Study on Shareholder’s Defective Capital Contribution and Civil Liability
Although the existing corporation law of China makes the restriction and liability regulation on shareholder’s defective capital contribution, it is mainly conducted for the limited liability company rather than the incorporated company. Hence, it discusses the shareholder’s defective capital contribution in Chinese corporation law and the civil liability it should undertake. It is hoped to find out the effective way to solve the problem of shareholder’s defective capital contribution in China.
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