Association of persons

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An association of persons is an amalgamation of at least two natural and / or legal persons who pursue a common purpose.

A distinction must be made between

Associations of persons can alternatively be subdivided into societies that arise on the basis of a partnership agreement with a specific purpose, and communities that are created by law . Federal German examples of companies are the partnership , the corporation and the registered association . Examples of communities are the fractional community (only one asset belongs to the parties in common; Section 741 BGB), connection ( Section 947 BGB), mixing ( Section 948 BGB), marital partnership (has no specific purpose; Section 1353 (1) sentence 2 BGB ), Community of property ( § 1411 and § 1485 BGB) and community of heirs (created by law; § 2032 BGB).

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Julia Preusser: Corporate Law. Exam knowledge, multiple choice tests, laws, judgments . 2007, ISBN 978-3-448-08270-8 , pp. 7 ( limited preview in Google Book search).