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When is a company prohibited from paying out money to its shareholders?
Risks connected with shareholders’ receipt of money from a limited-liability company out of the assets necessary to cover the share capital.
A shareholder's right to exercise individual supervision of the affairs of a limited-liability company
Shareholders may obtain knowledge about the affairs of a limited-liability company not only from the company’s annual financial report and the management board’s annual business report.
Take a break from business
If business operations are not generating the expected profits, instead of closing down the business it is possible to suspend operations for a certain period. How should one go about this in a legal and effective manner?