Changes in legislation relating to the llc, especially the rights and responsibilities of participants, statute, equity capital and contributions of the participants, management of society and the alienation of shares of participants. Recall that prior to December 31, 2009 all llc in St. Petersburg must undergo re-registration procedure. Need for re-registration caused by the entry into force of 312 federal law. Consider in detail the major changes in legislation on Limited Liability Companies.
1. Law and responsibilities of parties to Talk llc may leave the company without the consent of the others, only if such right is expressly provided for in the statute. This situation complicates the procedure of withdrawal from society. If such a right in the statute does not is fixed, then "withdrawing" party will need to obtain the consent of all other participants. If a participant during the year are not fully paid their share, it would be required to pay a penalty.
Unpaid portion of shares passes to the public. If a party fails to pay the share is fully within one year after the company's registration with him would be to charge a penalty (fine or penalty) in the presence of such a provision in the treaty establishing the society. When This unpaid portion of a participant's share goes to the company. You can not pay the cost of participants, if due to this company would be insolvent. If the participant left the company, it may not pay him value of the share if it leads to bankruptcy of the company. 2. Charter, the charter capital of participants in the only founding document is the charter company. Previously, a number of details in the Memorandum and Articles of duplicated (in Specifically, controls the society, the order of exit of participants). Now, instead of the memorandum of association for registration of the llc founders will conclude an agreement on the establishment of the society. Company's authorized capital consists of shares of its participants. The concept of "contribution" is replaced by an "interest", which in practice will not affect the operation of companies.