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Where your business is a company, the place of incorporation.
Its status and capacity is determined by the law of the place of incorporation.
This list includes name of company, stock symbol, and place of incorporation.
For companies, some states determine the residence of a corporation based on its place of incorporation.
Usually, it resides in the place of incorporation or place of its registered office.
In 2008, the company announced that it was shifting its place of incorporation from Bermuda to Switzerland.
A corporation's place of domicile is equivalent to its place of incorporation.
On December 19, 2008, the company completed the process of changing its place of incorporation from the Cayman Islands to Switzerland.
Under these provisions, the applicable law is determined with reference to the place of incorporation or organisation of the relevant intermediary, or its principal place of business.
The extent of an artificial person's capacity depends on the law of the place of incorporation and the enabling provisions included in the constitutive documents of incorporation.
Place of incorporation is the yardstick for some other indexes, including the Frank Russell Company's Russell 3000, which excludes Schlumberger, Carnival and Tyco.
Accenture announced on May 26, 2009 that its Board of Directors unanimously approved changing the company's place of incorporation to Ireland from Bermuda and would become Accenture plc.
There is no evidence that the law of the place of incorporation of I.B.C., Liberia, impinges on these points so as to incapacitate I.B.C. in any relevant way.
In most cases, a resident of a country is any person that is subject to tax under the domestic laws of that country by reason of domicile, residence, place of incorporation, or similar criteria.
(1) If an employer controls a corporation whose place of incorporation is in a foreign country, any practice by such corporation prohibited under this section shall be presumed to be such practice by such employer.
"We believe that upon further analysis, the committee will conclude that aspects of the U.S. tax law drive U.S. companies to change their place of incorporation in order to compete on a level playing field with international peers," it added.
Many US states have adopted the Model Business Corporation Act, but the dominant state law for publicly traded corporations is Delaware, which continues to be the place of incorporation for the majority of publicly traded corporations.
That is any auditor of an authorised institution incorporated in the U K. It also covers auditors of authorised institutions whose place of incorporation is outside the European community and who's initial authorisation has been granted by another regulator, even though such auditors may be appointed under a foreign law.
Last year, in a suit brought against New York by Delaware - where most of the nation's biggest brokerage concerns are incorporated because of the state's favorable tax laws - the United States Supreme Court ruled that such funds should revert not to the state of a broker's operation but to the place of incorporation.