About theoretical reasons for ignoring principle of limited liability with regard to group of companies
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Akhmetov Azat Ildarovich postgraduate student. Place of study: Russian state university of justice. Department: civil law chair.
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The article is devoted to the classical principle of corporate law - the principle of limited liability of a shareholder. The principle of limited liability, which arose during the existence of simple corporations as an instrument of stimulating the investments of individuals, should be applied in accordance principle of justice and the purposes of this institution, which cannot by fully applied to group of companies.
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Akhmetov A.I., (2018), ABOUT THEORETICAL REASONS FOR IGNORING PRINCIPLE OF LIMITED LIABILITY WITH REGARD TO GROUP OF COMPANIES. Gaps in Russian legislation, 5: 90-93.
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Keywords:
the principle of limited liability, Corporation, group of companies.