2 edition of treatise on the law of corporations having a capital stock found in the catalog.
treatise on the law of corporations having a capital stock
William W. Cook
|Statement||by William W. Cook.|
|LC Classifications||KF1414 .C6 1908|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||08034746|
However, a corporation has no right to issue stock, or to increase or reduce its capital stock, without specific legislative authority as embodied in its articles of incorporation. Cooke v. The institution having no capital stock, whatever liability, if any, there may be to the corporators must be satisfied out of the profits made from the deposits. But the charter, when conferring the power to receive money on deposit, limits it to receiving for 'the use and benefit of the depositors,' and directs how it .
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Cook. Seventh edition. Boston: Little, Brown and Company. Five volumes. Lxii, This work is so well and favorably known to the profession that it is unnecessary to point out its merits in the field intended to be covered by the author.
A corporation is an organization—usually a group of people or a company—authorized by the state to act as a single entity (a legal entity; a legal person in legal context) and recognized as such in law for certain purposes. Early incorporated entities were established by charter (i.e.
by an ad hoc act granted by a monarch or passed by a parliament or legislature). William Wilson Cook ( – ) was an American attorney and legal scholar. He wrote extensively on matters of corporate law, including the seminal text, Cook on Corporations. Cook was also an early, major benefactor of the University of Michigan, particularly the University of Michigan Law SchoolAlma mater: University of Michigan (B.A.
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Boston: G.B. Reed. Chapter GENERAL CORPORATION LAW. General corporation law definitions. As used in sections to of the Revised Code, unless the context otherwise requires: (A) "Corporation" or "domestic corporation" means a corporation for profit formed under the laws of this state.
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Use this page to navigate to all sections within Business Corporation Law. JEAN KEATING'S PRISON TREATISE. Novem The courts are operating under Statute Law.
A "Statute" is defined in Black's Law Dictionary, Fourth Edition revised as a kind of bond or obligation of record, being an abbreviation for "statute merchant" or "statute staple".
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PRISON TREATISE, by Jean B. Keating. OCTOBER 10 th The courts are operating under Statute Law. A “Statute” is defined in black’s 4 th edition revised as a kind of bond or obligation of record, being an abbreviation for “statute merchant” or “statute staple.”. Statute –merchant = is defined as a security for a debt acknowledged to be due, entered into before the chief.
CORPORATION. corporation, n. An entity (usu. a business) having authority under law to act as a single person distinct from the shareholders who own it and having rights to issue stock and exist indefinitely; a group or succession of persons established in accordance with legal rules into a legal or juristic person that has legal personality distinct from the natural persons who make it up.
While this book is going through the press, the Supreme Court of the United States has sustained the constitutionality of the national inheritance tax law.1 The two points, which were made against the validity of the law in the preceding paragraph, were met and disposed of in the following manner: The court held that a tax upon inheritances was.
NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW statute. He does not himself take that step, but rather accepts the statute as it is. Indeed, his essential neutrality with respect to the statute and its policy is one of the book's strongest points. He high-lights deficiencies and difficulties but only to.
Corporate tax is imposed in the United States at the federal, most state, and some local levels on the income of entities treated for tax purposes as corporations.
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Most corporations are registered with the local jurisdiction as either a stock corporation or a non-stock corporation. Stock corporations sell stock to generate capital. A stock corporation is generally a for-profit corporation.
A non-stock corporation does not have stockholders, but may have members who have voting rights in the corporation. The common law of England is not the common law of New York or of Virginia; yet the Common Law is the basis of study in every law school in America which professes to be more than a mere trade-school for local artisans, and is the foundation of the principles.
As noted in Section 11 of Chapter 3, there are two circumstances in which an S corporation can inherit the of a C corporation—(1) where the was earned by the corporation at a time when it was a C corporation because it had not yet made the election for Subchapter S treatment, and (2) where the S corporation acquired a C corporation that had earnings and profits in either a nonrecognition.
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Taylor Bodies politic: The progressive history of organizational “real entity” : Thomas Joo.Stock: unlimited residual claim on the corporation capital stock after all creditors have been paid; right to elect directors, right to vote on fundamental changes Cert of Inc must describe the characteristics of the stock; the stocks may or may not include par value (NY a4, DE a4).