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LTD

1. Laron-type dwarfism.
2. Leukotriene D.
3. Long-term depression, see there.
4. Long-term disability.
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A private limited company is an autonomous legal body.
Barrister Richard Bloomfield, who acts on behalf of the club, said the limited company will now be wound up on Monday.
Solicitors acting on his behalf said they had now demanded that any money held by the "old" committee be handed over to the new limited company.
On October 1, 1997, Northern Rock converted from a building society to a public limited company, listed on the London Stock Exchange and authorised under the Banking Act 1987.
Q: I have a racing business and I was advised by my accountant to form a limited company. It was before 2003 and we capitalised on what was known as goodwill and claimed something called retirement relief against this.
The conversion to a public limited company signifies the launch of a new consistent strategic and economic alignment with which Siegwerk Druckfarben AG is starting off into what they hope will be a successful future.
Targeted at libraries, law firms and corporate analysts and planners, the Corporate Researcher CD-ROM is designed to provide five years' information (where available) for each British-based limited company together with searching software for detailed targeting and analysis.
Some foreign entities, such as a British public limited company, are per se corporations under the rules, and alternative treatment cannot be elected.
The list also includes an Indian public limited company. Under Indian law, a private limited company in some circumstances can be deemed to be a public company.
There are two types of corporations in Hungary: the public limited company ("Reszvenytarsasag" Rt.)) and the limited company ("Korlatolt felelossegu tarsasag" (Kft.)).
Pakistan Paper Products Limited is a company incorporated in Pakistan on July, 1962 as a private limited company. It later converted into public limited company and the foundations are laid under the Companies Ordinance, 1984.

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