Verkhovna Rada Adopted the Law “On Limited Liability Companies and Additional Liability Companies”
The Verkhovna Rada supported on second reading and in general the law “On Limited Liability Companies and Additional Liability Companies” (No. 4666) with technical and legal amendments. According to the Interfax-Ukraine Agency, 285 people’s deputies voted for the document.
As the Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Economic Policy Andrey Ivanchuk (the fraction “People’s Front”) has noted, presenting the law in the parliament, now this issue is regulated by the legislation adopted back in 1991. At the same time, according to the words of the official, limited liability company is the most popular type of Ukrainian companies, and today there are more than half a million of them.
Andrey Ivanchuk also added that regarding the law No. 4666, they received 503 amendments on second reading, 360 of which were taken into account.
The law provides that the value of the LLC’s share is established as of the day before the meeting of the LLC members, at which the decision to exclude the member from the LLC was made.
The transitional provisions of the document also contain the provisions for the compulsory acquisition of a share by a member.