2 edition of Legal entities, asset partitioning, and the evolution of organizations found in the catalog.
Legal entities, asset partitioning, and the evolution of organizations
2003 by Law and Economics Programme, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto in Toronto, Ont .
Written in English
|Statement||by Henry Hansmann.|
|Series||Law and economics workshop series -- WS 2003-2004 (4)|
|Contributions||University of Toronto. Faculty of Law.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||62 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||62|
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LEGAL ENTITIES, ASSET PARTITIONING, AND THE EVOLUTION OF ORGANIZATIONS Henry Hansmann Reinier Kraakman Richard Squire November NEWLY REVISED DRAFT FOR NBER CONFERENCE, DISTRIBUTED NOVEM Preliminary Draft: Not for general distribution. Legal entities Hansmann Yale Law School P.O.
Box New Haven, CT File Size: KB. similarly important in governing the evolution of organizations and organizational law in other societies. LEGAL ENTITIES AND ASSET PARTITIONING And the evolution of organizations book partitioning is the division of commonly-owned assets into pools that can be separately pledged to different groups of creditors.
We are concernedFile Size: KB. LEGAL ENTITIES, ASSET PARTITIONING, AND THE EVOLUTION OF ORGANIZATIONS Henry Hansmann Reinier Kraakman Richard Squire OctoberRevised Henry Hansmann Yale Law School And the evolution of organizations book.
Box New Haven, CT [email protected] Reinier Kraakman. This form of asset partitioning, however, is both less important in efficiency terms, and much less difficult to achieve through individual contracting without benefit of organizational law, than is the type of partitioning on which we have focused here.
To begin with, limited liability is not a Cited by: Hansmann, Henry and Kraakman, Reinier H. and Squire, Richard C., Incomplete Organizations: Legal Entities and Asset Partitioning in Roman Commerce (October 3, ). European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) - Law Working Paper No.
/; Yale Law & Economics Research Paper And the evolution of organizations book. Author: Henry Hansmann, Reinier Kraakman, Richard Squire. Corporate groups take advantage of the separate legal personality of each subsidiary, 98 and pursue corporate structuring strategies in the vein of 'asset partitioning', 99 allowing groups to.
of which the firm is the nexus. While the law’s role in partitioning off these bonding assets is seldom remarked, it is far more important than the better-studied rule of limited liability that characterizes many, but not all, legal entities. Keywords: asset partitioning, legal entities, creditors, role of lawCited by: 2.
Henry Hansmann, Reinier Kraakman & Richard Squire, Legal Entities, Asset Partitioning, and the Evolution of Organizations (Mar. ) (unpublished manuscript, on file with the University of Illinois Law Review) [hereinafter Hansmann et al., Evolution of Organizations]; Henry Hansmann & Reinier Kra.
Asset partitioning consists of legal rules that separate the personal assets of an organization’s insiders from the assets of a business entity, which we can generically call a firm. 12 When a firm defaults on its obligations, there is a natural human tendency to.
“Asset partitioning” is the use of standard-form legal entities, such as the business corporation, to set boundaries on creditor recovery rights. “External” partitioning refers to the legal boundaries between business firms and their equity investors, while “internal” partitioning refers to the legal boundaries among the constituent.
Henry Hansmann, Reiner Kraakman & Richard Squire, Incomplete Organizations: Legal Entities and Asset Partitioning in Roman Commerce (European Corp. Governance Inst. (ECGI) – Law Working Paper No. /, Yale Law & Econ. Research Paper No. Oct. 3, ). The Autonomous Global Enterprise: On the Role of Organizational Law Beyond Asset Partitioning and Legal Personality Article (PDF Available) February with 42 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Larry Catá Backer.
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Guzman. While American legal scholars conceive asset partitioning exclusively through the formation of a new legal entity, the civil law tradition allows this legal effect to be achieved within the boundaries of the same legal subject.
This tradition avoids the creation of multiple legal entities. Hansmann, Kraakman, and Squire note that the law's critical contribution to the evolution of organizations has been the creation of legal entities -- firms that can serve as credible contracting actors in their own right.
Affirmative asset partitioning has been at the core of this contribution. “Underdeveloped Organizations: Legal Entities and Asset Partitioning in Roman Commerce,” in Giuseppe Dari-Mattiacci, ed., The Law and Economics of Ancient Rome (Oxford University Press, forthcoming, ) (with Reinier Kraakman and Richard Squire).
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Abstract The many legal forms for business organizations that first appeared in the U.S. during the last thirty years - the Limited Liability Company (LLC), the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP), the Limited Liability Limited Partnership (LLLP), and the statutory Business Trust - all combine the pattern of creditors' rights, or asset partitioning, that is traditional to the business.
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(58) Asset partitioning is composed of limited liability (owner shielding) and entity shielding, which collectively facilitate liquidation protection and prioritization of creditor claims. (59) According to asset-partitioning theorists, the utility of the entity lies in the ability to apportion assets into distinct pools for distinct creditors.
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