[01PacRimLPolyJ127] Establishing a Stock Corporation in Japan After the 1990 Revision of the Commercial Code

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[01PacRimLPolyJ127] Establishing a Stock Corporation in Japan After the 1990 Revision of the Commercial Code

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Title: [01PacRimLPolyJ127] Establishing a Stock Corporation in Japan After the 1990 Revision of the Commercial Code
Author: MacLennan, Bruce W.; Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal
Abstract: Abstract: The most recent revision of the laws governing the incorporation of a kabushiki kaisha-stock corporation-in Japan brought an increased capitalization requirement, made it possible for one person to perform the incorporation, and removed the necessity of having a court-appointed inspector examine certain transactions undertaken in the process of incorporation. Additionally, FECL and Anti-Monopoly Law reporting requirements for inward direct investments have recently been liberalized. These and other revisions designed to increase creditor protection and streamline the process have changed incorporation procedures considerably. This comment examines these statutory changes and describes in detail the process of incorporating a subsidiary of a foreign corporation as a kabushiki kaisha under the new laws.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1773.1/995
Date: 1992-01

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