Argentina: Governing Laws/Bylaw Requirements

The bylaws of a company in Argentina regulates its administration. According to Argentine Company law, bylaws in Argentine laws must contain:

  1. Name of the company, address, date and place of incorporation, duration and registration;
  2. The amount of social capital invested in the company
  3. The number, nominal value and class of actions represented by individual ownership titles in the company and rights that each entail;
  4. In the provisional certificates, the annotation of the integrations that are made.

It must also specify the term to which the directors of the company are elected and may establish their remuneration schedule.

The bylaws may also provide a number of rules for corporate organization, including different rules for voting, the directors’ meeting schedule, the distribution of dividends, the minimum and maximum number of directors, and the creation of a surveillance committee to monitor corporate management.


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