Limited Liability Company
Offshore Company
NABV
General Partnership

Limited Partnership
Foundation

Private Foundation
Holding companies


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Limited Partnership
The Limited Partnership (Commanditaire
Vennootschap) is similar to the general partnership except that it has one or more general partners with unlimited liability, who manage the partner-ship, and one or more general partners whose liability is limited to the amount of his contribution. The identity of the limited partners does not have to be disclosed or entered in the Commercial Register. It is not necessary to disclose the identity of limited partners.

Foundation
The Foundation (Stichting) is a legal entity in its own right with its own assets and liabilities. It was originally created for welfare purposes , but is now often used to act as a trustee or manager of assets for a third party, or to control shares in companies. Shareholders receive certificate of


participation in return for shares transferred to the stichting, and can be paid dividends.
The certificates can be either registered or bearer and are freely transferable. The foundation may be formed for a unlimited duration, for a certain
period of time, or until specified event occurs.
The foundation can be dissolved by resolution of the board, unless the articles of incorporation provide otherwise. A stichting is established by notarial deed executed before a civil law notary in the Netherlands Antilles. The articles of a stichting must include the name of the stichting, its purpose, the first managing board and the manner board members appointed.