Domestic International Sales Corporation (DISC) Domestic series
From the point of view of a particular state in the United States, a company incorporated under the laws of that state. Compare to alien corporation and foreign corporation.----------[ Back
In the case of a particular state, this refers to corporations created under the laws of that state. Foreign corporations would be those created outside that state. In the case of the federal tax law, a domestic corporation is one formed in the United States.
A Corporation that has incorporated in its home state.
A U.S. corporation doing business in the state in which it is incorporated. opposite of foreign corporation.
a corporation created or organized in the United States or under the law of the United States or of any State
a corporation organized under Philippine laws
a corporation organized under the laws of any of the fifty states or the District of Columbia
a resident corporation even though it does no business and owns no property in the United States
When a corporation is organized and chartered in a particular state, it is considered a comestic corporation of that state.
The term applied to a corporation in the state where it is incorporated.
A corporation is considered a domestic corporation in the state in which it is incorporated. In all other states, it would be considered a foreign corporation. For example, a corporation incorporated in Arizona is a domestic corporation in Arizona, but a foreign corporation in all the other states.
A company incorporated in and doing business in the United States.
A Corporation is a domestic corporation in the state where it has incorporated.
A Corporation that has incorporated in Delaware.
A company incorporated in a particular state or country.
A corporation is domestic to the state where it was incorporated.
From the point of view of a particular state in the United States, a company that is incorporated under the laws of that state. Contrast with alien corporation.
Incorporated in the state in which business is done.
Refers to the status of a corporation within a particular state. A domestic corporation is one that was formed under the laws of the particular state; opposite of foreign corporation.
A corporation that was established in the jurisdiction being considered. For instance, a nonprofit corporation incorporated in New York is a domestic corporation with respect to New York State laws. However, it is a foreign corporation with respect to the laws of every other state.
In general, a corporation whose articles of incorporation are filed in the state in which it operates and maintains its principal office, as opposed to a foreign corporation.