FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – FAQ
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A limited liability company (LLC) can have from 1 to 50 founders.
A limited liability company (LLC) is registered within 5 days, but for an additional fee the registration can be made within a day or even within 4 hours.
The set of documents is submitted to the I.P. “Public Services Agency”, department of: “Registration and licensing of law units.”.
An associate can be excluded if he does not repay the contribution to the share capital, commits frauds to the detriment of the company or uses its assets to his advantage or that of the third parties.
A natural person or a legal person can act as a director of a company.
A joint stock company is the trading company whose share capital is divided into shares and whose obligations are guaranteed with the assets of the company.
A share is a document attesting the right of the owner (the shareholder) to participate in the management of the company, to receive dividends, as well as a part of its assets in case of the company’s liquidation.
The founders of the public association can be both natural and/or legal persons.
A public association must have at least 3 founders (natural and / or legal persons, public associations).
Yes, the name of the public association can be a natural person’s name, yet only if that person provided her agreement.
In order to obtain a legal status, the public association must register its status with the Ministry of Justice.
In this case, the creditor sends an order to the debtor, requesting the execution of the debtor’s obligations.
The application for admission of the claim is submitted within the time limit set in the court decision or in the notification of the provisional administrator.
The creditor can calculate a late interest rate, and if that does not motivate the debtor to fulfill his obligation, the creditor goes to the court and initiates litigation.
The victim patient can bring an action in the court within 3 years from the moment the patient discovered or was due to be aware of the case of malpractice.
The victim should present the following documents: medical certificates, payment receipts and forensic expertise.
Check if your marriage has been registered with the civil status office. You must have the original marriage certificate.
You must request a duplicate of the marriage certificate from the Public Services Agency, filling in a typical application and paying a fee.
These transactions can be canceled judicially.
In order to divide the common property assets of the former spouses into devolution, the law provides time period of 3 years.
In the Republic of Moldova, the marriage can be annulled at the civil status office, at the notary’s office or in the court, depending on certain circumstances.
The alimony can be established in a fixed amount or in a share, which varies depending on the number of children.
According to the Family Code, the action can be brought by: one of the parents, the child’s guardian, or the guardianship authority.
Parents may be deprived of parental rights in the following scenarios:
– the neglect of parental obligations, including the inability or refusal to pay child support alimony.
– the refusal to take the child from the maternity ward or from another curative, educational institution, from a social welfare institution or similar
– the abuse of parental rights
– cruel behaviour towards the child, physical or mental violence, attempt of sexual assault
– amoral behaviour that has a negative influence on the child
– chronic alcoholism or drug addiction
– crimes against the life and health of children or spouses
– other cases in which the child’s interests and well being are in danger
Not yet. The legislation in regards to the rights and responsibilities of the patient operates with a similar term, which is called – medical error.
The unused period of the vacation will be rescheduled for a later period of the same year or will be used in the next year (in addition to the standard vacation period for that year).
The paid annual leave is scheduled at least 2 weeks before the end of the calendar year.
The employer issues a pre-approval order, in which the employee is informed about the reduction of his function. In addition to informing the employee in advance, the employer is obliged to give the employee one day off per week, so that the latter can find another job.
The partially paid child-care leave is granted up to the child’s age of 3 years old.
The father of the newborn child can be granted the right to a paternal leave of 14 calendar days.
Parental leave is granted on the basis of a written request within the first 56 days after the child is born. A copy of the child’s birth certificate should be attached to the request.
Yes, the father of the newborn child is granted a paternity allowance that cannot be lower than the average monthly insured income.
The general basis for initiating an insolvency process is the inability to pay, and the special one – the over-indebtedness.
The debtor, the creditor, and other persons indicated by law may submit an application.
You must submit an application for admission of the debt claim within the deadline.
These creditors belong to the category of secured creditors.
You can file a claim for restoration in time if there are circumstances related to the creditor or the object of the debt, or if the procedure for notifying the initiation of the process has not been followed.
In order to register the association the designated person should submit to the Ministry of Justice the following documents: he request for registration of the association’s status, the copies of the minutes of the meetings, the list of the founders, the proof of the headquarters existence, the tax payment receipt.
The status of the public association should include the following: the name of the association, the conditions for accession of becoming a member of the association, the purposes of establishing the association, the control and management bodies of the association.
The basic documents are the original marriage certificate, the identity cards, the birth certificates of the children, the marriage contract, if any, etc.
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