Establishment (law)

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In jurisprudence , founding is the beginning of one's own legal personality , i.e. when a new legal person is brought into being by natural or legal persons. A distinction is made between:

The purposes are not always that clear, for example in the case of a legally competent association , institutions under public law , foundations , churches or trade unions .

The prerequisites for a legally effective formation are diverse and regularly standardized by law. You range z. B. from a simple decision (founding an association) to a notarial deed (founding a GmbH). A violation of the respective legal conditions usually makes the formation ineffective.

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