Individual company of micro small medium business (MSME’s) in the study of law number 11 of 2020

Subagiyo, Dwi Tatak Individual company of micro small medium business (MSME’s) in the study of law number 11 of 2020. International Journal of Judicial Law. (Unpublished)

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Research with the title individual company small and medium micro enterprises (MSMEs) in the study of law number 11 of 2020, raises issues including how to organize individual companies specifically for micro, small and medium enterprises without a complete limited liability company organ and what are the accountability and accountability of special individual companies Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises towards third parties. Relying on normative juridical research methods there are various approaches. The writing of this research uses a statute approach, a conceptual approach, and a comparative study approach. The results obtained in this study are as follows: The implementation of individual companies, especially MSMEs that have incomplete company organs, is regulated through the Ciptaker Law and PP number 8 of 2021 after the researchers examined it, it turned out that these regulations conflict with the Company Law and the Ciptaker Law itself. In the opinion of researchers, if the Indonesian government wants to make more comprehensive arrangements regarding individual companies so that they do not collide with the preference principle. The arrangements regarding liability of limited liability companies from the Criminal Code to the Ciptaker Law have not changed much, lawmakers always make regulations that protect the position of limited liability companies as long as the organs in the limited liability company do not make mistakes/do not violate the authority obtained from the company's articles of association and statutory regulations. -applicable invitations. With the enactment of the Ciptaker Law, which broadens the definition of a Limited Liability Company with the existence of an Individual Company, according to researchers, the existence of an Individual Company whose shares are only owned by one person makes the Individual Company not have a good system of checks and balances so that it has the potential to harm third parties.

Item Type: Other
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law
Depositing User: Sulimin BP3
Date Deposited: 22 Nov 2023 00:40
Last Modified: 22 Nov 2023 00:40

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