The 3 Types of Share Capital Contributions in France

In order to create a company in France, the associates or shareholders have to put a certain amount of properties at the disposal of the enterprise in order to constitute the share capital.

This deposit of properties is known as contributions (apports in French) and they are three main types: cash contributions, in-kind contributions, and industry contributions.

The Legal Announcement

A legal announcement is an advertisement that mentions the information of a company.

These legal announcements must appear in a journal authorised to publish legal announcements (known as JAL in France), and which must be distributed in the district of ​​the head office of the company (it can be a local, regional, or national journal).

The “K-bis” extract

The K-bis of a commercial company is its identity card.

It is, in fact, an extract from the commercial register issued by the registry of the Commercial Court. It is considered as the only official document attesting and proving the legal existence of a company.

The “K-bis” extract

The K-bis of a commercial company is its identity card.

It is, in fact, an extract from the commercial register issued by the registry of the Commercial Court. It is considered as the only official document attesting and proving the legal existence of a company.

The “K-bis” extract

The K-bis of a commercial company is its identity card.

It is, in fact, an extract from the commercial register issued by the registry of the Commercial Court. It is considered as the only official document attesting and proving the legal existence of a company.