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Dissolution and liquidation in one notary deed
The new BCC allows for the dissolution and liquidation of a company in one notary deed and makes some adjustments to the attendance requirement for the general meeting.
Directors’ liability: The new Belgian Company Code will lead to more flexibility
The new Belgian Company Code now explicitly states that directors must exercise their general duties with reasonable care, skill and diligence.
Governance structure of a public limited liability company (NV/SA)
With the new Belgian Company Code the composition of the NV board is more flexible with the creation of 3 governance regimes: monistic governance, sole director and dual governance.
The cooperative company
The cooperative company (CC) is a flexible form of company with variable capital, enabling its shareholders to enter and exit on the basis of the corporate capital.
The (I)NPO and foundation: incorporation and publication
The new Belgian Company Code (BCC) has aligned the rules applicable to a non-profit organization and foundation to those applicable to companies.
Reduction in the number of company forms
In light of the simplification of the corporate landscape, the Belgian Company Code (BCC) introduces a drastic reduction in the number of different company forms.
The limited liability company without capital
The key feature of the Belgian Company Code (BCC) is undoubtedly the simplification and flexibilization of the private limited liability company.
The permanent representative of a director - legal entity
This article relates to the appointment of a permanent representative when a legal entity has been appointed as a member of a governing body of a company with legal personality.
Daily management: extended powers and applicability to the BV/SRL and CV/SC
The board of directors of a public limited liability company (NV/SA) has the possibility to delegate the daily management to one or more directors or to other persons.
Are you prepared for the new Company Code?
The long-awaited Code of Companies and Associations will become a reality in 2019. Both existing and newly-established companies should begin preparing themselves.