Terms used in official statistics

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Form of ownership


Definition:

Form of ownership - a term applied in the methodology of the REGON register allowing the degree of the entity's ownership of capital to be determined.



The following forms of ownership are distinguished:

- pure ownership, which means the ownership of 100% of capital by one entity or more entities, provided that they represent the same type of ownership,

- mixed ownership, which means the ownership of capital by two or more entities, provided that they represent at least two different types of ownership.


Source:
  • Regulation of the Council of Ministers of 30 November 2015 on the Mode and Methodology of Running and Updating the National Official Business Register and Templates for Applications, Surveys and Certificates
    Place of publication: (Dz. U. poz. 2009, z późn. zm.)

Contact person on methodology:
Jaroslaw Nowakowski
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