Different types of private companies creation: Coddan specialists can offer a number of different types of private company set-up through our website, and we also provide expert advice and insights to assist business owners in their choice. The range of potential options can make the entire process daunting for people that are starting to get their business off of the ground, and we will analyse the exact needs and requirements of a company before making a suggestion. Whatever the final decision may be, our personnel have more than 20 years of experience in this business area, and the formalities will be completed with the highest levels of professionalism.
Registering a private limited company by shares is both a traditional and popular option for new registrations, and we can unsure that the ownership structure is clearly defined - both in law and from a practical point of view. By definition, a majority shareholder will be a single entity that holds more than half of a company's shares (albeit 51%, 50.1% etc). In terms of voting, shares can also be distributed equally between parties, and many businesses choose to include a 1% holding or a 2% holding for the individual to have a deciding vote.
An intellectual property management company is a concept that has grown in popularity in recent years, and it relates to a business that operates to protect 'ideas' and 'concepts' from unlawful copying - it can encompass all aspects of copyright infringement. Coddan legal representatives have monitored the boom in digital media within the last decade, and we can provide an unrivalled level of expertise to any business that wants to protect video, audio and graphical content for the benefit of their business. The Internet has enabled data to be transferred and manipulated at a frightening pace, which means that there has never been a better time to protect a company's intellectual property rights.
Trends in the housing industry have led to a sharp increase in the number of flats and apartments that are being built, as opposed to larger houses. By registering a flats management company, a property operator can complete all of the everyday tasks that are required, including the collection of rents and service fees. Residents appreciate having this as a point of contact, and the rental value of a property can be enhanced with the promise of a professional management company. Flats that are sold can also benefit from this kind of setup, as any communal area will still come with a number of collective responsibilities - these include service fees, maintenance schemes and parking controls.