What is a Private Limited Liability Company? - Explained

What is a Private Limited Liability Company? - Explained

Private Limited Liability Company is a type of business ownership which is popular among the business owners around the world. Out of two Limited Liability Company types which exists, Private Limited Liability Company is a one type.

To form a Private Limited Liability Company, there should be minimum one director which means one person needs to be exists. In some countries it's mandatory to have two directors or two business owners needs to be exists to form a Private Limited Liability Company.

Just like Public Limited Liability Company, Private Limited Liability Company also recognized as a separate entity and can be faced on courts as a individually by the name of the Private Limited Liability Company name.

In many counties there are separate tax modes and tax exemptions are there for Private Limited Liability Companies rather comparing with the Sole Proprietary businesses and partnership businesses.

The the director or directors could loos only the amount of cash that they put into the business if the Private Limited Liability Company goes bankrupt in any case. Which means the limited liability of the business and business owners.

Because of the limited liability and the privately ownership of the business, Private limited liability companies business types are much popular in the world than any other.

Compared to Sole Proprietary businesses and partnership businesses, Private Limited Liability Companies are more sustainable.