I. What are Corporate & Business owner disputes?
During business activities, besides disputes arising from partners, the company itself might face disputes between capital-contributing members, between shareholders, or between members, shareholders, and other management positions in the company.
II. What types of disputes are considered Corporate & Business owner disputes?
Pursuant to Clause 4 Article 30 of the Civil Procedure Code 2015, Corporate & Business owner disputes include:
- Dispute between the company and shareholders/ members of the company;
- Dispute between the company with the manager in a limited company, or member of the Board of Directors, director, general director in the joint-stock company;
- Disputes between members of the company.
Besides, these disputes must be related to the company’s establishment, operation, dissolution, merger, consolidation, division, separation, handover of assets of the company, transformation of the organizational form of the company.
III. Who are TNTP’s Clients in Corporate & Business owner disputes?
Based on the regulation of the laws and the fact of disputes arising, TNTP’s Clients in Corporate & Business owner disputes can be:
- The company having a dispute;
- Capital-contributing member or shareholder of that company; or
- Managers in the company (Director, General Director, CEO, …).
IV. What do Clients need to prepare before working with TNTP?
Corporate & Business owner disputes can vary widely, depending on the nature and circumstances of the case. Normally, before working with TNTP, Clients need to prepare the following information, documents:
- Legal documents of the company: Enterprise Registration Certificate (ERC); Co-operation Contract; Resolution on the establishment of the enterprise; Charter of the company, …
- Documents related to internal disputes (depending on the type of dispute): Resolutions, decisions of the Board of Member or Board of Directors, Receipts, Contracts related to the transfer of assets of the company, Documents related to the transfer of shares, contributed capital, …
- Other related documents (if any).
V. How does TNTP receive and process information?
When Clients contact TNTP, TNTP’s Lawyers will receive and process information as follows:
- Step 1: Based on the information, documents provided by Clients as well as discussions with Clients, Lawyers of TNTP will research the case and give some initial consultation.
- Step 2: Then, TNTP will send a Quotation attached to a detailed implementation Plan to Clients so that Clients can consider signing Legal Service Agreement with TNTP.
- Step 3: In case Clients agree with the Quotation, TNTP will send a Legal Service Agreement to Clients. The Parties will sign Agreement and Clients will pay legal services fee to TNTP (if any).
Kindly be noted that the legal service fees of TNTP are exclusive of Value Added Tax, court fees, arbitration fees, fees according to state regulations, travel expenses for lawyers, translation, photocopying, notarization, and authentication fees, long-distance telephone, postage charges, and other reasonably incurred expenses. In case the above-mentioned expenses are incurred, TNTP will propose opinions to Clients and TNTP will only perform the work if Clients agree to pay reasonably incurred expenses.
After signing the Agreement and receiving service fees (in case there is a fixed service fee), TNTP will perform works according to the Quotation and the implementation Plan that Clients has agreed.
VI. TNTP’s commitment to legal service
With the attitude of protecting the legal rights and interests of the Client, TNTP has been and will try to bring Clients trust and comfort when using TNTP’s legal services.
Throughout the process of providing legal services, TNTP commits to support Clients and perform the work in the fastest, most timely and effective way, regularly report the progress of the case as well as give the next plan so that Clients can easily monitor and evaluate the work results.