Since the amount of one share cannot be less than 5 baht, and the minimum number of shareholders is 3, theoretically the minimum amount for the formation of a limited liability company is 15 baht. However, this is usually not the case in practice, as limited liability companies usually have a minimum share capital sufficient to carry out their business (i.e. more than THB 15). After acquiring an existing legal entity, a foreign investor becomes the owner of the property held by that company. A foreigner may own real estate in Bosnia and Herzegovina on the basis of reciprocity with his own country, regardless of the assumption. The Ministry of Justice of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will publish, by 31 January, a list of countries with which Bosnia and Herzegovina does not have reciprocity with regard to the acquisition of real estate. By establishing a new company, even if it is exclusively owned by a foreign natural or legal person, foreign investors can acquire real estate in Bosnia and Herzegovina directly and without restrictions, as they effectively acquire the same legal rights and obligations as any local legal entity in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Example A company that issues 500 shares at £1 each has a share capital of £500. Share capital is not linked to the value of the company.
A corporation may increase its authorized share capital by ordinary resolution (unless its articles require a special or special resolution). A copy of the resolution – and a Notice of Increase on Form 123 – must be received by Companies House within 15 days of its adoption. There are no fees payable to Companies House. When a new company is set up in England and Wales or Scotland, it must register with Companies House, an executive agency of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Prior to October 2009, Northern Ireland companies were registered with the Northern Ireland Executive Department for Business, Trade and Investment, but since then company registrations from Northern Ireland, as well as the rest of the United Kingdom, have also been processed by Companies House. Both a limited share company and a company with unlimited share capital can re-register as a plc, but a company without share capital cannot do so. None, although a small amount of registered capital can sometimes be a trigger for counterparties. 1090.Si a public limited company incorporated under this section or section 117 of the 1985 Act has not obtained a business licence within one year of its incorporation, it may be dissolved by the court (see section 122(1)(b) of the Insolvency Act 1986). `The laws of the Member States shall prescribe that, for the formation of a company or the authorisation to commence business, a minimum share capital the amount of which may not be less than EUR 25 000.` A public limited company can be an unlisted or listed company. In the United Kingdom, a public limited company must generally include the words “public limited company” or the abbreviation “PLC” or “plc” at the end and in the company`s name. Welsh businesses can instead end their name with ccc, an abbreviation for cwmni cyfyngedig cyhoeddus.
 However, some joint-stock companies (mainly nationalised companies) created on the basis of specific legislation are exempt from the use of one of the identification suffixes.  The term “joint-stock company” and the suffix “plc”/”plc” were introduced in 1981; previously, all limited liability companies had the suffix “Limited” (“Ltd.”), which is still used by limited liability companies.  Minimum capital requirement is $1 in the currency chosen by the shareholder, unless a higher capital requirement is required in a required license. 1073.This section replaces section 117(3) of the 1985 Act. It prescribes the content of the application for business authorisation (see paragraph 1), which must contain, inter alia, a declaration that the nominal value of the company`s share capital is not less than the minimum allowed. Increased ability to raise future capital and make acquisitions (by offering shares to target companies). Limited liability companies have guarantors and a “guaranteed amount” instead of shareholders and shares.