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Regarding Financial Responsibility of the Founding Shareholder Under Commitment of a Budgeting (Authority) Establishments Before Third Parties
Abstract.The subject of this research is the creditor liability of a budgeting (authority) establishment before third parties in a situation of insufficient funding from a founding shareholder. According to the author, such situations result in limitation of financial independence guarantees granted by the law to establishments when the latter perform their expenditure budgeting (in relation to the disposal of funds from income-generating activities). In her article Fedoseeva carries out a scientific assessment of debt redemption mechanisms when such situations occur. The author of the article also analyzes the development of the institution of subsidiary responsibility through the ages as well as related contemporary laws on budgeting (authority) establishments. In the course of the research the author uses such methods of research as comparison, generalisation, systems analysis, modelling, and deduction. The author's special contribution to the topic is that she emphasizes the need to extend the boundaries of the founding shareholder subsidiary responsibility providing that such responsibility is fixed in the mandatory manner at the legal level and there is a direct connection between a debt occuring and the fact of underfunding.
Keywords: Budgetary law, Creditors liabilities, Joint responsibility, Budgeting domain, Non-profit organizations, Authority establishments, Budgeting establishments, Financial, Subsidy, Guarantees
Article was received:06-04-2018
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