These agreements may change the terms of the relationship between shareholders and indicate These types of agreements do not change the terms of the agreements, but serve internally If the company changes its name, its shareholders or its directors, increases its capitalization, A company that has not issued shares may be dissolved at any time by decision of all directors. A company that has no liabilities and assets may be dissolved by special decision of the shareholders. The company passes the statutes to the business administration body of the Ministry of Commerce and, upon receipt of these articles of dissolution, the Ministry of Commerce issues a certificate of dissolution (Article 251). standard format to use and the signature of all necessary shareholders. The agreement between the parties on an agreement other than that stipulated in the trade by-trade statutes may be concluded by shareholder agreements. – Propose to shareholders a dissolution or liquidation of the company, etc. or the nationality of the new shareholders leads to a change of nationality of It is not known how the Cambodian courts decide when a dispute has arisen among the shareholders – proposal to the shareholders to amend or withdraw the statutes, or a merger or consolidation agreement between the company and any other person – The company may have 2 to 30 shareholders. Two or more companies can merge into a single entity or consolidate into a new entity. The legal personality of a constituent company (resolution company) expires from the date the Ministry of Commerce issues a merger certificate to the surviving company (the company that continues the transaction) (Article 241). The board of directors of any proposed merger company adopts a decision approving a merger agreement. This resolution is approved by the majority of directors (Article 242). The terms and conditions for the merger are defined in Articles 243 to 250. It should be remembered, however, that shareholder agreements or voting trusts are a director or shareholder who has the right to vote at a general meeting who may propose the voluntary liquidation and dissolution of a company (Article 252).
Voluntary liquidation and dissolution procedures are defined in articles from 252 to 257.