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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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These effects include changes in federal law or policy and in national industry trends that may affect proprietorship.
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.
Finally, one might mention the lack of any sort of analytical or explanatory device by which Day's book helps readers to understand why some of the "conquerors" he describes succeed (at least for long periods of time) and others fail--even though they all employ, in one way or another, the three basic strategies that lie at the heart of his "global" interpretation of human experience: a "legal" claim to the land, a claim of effective or de facto proprietorship, and a claim of moral proprietorship.
Written in plain language, this book/CD-ROM package provides a blueprint for setting up a sole proprietorship in any state without using an attorney.
1, 2010, for all California-licensed firms, including sole proprietorships, performing specified accounting and auditing services.
The important thing in selling a sole proprietorship plan (or any other insurance) is to ascertain quickly the appeal which will fit the interest and experience of the prospect.
Doha, 24 August: Qatar Insurance Company (QIC) announced the board of directors approval on the establishment of a "Sole Proprietorship Company " under the name of "QIC GROUP ", with a paid up capital of QR 2 Million.
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.
A sole proprietorship can be formed by finding a location and opening the door for business.
Subchapter "S" corporation: This is a special section of the IRS code and permits a corporation to be taxed as a partnership or sole proprietorship. Businesses must meet certain requirements and should only be formed with the assistance of an attorney.
See how to advise clients who want to buy or sell the assets or stock of a corporate business, the assets or interest of a partnership, or the assets or business of a sole proprietorship. This edition provides details on tax changes, including amortization of goodwill and other intangibles, the election for small business stock and the capitalization of acquisition costs.