Shares in limited liability company according to companies act – basic rules

The share represents the contribution of a member into the limited liability company’s share capital which is expressed in percentage. A company member acquires a share in the company proportionately to the value of his contribution into the company’s share capital, unless otherwise provided by the memorandum of association upon company incorporation or by a unanimous resolution of the general meeting.

A company shareholder may have only one share in the company.

If a company shareholder acquires more shares, these shares are joined and comprise one share.

Legal Nature of Shares

A company’s shares are not securities.

A company’s shares may not be acquired, nor may they be disposed by forwarding a public offer in terms of the law regulating the capital market. Continue reading Shares in limited liability company according to companies act – basic rules

Contributions of the company

According to the provisions of the Companies Act contributions to the company may be pecuniary or in kind, and are expressed in dinars.

If a pecuniary contribution is paid in a foreign currency in accordance with the law governing foreign currency operations, the dinar counter value of the contribution is calculated using the National Bank of Serbia middle exchange rate on the day of contribution payment.

In kind contributions may be given in tangibles or intangibles, unless otherwise specified by the Companies Act for certain types of companies.

The company’s share (registered) capital is the pecuniary value of the company’s members’ subscribed contributions to the company, which is registered in accordance with the registration act. Continue reading Contributions of the company

Issuing a payment order

Payment order shall be issued in special proceeding which is governed by the provisions of Articles from 455 to 466 of Civil Procedure Law.

Conditions for Issuing Payment Orders

When a civil claim is related to a pecuniary claim which is due, this claim shall be proven by a credible document enclosed with the complaint either as an original document or a certified transcript, the court shall issue an order to the respondent to settle the claim (payment order) on condition that it is accompanied by a proof on delivered request for payment due receivables.

The following shall be considered as credible documents:

  • public documents
  • private documents where the signature of the debtor is certified by a competent body
  • promissory notes and cheques with protest and return accounts if these are required for the foundation of the claim
  • extracts from business accounts
  • invoices
  • documents which are deemed as public documents pursuant to specific provisions Continue reading Issuing a payment order