Legal forms for social enterprise: a guide
- Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy
- Part of:
- Company law reform
- First published:
- 21 November 2011
Defines a social enterprise by the purpose of a business, with primarily social objectives.
Ref: BIS/11/1400 PDF, 73.5KB, 5 pages
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Defines a social enterprise by the purpose of a business, with primarily social objectives. Explains unincorporated and the various incorporated forms of social enterprise, which include limited companies, community interest companies (CICs), industrial and provident societies (ISPs) and limited liability partnerships (LLPs). See also:
Published: 21 November 2011