As the title of this document mentions, we will be able to visualize the type of companies with the highest occupation in the current market, which belong to the commercial branch and existing under Mexican legislation, based on the fact that, to create, or design any business or corporate entity, the way to do it is by turning it into a company depending on the service core, since this defines with greater certainty the legal regime that the company will have.
In Mexico there are two most common types of commercial companies, which are detailed below:
|Information||Limited-liability Company (S. DE R.L.)||Stock Company (S.A)|
|characteristics and object||Mainly focused on the maquila industry, manufacturing, assembly, manufacturing, production, repair, import||Carry out any activity that constitutes commercial speculation|
|Number of partners or shareholders||Minimum: 2 – Maximum: 50||Minimum: 2 – Maximum: unlimited|
|Capital Stock||The equivalent to seven hundred times the general minimum wage in force in the Distrito Federal||Can be incorporated with a capital of MXN$1.00|
|Integration of Capital Stock||Capital Shares||Nominative Shares|
|Entry of and exclusion of partners or shareholders||The transfer of shares requires the prior consent of the General Assembly||It is entered with the fact of acquiring shares without prior consent to the rest of the Shareholders, provided that the others shareholders have not exercised their right to do so and there are no causes for exclusion of shareholders|
|Incorporation||Public Deed registered in the Public Registry of Property and Commerce||Public Deed registered in the Public Registry of Property and Commerce|
|Liability of partners or shareholders||They respond to the obligations up to the amount of their contributions to the capital stock.||They respond to the obligations up to the amount of their contributions to the capital stock.|
|Summons||They will be summoned by the managers; if they do not do so, by the Supervisory Board, and in the absence or omission of the latter, by the partners representing more than a third of the capital stock each partner at least, with eight days of anticipation of the assembly.||It can be establishing the case in which a prior call is not required.|
|Administrative board||Board of Directors or Sole Administrator, one or more managers, temporary or indefinite||Board of Directors or Sole Administrator|
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