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German Stock Corporation Act

German Stock Corporation ActA law in Germany pertaining to stock corporations (AG) and commercial partnerships limited by shares (KGaA).

The German Stock Corporation Act (Aktiengesetz), enacted on 6 September 1965, regulates in particular the founding of a company, the legal relationships between the company and its partners or shareholders, capital, changes to the capital stock, and the dissolution of the company.

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