Category Archives: Consolidation of Limited Liability Company

Privatization of A State Owned Limited Liability Company

Definition of Privatization What is privatization? According to Law Number 19 year 2003 concerning State Owned Companies (“UU BUMN”), privatization is the selling of shares belonging to a state owned company in a limited liability company with at least 51% (fifty one percent) of its shares owned by the Republic of Indonesia (“Company”), the remaining…
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Classification of Shares in a Limited Liability Company

Based on the provision above, it can be stated that shares are an indivisible unit of capital, expressing the contractual relationship between the Company and the shareholder. According to Article 7 paragraph (2) Company Law, each founder of a Company must subscribe shares at the time the company is established. Clasification of Shares and The Rights  Attached to It.…
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Consolidation of Limited Liability Company

Article 1 paragraph (10) of Law Number 40 of 2007 on Limited Liability Company (“Company Law”), regulates a definition of consolidation, as follows: “Consolidation means a legal action taken by two or more Companies to consolidate themselves by means of establishing a new Company which by operation law obtains the assets and liabilities of the…
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