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Dissolve (a corporate body)
- ‘Because just disincorporating and sitting there and becoming a ward of the county doesn't do anyone any good.’
- ‘If companies wish to disincorporate so that the owner once again becomes self employed, what will the tax consequences be?’
- ‘It is generally easier for a partnership to incorporate later, than it is for a company to disincorporate and operate as a partnership instead.’
- ‘Can disincorporated labour be reincorporated in a global emancipatory project?’
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