Talk:Private company limited by shares

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The various problems (copyediting and further)[edit]

TL;DR I think cuts are needed but I don't have the confidence to wipe a lot of it in one edit without some consensus.

I have begun a copy-editing and grammatical correction process seeking the make the article a lot clearer. As of 24/04/16 I have gotten down to the third paragraph of Company Officers.

I am beginning to realise that the errors go beyond simple grammatical editing. Some of it also sounds like an advertisement or business advice, which it is not our job to give.

eg 1. "Check with individual professions associations in the first place or seek professional business advice from a legally qualified professional solicitor or accountant or government business advisor."

eg 2."For more information, contact companies house in Cardiff, Wales or see a qualified accountant or legally qualified solicitor"

Also, the final paragraph of the Company Officers section appears to be a real mess. I don't really know what direction to take this.

"This is a point of business/corporate law, courts are obliged to uphold this law, companies house must uphold this law and trustees and other government bodies must also uphold this law. Ltd companies by way of their registrations are protected in this way. But it also protects the public, by ensuring that Ltd companies, whether they employ staff or not, are not breaking the law and are helped by the law whilst they uphold the law. --Chadders66 (talk) 14:05, 24 April 2016 UTC+1