Reduction of share capital of the limited liability company

A limited liability company’s share capital may be reduced by the resolution of the company’s general meeting, but not below the minimum share capital, which amounts to at least RSD 100, unless a special law provides a higher amount of the share capital for companies dealing in certain business activities.

Decision to reduce the share capital of a limited liability company below the minimum share capital may be passed only under a condition that an increase in share capital is simultaneously carried out, so that, as a result of such reduction and increase the company’s share capital becomes at least equal to the minimum amount of share capital, which amounts to at least RSD 100, unless a special law provides a higher amount of the share capital for companies dealing in certain business activities.

If the limited liability company fails to simultaneously pass a decision on increase of share capital and fails to carry out such increase, the decision on reduction of share capital is null and void. Continue reading Reduction of share capital of the limited liability company

Company’s legal form change

Company may change its legal form under the conditions and procedure which have been prescribed by the provisions of Articles 478 to 482 of the Companies Act.

Concept of a Legal Form Change

By changing the legal form, a company converses from one legal form into another legal form, in accordance with Companies Act.

The change of the company’s legal form does not affect the legal personality of that company.

The provisions of the Companies Act governing establishment of a form of a company apply mutatis mutandis to the change of a legal form of the relevant company, unless this Act stipulates otherwise. Continue reading Company’s legal form change