There are a variety of business and corporate law cases daily within Europabusiness.
Corporate law mainly refers to documents that are associated with changes in the company register at the Swedish Companies Registration Office. The work we do attributable to corporate law is:
• formation of limited companies
• Annual General Meeting
• protocol writing
• Articles of Association
• election and change of board
• share register and share certificate
• financial year
• home delivery reservation
• share capital increase, new share issue
• share capital increase, stock dividend
• convertible promissory note
• reduction of share capital
• merger between parent company and wholly owned subsidiary
By business law, we mean the following at Europabusiness:
• to acquire premises
• to raise working capital
• to sign agreements
• to leave credit and get paid
• to take out insurance
• to get into a dispute
• to become insolvent
To raise working capital
A business can be financed in different ways, but it is mostly done through a combination of own and borrowed funds and supplier credits. To be able to borrow money from a bank (the most important lender), collateral in the form of real estate or corporate mortgages or some form of guarantee is required. Europabusiness helps to assess the form of security to be provided in different situations.
To sign an agreement
Our clients can enter into agreements in various ways. On the one hand, you can enter into agreements with your suppliers and on the other hand with your customers. Europabusiness helps in drawing up agreements. We help to establish agreements in the event of a transfer of business or in the event of a transfer of a limited liability company.
To get into a dispute
If any of our clients are the subject of a lawsuit, either that someone has sued our client or that our client wishes to sue someone else, we can help with legal contacts. At the first meeting with the lawyer, questions about legal expenses insurance usually occur, which is why it may be an idea to bring current insurance documents.
If you do not have the ability to pay your invoices at the right rate, you are insolvent. An insolvency can lead to you being subjected to collection measures and later being the subject of composition negotiations according to the composition law, ending up in a situation regarding a liquidation obligation or risking bankruptcy.