Definitions for "Joint Stock Company"
A form of business organization that falls between a corporation and a partnership. The company sells stock, and its shareholders are free to sell their stock, but shareholders are liable for all debts of the company.
is a company that has some features of a corporation and some features of a partnership. This type of company has access to the liquidity and financial reserves of stock markets as a corporation, however, as in a partnership; the stockholders are liable for company debts and have additional restrictions of a partnership.
A company in which members invest capital to be used jointly. The members receive a share of the profits according to the size of their investment.
a legal entity founded on collective or mixed property
an artificial person created by law , having a separate entity with a perpetual succession and a common seal
Joint tax return Joint tenants with right of survivorship
Keywords:  law, cap, established, traded, owned
a company established under law, whose shares are traded and owned by the general public
large cap law of one price
an association of funds contributed to by three or more persons