THE JOURNEY OF DEBUTANTS INTO THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT; REGISTRATION FACILITIES AND THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF THE AUTHORIZED NATURAL PERSON AND OF THE INDIVIDUAL ENTERPRISE
Rodica Diana Apan () and
Angela Miff ()
Fiat Iustitia, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 20-36
The theme of the present study regards mechanisms supporting the debutant business entities and the incentives for registering the economic activity, granted through incentive policies. We consider the statute of the debutant to be similar to that of the child. If the child can count for support and education on parents, grandparents and family in general, the business debutant is provided within the framework of economic policies with various incentives, tools and mechanisms of registration for purposes of carrying out economic activity. The horizon of the analysis covers the incentives granted at the launch of a business, especially if it is one of the primary types of enterprises, namely the authorized natural person and the individual enterprise. At the same time we will examine the judicial framework of economic activities carried on through the means proper to the primary types of enterprises, authorized and registered, namely: the procedure of registration and authorization with the trade registry, the patrimony of affectation and its effects, as well as other common rules and particularities of each type of enterprise, that outline their status as provided by the consolidated regulation that entered into force on 17 January 2017 – Law 182 of 2016 for approval of Government Emergency Ordinance no.44/2008.
Keywords: business debutant; incentives; economic activity; authorized natural person; individual enterprise; patrimony of affectation. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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