Legal Organization in Big Corporations

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    Exists high-level guidance that identifies and describes the potential legal frameworks for the various carve-out, merger, and acquisition types? i.e., what constitutes a legal carve-out, a stand-alone entity, a spin-off, an affiliate, a minority-owned affiliate, etc. I’m sure that this will differ depending on the country, but I was wondering if anyone has already seen or done something similar. Due to the various ways that legal structure affects other tasks (such as contracts, fleet, drive mad etc.), I was recently asked about this during a training. I’m from Canada, but I’d be curious to know how things are defined in other nations as well.

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