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How are assets for capital contribution appraised? Is the value of the contributed assets appraised at the time that a commitment is made or the actual time of the capital contribution?

Assets contributed as capital upon the establishment of an enterprise must be valued by the founding members and shareholders based upon the principle of consensus or by an organization that performs an appraisal.

Assets contributed as capital in the process of the operation of an enterprise shall be valued on the basis of agreement between the capital contributor and the owner or Members’ Council, for a limited liability company or partnership, or the Board of Directors, for a joint stock company, or by an organization that performs an appraisal.

The value of assets contributed as capital is valued at the time of the capital contribution.

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