exempt private company

exempt private company
A family company that was exempt from filing its financial statements with the Registrar of Companies The exempt private company was created by the Companies Act (1948) and abolished by the Companies Act (1967). The small company and medium-sized company' filing exemptions replace it to some extent.

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