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I noticed that there was a new SVG version of the Scales of Justice on the Wikimedia Commons, so I replaced the older PNG with it.
Tyler 15:33, 18 May 2007 (UTC)
Business Trust is currently linking to "Massachusetts Business Trust"... Seems to me that there should be some more general business trust article to link to.
I've changed the name to Companies law from business law because business law sometimes has a few meanings. In this case, the link led to "commercial law" which is about commercial/business transactions generally; this template is about business forms specifically, and I think it'll cause less confusion renaming it "companies". Wikidea 10:25, 6 June 2007 (UTC)
"Company types" in the U.S. includes corporations, partnerships, sole proprietorships etc. But in UK law it's the other way round - a company is a type of corporation, and partnerships are not companies. So if we need a heading for the top section of the template, it shouldn't be "company types" but "business types" or something like that - although that might lead to disputes about whether all companies are businesses (some are e.g. charities), so probably best not to bother with a heading at all.--Kotniski (talk) 15:55, 19 May 2008 (UTC)
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There are currently listed four Nordic company types on the template: The Swedish / Finnish AB ('share company' -- both plc and ltd), the Norwegian ANS (literally 'liable company', one of the two partnership types in Norway, the other being DA, 'shared liability'), the Norwegian AS ('share company', equivalent to a British ltd), and the Danish AS ('share company', equivalent to a British plc).
Shouldn't the template be cleaned up? Since the ltds are the most common type in Norway and Denmark, I suggest we drop the ANS and exchange the Danish AS with the Danish ApS (lit. 'part company', the 'part' being a share). Optionally drop the ANS, add the ApS and the Norwegian ASA ('public share company', equivalent to the Danish AS and British plc). —Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 23:33, 28 March 2011 (UTC)
I propose adding "England and Wales", Scotland, and Northern Ireland as three new jurisdictions.
I have been editing Charitable incorporated organisation, including creating Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. There is no UK law for such things, it only exists as "England and Wales", Scotland and soon-to-be Northern Irish in this case, with significant differences.
On looking more closely, I realised that the Charitable Incorporated Organisation already had an entry specific to England and Wales. I have added an entry for Scotland, and renamed the title (but not yet the article) on the original to include 'England and Wales'.
This does not address the case of Northern Ireland, which will soon be required for their own verison of the same vehicle.
Dan Shearer (talk) 17:40, 13 January 2022 (UTC)
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