Ryan Air

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Dobili ste telefonski poziv od vašeg šefa. On vam saopštava da za dva sata ima sastanak sa CEO-om poznate multinacionalne kompanije koja je zajedno sa vašom kompanijom raspoložena za zajedničko ulaganje u Srbiju u oblasti duvanske industrije. U vezi sa sastankom dobili ste instrukcije da pripremite listu svih relevantnih pravnih propisa koji se odnose na proizvodnju i promet duvanskih proizvoda (na sreću za pretragu možete koristiti Paragaf). Poželjno je da propisi u listi budu hijerarhijski poređani od hijerarhiski višeg propisa ka nižem (radi boljeg razumevanja hijerarhije pravnih propisa obratite pažnju na slajd br. 24 prezentacije Pojam Poslovnog prava). Zadatak II Kontaktirani ste od strane privrednog društva MPC HOLDING (u daljem tekstu. „Društvo“) koja želi sa vašom kompanijom da uđe u dugoročnu poslovnu saradnju. Šef vas je zamolio da istražite sledeća pitanja vezana za ovu kompaniju i njena potencijalno povezana lica. Na osnovu pretrage Paragrafa i ostalih elektronskih baza (imate VIDEO pretrazivanja na Moodle/u) dajte odgovore na sledeća pitanja: 1. Ukoliko se odlučimo da sa Društvom zaključimo ugovor ko je ovlašćen da ga potpiše u ime društva? Da li sa prokuristom možete da zaključite ugovor? Na osnovu čega ste došli do tog zaključka? 2. Ko su osnivači Društva? 3. Koliki je osnovni kapital društva? Koliki su bili poslovni prihodi društva u 2009. godini? Koliko društvo ima zaposlenih? 4. Da li postoje raspoložive informacije vezane za proces nastanka društva? 5. Da li je nešto od imovine društva pod zalogom (založnim pravom)? Predstavite u tabeli šta je od imovine trenutno pod zalogom. Šta to znači da je imovina pod zalogom? Koja sve imovina može biti predmet zaloge? 6. Da li je nešto od imovine koju društvo koristi pod lizingom? Predstavite u tabeli šta je od imovine trenutno pod lizingom. Kojim konkretnim propisomse uređuje lizing…...

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