A hairdresser who has a small shop went to the Chamber of Commerce to get a businessman's ID. The officials of the Chamber refused to give him an ID because they told him he is not a businessman. The hairdresser replied that he has a couple of branches and a manager. Explain according to the Iraqi Commercial Law which side is right and why the Chamber said that he is not a businessman and the hairdresser said he has a couple of branches.
As per the Iraqi Commercial Law, the hairdresser needs to hold a
one of a kind organization name at the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce.
On the off chance that the picked organization name is accessible
at the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce, the candidate gets a letter
affirming that the name is accessible.
At that point, the candidate needs to go to the Federal Chamber
of Commerce with that letter so as to do another name search at the
It is beyond the realm of imagination to expect to do the pursuit at the Federal Chamber of Commerce without having a letter from the Baghdad Chamber of Commerce. From that point forward, the business needs to draft the articles of affiliation and register the organization.
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