolving a limited liability company. The statute setting the procedure for judicially dissolving a LLC is IC 23-18-9-2:On application by or for a member, the circuit or superior court of the county in which the limited liability company's principal office, or if there is none in Indiana, in which the registered office is located, may decree dissolution of the limited liability company whenever it is not reasonably practicable to carry on the business in conformity read more
California Limited Liability Company Fee Limited Liability Companies have much going for them. But for some businesses, LLCs can be very expensive to operate because of the gross receipts tax paid to the California Franchise Tax Board.
STATUTORY MERGERS UNDER THE LAWS OF THE DUTCH CARIBBEAN Mergers mostly within a group of companies A statutory merger involves at least two legal entities. The law uses the terms acquiring and disappearing legal entity. The law specifies that only legal entities having the same legal form may merge, specifying that a BV (closed limited liability company) and a NV (public limited liability company) are [...