von Göler (Hrsg.) / / § 13

§ 13 Legal person; commercial company

(1) A limited liability company as such has independent rights and obligations; it may acquire ownership of and other rights in real property, and may sue and be sued in court.

(2) The company assets alone shall serve to discharge the company’s obligations vis-à-vis its creditors.

(3) The company is deemed to be a commercial company within the meaning of the Commercial Code.

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