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Separation of partners
Published 13 April, 2016 | By burgueraadmin
Can minority shareholders avoid a capital increase?
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Published 28 November, 2015 | By burgueraadmin
Los socios tienen derecho a desvincularse en los casos que establece el artículo 346 the TRLSC and the company must reimburse the financial content of its shares.
The following is the work of Juan Rafael Juan Sanjosé, Alternate Judge of the Provincial Court of Castellón.
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