This article identifies issues related to the initial and current capitalization of the business. Other topics are for other articles in the future. Capitalization of the official names of contracts, agreements, legal orders, laws and other official documents, as well as their brief official subtitles: the example of Net Lawman is a “know-how”. We sometimes use this word in the definitions of our intellectual property agreements. We have stated that intellectual property (among a long list) includes know-how. But what do we mean by know-how? Here too, you and I can interpret it differently. This is how we define know-how, although we only call it in the definition of intellectual property. This retains the definition of intellectual property that is both short and easy to read, but also precise. The secondary group is dealt with in a section of the agreement called the “issuance of additional shares”. The second best instrument for protecting a shareholder is the use of a loan agreement in which the company has no choice but to give the shareholder the right to retain his assets through a loan as a capital contribution. This loan is paid through dividends and these dividends are withheld by the company in exchange for a reduction in the principle of the loan (remember that interest is also an issue). Another possibility is to allow the shareholder concerned to contribute the respected capital for a longer period. One of the good solutions is to give the shareholder one to three years to make payments so that he can continue to hold his initial percentage.
At this stage, the importance of the wording of the subcontract was emphasized. The agreement clearly states that both sides are accused of “certain dangers,” including flooding, until the “terminal date” is reached. The definition of terminal date was found in clause 6.1 and states that the “terminal date” is “the date of practical completion of the subcontracting work”. If the flood had occurred before the date of the terminal, it would not be possible to make a claim against SFS. On the other hand, GB would be able to follow the claim, provided that it was found that the flood occurred after the date of the terminal. In addition to the standard contract form, other documents have been included in the final conclusion of the contractual agreement. These included a change plan explaining how to interpret subcontracting and the important definition of “practical achievement”. . . .