Alaa Eldebeki

Member of the Board of Directors for Legal Affairs

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who is he?

Alaa Eldebeki​ has Experience of more than 25 years in corporate law and he has the lead in drafting the legal compliance standard for companies through automating the legal rules required for holding general assemblies, renewing licenses on legal dates, attending sessions, and so on, which facilitates the performance of the company’s legal administration, Alaa Aldebeki, graduate of the University of Law Assiut in 1993.

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Practical Procedures for Establishing Joint Stock Companies (Part Three)

A detailed explanation of Articles (43) to (65) of the articles of association of a joint stock company (the functions of the ordinary and extraordinary general assembly and the mechanism for distributing profits to shareholders and employees of the company)

The difference between sukuk, bonds and shares in companies

Explanation from Article 20 to Article 42 of the Articles of Association Know the difference between sukuk, bonds and shares. Appointing the reserve members of the board of directors and what should be done in case the position of one of the members becomes vacant, appointing the vice-chairman of the board of directors and the managing director, the difference between him and the chairman of the board, the chief executive officer and the general manager, the powers of the board and its president, and the validity of the board’s convening and voting on its decisions. Formation of the Administrative Assistant Committee and its terms of reference, attendance of the General Assembly and the validity of attendance at it

Establishing the joint stock company and determining the allowances and remunerations of the board of directors and its responsibilities

How to establish joint stock companies and determine the responsibilities of the founding shareholders in the company. In the event that one of the founders exceeds his powers before the company is declared, he bears the consequences of disposing of his own money, such as the general partner in partnership companies, and how to appoint the board of directors and appoint members as representatives of the contributory legal person, determining the competence and responsibilities of the chairman of the board and how to delegate Or appointing a managing director in the company and determining his powers. How to determine the remunerations and allowances of the Board in accordance with the text of Article 55 of the Articles of Association and how to vote on that, and to determine the responsibilities of the Board of Directors towards shareholders and third parties in good faith, when a member may submit his resignation from membership with the obligation not to harm the interests of the company, the responsibilities of members and the Chairman of the Board, when they will be held accountable and the date for filing a lawsuit Civil liability in the event of an error that causes civil damage or an error that constitutes a criminal offence

Procedures for appointing an auditor in money companies, his duties, and the penalties and violations imposed on him

Articles 103 to 105 of the law specify the procedures for obligatory appointment of the auditor to the money companies, determining his fees and removing obstacles to perform his duties to the fullest. A member of the board of directors may demand the dismissal and change of the auditor by virtue of a reasoned memorandum submitted to the board for discussion, and the right of response is guaranteed to the auditor on such matters. the reasons . And the penalties that apply to the auditor in the joint stock companies law

Practical Procedures for Establishing Joint Stock or Limited Liability Companies (Part I)

A brief explanation of the establishment of a joint stock company or a limited liability company and a presentation of the form of the joint stock company’s contract and its articles of association with a simplified explanation of some important articles of the articles of association up to Article 23 of it and some articles of the executive regulations of Law 159-81

Practical Procedures for Establishing Joint Stock or Limited Liability Companies (Part II)

A brief explanation of the establishment of a joint stock company or a limited liability company and a presentation of the form of the joint stock company’s contract and its articles of association with a simplified explanation of some important articles of the articles of association up to Article 23 of it and some articles of the executive regulations of Law 159-81

Practical procedures for establishing companies

Completing the practical procedures for establishing a partnership or solidarity company, including how to formulate the company formation contract and its summary, explaining its basic clauses, and proceeding with the practical procedures for incorporation, such as going to the commercial registry to obtain a valid registration, and then going to court to ratify the contract at the Bar Association, as well as publicizing the contract and its summary in the companies registry at the Court of First Instance located in its district headquarters The company and the announcement of the contract summary in the minutes and publication in one of the commercial daily newspapers

Incorporation of funds companies (joint stock and limited liability)

Answer a question about the liability of the limited partner and the extent to which it can be transformed into a general partner, the establishment of joint-stock companies, the number of shareholders in them, the minimum capital, the formation and responsibility of the board of directors, the establishment of limited liability companies, the minimum capital and the maximum number of partners, and the company’s manager’s responsibility for the company’s actions.

Penalties imposed on the board of directors of joint stock companies

These penalties are limited in accordance with the provisions of Articles 160 to 163 of the Joint Stock Companies Law 159 of 1981, which are (a lawsuit for civil liability, dismissal from membership, non-reappointment before 5 years and criminal accountability, in which imprisonment and a fine or one of them may be imposed).

Appointment of an auditor in money companies, his duties and responsibilities

Articles 103 to 105 of the law specify the procedures for obligatory appointment of the auditor to the money companies, determining his fees and removing obstacles to perform his duties to the fullest. A member of the board of directors may demand the dismissal and change of the auditor by virtue of a reasoned memorandum submitted to the board for discussion, and the right of response is guaranteed to the auditor on such matters. the reasons.

Types of companies and establishments

Find out which type is best suited for your organization or company with Mr. Alaa Al-Debeki, member of the Board of Directors for Legal Affairs of the Egyptian Certified Public Accountants Company – ECPA

Sole Proprietorship and Types of Person Companies

Explanation of the nature of a sole proprietorship and its risks and when it becomes a company and an explanation of the three types of partnerships of persons (solidarity – recommendation – joint venture) and the differences between them and which one is best for traders when thinking about establishing a people company and who is responsible – it is on the joint partner – and he asks fully responsible for his private and personal money.

Bankruptcy in individual establishments and companies of persons, commercial papers and methods of litigation to collect the value of the commercial paper, and procedures for establishing companies and persons

Explanation of the bankruptcy cases that are held against the sole proprietorship and the partnership and the partnership companies, and the extent of their danger, especially for the general partners who have been declared bankrupt with the company and accordingly lose their legal capacity as merchants in all kinds of actions as well as dealing with banks, methods of litigating commercial papers to collect their value, and finally the procedures and methods for establishing individual establishments Solidarity and recommendation companies until obtaining the tax card and commercial register.