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Commercial Terminology

German Commercial law, Company law, Agent law, Business law, Corporate law, Finance law, Sales representatvive law, Transport law, Shipping law, CSIG, INCOTERMS, Tax law, European Commercial law

You may have already noticed that when talking about business many terms like enterprise, business and company are often been used as synonyms.

But are those really all the same terms? What shall you unterstand by each of those individual terms? Which legal differences shall you be informed about?

If you are talking about  an enterprise you will have to do with the legal framework for the provision of services of a certain business. This latter is popularly used but in fact it only describes the place in which the goods offered by a certain company are produced or the services are provided. A company represents the legally protected name of the enterprise, which is – almost always –  registered in the company register.

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