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Quasi corporations
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Quasi-corporations are unincorporated enterprises that function as if they were corporations. If they function like corporations, they must keep complete sets of accounts A quasi-corporation may be:

  • either an unincorporated enterprise owned by a resident institutional unit that is operated as if it were a separate corporation and whose de facto relationship to its owner is that of a corporation to its shareholders: such an enterprise must, of course, keep a complete set of accounts; or
  • an unincorporated enterprise owned by a non-resident institutional unit that is deemed to be a resident institutional unit because it engages in a significant amount of production in the economic territory over a long or indefinite period of time ( art. 4.49 t/m 4/52).
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