English translation: "Jointstock Company or Corporation under Domestic By-Laws"
Login or register (free and only takes a few minutes) to participate in this question.
You will also have access to many other tools and opportunities designed for those who have language-related jobs (or are passionate about them). Participation is free and the site has a strict confidentiality policy.
13:03 Nov 18, 2000
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Law/Patents
Spanish term or phrase:Sociedades por Acciones de Estatutos Nacionales
...una sociedad constituida en la Argentina, con domicilio legal en la calle xxx, Buenos Aires, Argentina y registrada en el Registro Público de Comercio, Inspección General de Justicia con fecha 20 de mayo de 1995 bajo el Nº111 Lº111, Tº A de Sociedades por Acciones de Estatutos Nacionales y sus reformas posteriores. Las Acciones Vendidas se encuentran en posesión de los Vendedores.
Explanation: There are in fact two parts to your question:
1. Sociedades por Acciones is a definition of a kind of company as in the following page --> http://www.google.com/search?q=cache:www.mcei.gov.bo/web_mce...
Extract "En la sociedad en comandita por acciones, los socios gestores responden por las obligaciones sociales como los socios de la sociedad colectiva**. Los socios comanditarios limitan su responsabilidad al monto suscrito en sus acciones"
**Sociedades Colectivas: Todos los socios responden de las obligaciones sociales en forma solidaria e ilimitada.
El contrato señalará el régimen de administración. En su defecto, la sociedad será administrada por cualquiera de sus socios."
2. de Estatutos Nacionales appears not part of the title, even though the capitals would lead one to think so. I think it's a reference to the laws and their subsequent modifications that govern the functioning of these companies
I don't know how to say this in English. The fact is there are many pages on the web describing different kinds of companies, DEPENDING ON THE COUNTRY. The nearest lexical equivalent I found was in the following page - private company limited by shares, which seems to fit with the definition I found.
Extract "Types of company (GREAT BRITAIN!)
There are four main types of company:
***A private company limited by shares - the members' liability is limited to the amount unpaid on shares held by them.***
A private company limited by guarantee - the members' liability is limited to the amount they have undertaken to contribute to the company's assets if it is wound up.
A private unlimited company - there is no limit to the members' liability.
A public company - the members' liability is limited to the amount unpaid on shares held by them, and which must have an authorised share capital of at least GBP50,000 at the time of incorporation"