This book presents a clear and precise overview of the key aspects of German business law. It was written by attorneys involved in the daily practice of business law in Germany and is aimed at people who wish to orient themselves quickly in which it impacts business pur with the German legal system and the manner chases, establishment, operations and liquidations. The first section of the book is devoted to an explanation of the major issues to be considered in acquiring or establishing a business in Germany, whereas the second section focuses on areas of special consideration. In both sections special attention has been paid to highlighting and explaining the differences between the German legal system and that of the United States, though the intention is to pro vide information that will prove valuable to all foreigners, particularly business men and women and lawyers advising clients with an interest in doing business in Germany. Though it is the object of this book to present readers with a general orientation and the foundation for making informed decisions concerning business transac tions in Germany, it cannot possibly function as a substitute for case-specific pro fessional advice and by no means purpmts to do so. Those readers who wish to follow up on any decisions they may have formed on the basis of the material presented here are well advised to seek the guidance of qualified attorneys and tax advisors before entering into any bindin;g: obligations.A Practical Manual Michael Wendler, Bernd Tremml, Bernard John Buecker ... property for more than 10 years, and the seller not have the intention of trading real estate as a business (for example, the ... if he wishes to make investments in commercial income, or investments in an income received from rentals or leasings, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Key Aspects of German Business Law|
|Author||:||Michael Wendler, Bernd Tremml, Bernard John Buecker|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-06-05|