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Unlimited Companies: Companies Act 2014

DATE: 03.02.2016

The Companies Act 2014 introduced a number of material changes for Irish unlimited companies.  In an article forming part of a collection of articles for Practical Law on the Companies Act 2014, Kieran Trant and Dorothy Hargaden of Matheson’s Corporate Department examine the main differences between limited liability companies and unlimited liability companies under Irish law and identify the main changes to the rules governing unlimited liability companies brought about by the Companies Act 2014.

This article first appeared in Practical Law in December 2015.

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