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proprietor

1. an owner of an unincorporated business enterprise
2. a person enjoying exclusive right of ownership to some property
3. US history a governor or body of governors of a proprietary colony
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The Ministry urged owners of sole proprietorships and commercial companies to cancel or renew their expired CRs as till March 31st, 2018 to ensure accuracy of their establishments data.
According to a statement issued here on Friday, the requirements further stipulates that all persons subject to fit and proper criteria shall submit an affidavit to the SECP that the person and the companies, firms, sole proprietorship etc.
Professional, scientific, and technical services made up the largest sector in terms of the number of individual tax returns reporting nonfarm sole proprietorship activity for 2012, followed by the other services sector, which was mainly comprised of personal and laundry services (Figure A).
One of the manners by which this gap can be narrower is the existence of the managerial proprietorship in the proprietorship structure of the company.
With respect to the structuring of the Sole Proprietorship Company, the Companies Law provides that the objects of the company, the minimum capital and numbers of parts, the term of the company, its management and other necessary details, shall be specified within the Executive Bylaws (still not released to date).
A sole proprietorship is the easiest business to form because no official action is required.
This volume has a simple and seductive theme: that the history of the world can best be understood as "the history of peoples on the move, as they occupy new lands and establish their particular claims of proprietorship over them.
Sole proprietorship; small business start-up kit; the ultimate guide to starting a sole proprietorship, 3d ed.
As such, all licensees are required to respond to a recently mailed notice from the CBA, even if only to inform the CBA they are not operating as a sole proprietorship and are therefore not subject to the peer review requirement.
There are four important phases to sole proprietorship insurance:
A sole proprietorship is the simplest form of business entity--simply an individual taxpayer operating a business--and, for that reason, many small businesses start out as sole proprietorships.
For the first time, BEA has developed various statistics related to partnership and sole proprietorship tax returns for regions and states for 2002-2005.