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  1. Israël - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Companies Law, 5759-1999. - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1999-04-19 | ISR-1999-L-79956

    Part I - Interpretation
    Part II - Foundation of a Company
    Part III - Structure of the Company
    Part IV - Administration of the Company
    Part V - The Shareholder
    Part VI - Office Holders in a Company
    Part VII - Capital of the Company
    Part VIII - Acquisition of Companies
    Part IX - General Provisions
    Part X - Repeal, Transitional Provisions, Application and Commencement

  2. Israël - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    The Mandatory Tenders Regulations, No. 5753-1993.

    Adoption: 1993-05-13 | ISR-1993-R-92800

    Made under the Mandatory Tenders Law, 5752-1992 to implement its provisions.

    Chapter 1. Interpretation
    Chapter 2. Ministry Contracts
    Chapter 2-1. Internet Site and System of Preparation of Mechanical Tenders
    Chapter 3. Contracts with the Israel Lands Administration for Carrying out a Transaction in Real Estate
    Chapter 4. Contracts of the Office of the State President, the Knesset, the Offices of the State Comptroller or the Knesset Central Elections Committee
    Chapter 5. Contracts of a Government Company and a Government subsidiary Company
    Chapter 6. Contracts of a Corporation
    Chapter 6-1. Sick Fund Contracts
    Chapter 7. Miscellaneous Provisions

  3. Israël - Droit civil, droit commercial, droit de la famille - Loi

    Nationality Law, 5712-1952. - Law on-line in English

    Adoption: 1952-04-01 | ISR-1952-L-86615

    Sets out the rules for how to acquire nationality and how this also may be lost.


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