Management

Difference between Civil Society and Commercial Society

When planning to start a new business or company, you need to find out about your options prior to registration. Among these, not only should you choose the one that best suits the specific purposes of the business, but also the one that also covers all aspects of it, that is, the one that best fits the company.

It is common then, for one to wonder about the differences between a commercial company and a civil society. Both, despite having many things in common, also have a number of important differences that should be known.

Comparison chart

Civil society
Commercial society
What is it? A civil partnership can be defined as a contract of a private nature between two or more persons (partners). They have decided to jointly carry out an economic activity for profit but without constituting acts of commerce. The people involved are obliged to contribute resources according to what was agreed upon or according to their capacities. Its purpose is to distribute the possible profits generated. On the other hand, a commercial company is a legal entity that, like a civil society, is created to carry out an economic activity for profit. This requires the participation of two or more people (partners). Partners put assets to help achieve the common purpose. The possible gains, as well as the possible losses, are shared equally between the partners.
Juridically A civil society is a private (and secret) figure. Therefore it is regulated by the civil code and there is no legal figure. On the other hand, a commercial company is a legal personality in itself.
Turns Covered provision of services Commercial (commercial)
Types Regarding the types of civil societies, it is possible to find: 

  • Private civil societies
  • Universal partnerships of all present goods
  • And universal societies of all profits.
  • In addition, according to their formalization are the Public Civil Societies,
  • And private civil societies.
There are several types of commercial companies, depending on the relationship between partners, the degree of responsibility, the objectives, etc.

  • Limited society
  • Collective society
  • Anonymous society
  • labor society
  • Cooperative Society
  • And limited partnership, etc.

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