Illegal Decisions of a Shareholders Assembly – The Case of the Republic of Macedonia

Petkukjeski, Ljupco and Andonov, Marko and Mihajloski, Zoran and Miseva, Kristina (2014) Illegal Decisions of a Shareholders Assembly – The Case of the Republic of Macedonia. Balkan Social Science Review, 3.

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The Shareholders Assembly is a body of the shareholders of a company that includes and incorporates all the shareholders with a goal to exercise their rights in the work of the company.

The decisions of the Shareholders Assembly, since its institutionalization, and during its operations, are legal acts (legal work). Just like any other legal action, the decisions of the Shareholders Assembly must be in accordance with the Constitution, the law sand good business practices. However, the decisions of the Assembly are not always in accordance with the law, or they may be illegal from legal and substantive perspective. In such case, the decision of the Shareholders Assembly shall be invalid (entirely or partially) because the conditions for its validity in accordance with the law and the statutes of the company will not be met. The Decisions of the Shareholders Assembly are significant as well for achieving the business venture of the company. The illegality of these decisions can lead to repercussions of economic and social nature. Subsequently, the adoption of illegal decisions must be prevented.

The main objective of this paper is to assist in determining and clarifying the types of unlawful decisions, to clarify the manner of exercising judicial protection against unlawful adopted decisions, to specify the types of law suits challenging the unlawful decisions and to indicate the legal consequences from the court decisions.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Shareholders Assembly, unlawfulness, decisions, nullity.
Subjects: Social Sciences > Law
Divisions: Faculty of Law
Depositing User: Kristina Miseva
Date Deposited: 28 Nov 2014 14:56
Last Modified: 28 Nov 2014 14:56

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