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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporation

A corporation is, at least in theory, owned and controlled by its ... In another kind of corporation, the legal document which ...

smallbusiness.chron.com/legally-owns-corporation-54930.html

A corporation is a complex legal entity. It is fairly easy to set up but the intricacies involved in managing the business and complying with regulatory and tax rules ...

info.legalzoom.com/legally-owns-corporation-22651.html

There are different schools of thought as to who legally owns a corporation. Many people argue, as the late economist Milton Friedman believed, that the ...

yourbusiness.azcentral.com/actually-owns-corporation-2941.html

The law recognizes a corporation as a wholly separate legal entity. This means that the business is actually viewed as being separate and distinct from the ...

jux.law/how-to-prove-you-own-your-business

Background: Legal Documents Use Various Terms for “Owner”. Shortly after business owners form a new LLC or corporation, they seek to open a bank account ...

www.ft.com/content/7bd1b20a-879b-11e5-90de-f44762bf9896

Nov 10, 2015 ... Shareholders own the corporation, and the duty of the directors to maximise ... was given 50 years ago by another legal scholar, Tony Honoré. ... what earthlings mean by ownership and asked who owned a corporation, the ...

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/corporation-basics-29867.html

An owner of a corporation can be held personally liable if he or she: ... as an extension of his or her personal affairs, rather than as a separate legal entity.

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/learn-about-business-ownership-structures-29785.html

Learn about the corporation, LLC, partnership, and sole proprietorship. ... Legally , a sole proprietorship is inseparable from its owner -- the business and the ...

archive.virtualchase.justia.com/articles/finding_company_owner.html

May 5, 2008 ... Teaching Legal Professionals How To Do Research ... How do you find the name of the owner of a small private company? ... KnowX returns a list of databases ( bankruptcies, corporate records) that contain matches. Be sure ...