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Коммандитное общество
Коммандитным обществом является персональное общество
> целью которого является:
■ осуществление коммерческой деятельности с использованиемобщей фирмы и в котором на основании договора общества объединены два или несколько лиц (членов),
■ если ответственность по меньшей мере одного члена общества(коммандита) в отношении кредиторов общества ограничена размером его вложения,
■ а ответственность остальных несущих личную ответственностьчленов общества (комплементариев) не ограничена.В отношении коммандитного общества применяются положениянастоящего закона о полном обществе, если настоящим разделомне установлено иное.
Заявление о внесении в коммерческий регистр
В заявлении о внесении общества в коммерческий регистр указывается в отношении каждого коммандита:
1) имя, фамилия, личный код и место жительства, а для юридического лица - наименование, регистрационный номер и юридический адрес;
2) сумма вложения и общая сумма вложений коммандитов.
Коммандит не имеет права участвовать в делопроизводстве общества.
Коммандит не имеет права выдвигать возражения против действия комплементария, за исключением случая превышения этим действием пределов обычно осуществляемой коммерческой деятельности.

Коммандит имеет право в любое время потребовать письменный отчет об имущественном положении общества и проверить его правильность, ознакомившись с документами бухгалтерского учета и другими документами общества.
На основании соответствующего иска коммандита суд может истребовать от общества письменный отчет об имущественном положении общества (копию баланса и годового отчета), а также предъявления документов бухгалтерского учета и других документов общества, если на это имеется важная причина.
Часть прибыли общества, полагающаяся коммандиту, причисляется к доле его капитала, пока она не достигнет суммы определенного вложения.…...

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