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Legal Structures for Community Enterprise
Transcript of Legal Structures for Community Enterprise
limited by guarantee Community Benefit Society Company Private Company
limited by guarantee Private Company
limited by shares Community Interest Company
limited by shares Public Limited Company x x Handmade Bakery Company
Community Interest Company
Limited Liability Partnership Co-operative Society Simple and cheap to create and register
Less onerous administration than Limited Company
Can be a co-operative
Can be used for temporary equity (investor buy-out)
May be useful for consortia
Cannot be a charity as must be “for profit”
Not favoured by funding bodies
Not well understood in social enterprise sector
Legislation – Limited Liability Partnership Act 2000 + Partnership Act 1890 and Companies Act 1985 & 2006
Regulated by Companies House
Governing documents – Membership Agreement (optional)