Street house Properties closed corporation submitted an application to purchase a portion of land for an amusement and recreational park.
What does CC stand for?
CC stands for Closed Corporation (South Africa)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 357 other meanings of CC in our Acronym Attic
- Clinical Center (NIH)
- Clinical Chemistry
- Clock Crew (Flash artists group)
- Clomiphene Citrate
- Clone Commander (Star Wars)
- Close Captioned
- Close Combat
- Closed Captioning
- Closed Circuit
Samples in periodicals archive:
It was mentioned, that Kyrgyzstan may loose its sovereignty because of closed corporations activities.
But what we have are white lawyers in this country facilitating the transfer of land from one closed corporation to another without seeking clearance from the state.
He applies this analysis to the long standing debate over appropriate exit rules for closed corporation shareholders.
Marriage was an economic pact in which fidelity was essential to maintain a stable home for kids and, in more traditional societies, to ensure the purity of bloodlines--only the wife's chastity could assure the father that the children he was raising, and to whom he would pass on his property, were really his, The family was primarily an economic institution, and monogamy guaranteed that it would remain a closed corporation.
The member need only supply such information once and need not comply with subsequent requests from the representative, or from other individuals associated with the client entity, to again provide the information," The court rejected the plaintiff's argument that because jasmine was a closed corporation, the defendants had a duty to treat it as a partnership and to respond to the plaintiffs request as if she were a partner.
In Kelly, the court explained that in dealing with a closed corporation, personal liability should require more than "mere status as a corporate officer" and suggested a fact-specific test based on power and authority, rather than personal participation in the wrongful conduct.
You are sole proprietor, partner or shareholder of a closed corporation and you ask, "What is a buy-sell agreement and why do I need one?