Can a limited liability company be dissolved by the death of one of the partners?
No, a limited liability company won't dissolve by the death of one partner. The parts of the deceased partners are automatically transferred to her heirs.
What is the difference between a branch and a commercial representative office?
• The representative office is the office that offers technical support to the market and is in charge of public relations. This type of office does not do any commercial activity which can generate profit and therefore is not subject to corporate tax
• The branch can do any commercial activity except in cases banned by law, and therefore is subject to corporate tax
Can non-profit-making, educational institutions, universities and public libraries, without the authorization of the author, reproduce a limited number of computer programs for the purpose of offering them free of charge to students and university people?
Yes, non-profit-making educational institutions, universities and public libraries may, without the authorization of the author and without obligation to pay him compensation, reproduce a limited number of computer programs for the purpose of lending them free of charge to students and university people, provided that they possess at least one original copy of the work and provided that the Ministry of Education, the Ministry of Culture and Higher Education and the Ministry of Technical and Vocational Education subsequently issue decrees determining the copying mechanism, the categories of computer programs that may be copied and the number of copies allowed. Students may make one copy for their personal use.
How can I renew a factory license?
After the licensing committee receives the request to renew the factory license and the expired certificate, the committee studies the file and decides in a time frame of two months and a half to renew or decline the factory license.
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