Pronunciation: [jˈuːə͡l kˌɔːpəɹˈe͡ɪʃən] (IPA)

The correct spelling of the word "ual corporation" is "UAL Corporation". The IPA phonetic transcription for this word is /ˌjuː eɪ ˈɛl kɔːrpəˈreɪʃən/. The initial letter is pronounced as a "y" sound (/juː/) followed by the letters "a" and "l" pronounced as in the word "ale" (/eɪl/). The next syllable follows with the letter "k" followed by the vowel sound "aw" (/kɔːr/) while the third syllable has a short "i" sound (/pə/). The final syllable is pronounced as "ray-shun" (/ˈreɪʃən/).

UAL CORPORATION Meaning and Definition

  1. A ual corporation is a legal entity that represents a company or business comprising individuals who have come together to operate a business venture for commercial purposes. It is created and recognized under the laws of a specific jurisdiction, usually through the process of incorporation. The term "ual" in ual corporation stands for "unlimited" and implies that there is no imposed limit on the liability of the corporation's members, shareholders, or directors.

    In a ual corporation, the business is run by its members who collectively make decisions regarding its affairs. The members may contribute capital, skills, or other resources to the corporation, and in return, they usually hold certain rights and interests in the company. These rights may include voting rights, profit-sharing, participation in management, and eligibility for dividends.

    One of the key features of a ual corporation is its separate legal identity, distinct from its individual members. This means that the corporation can enter into contracts, own assets, incur debts, and be held liable for its actions independently from its members. Limited liability is not applicable in ual corporations, meaning shareholders are personally responsible for any debts or liabilities of the corporation.

    Additionally, a ual corporation is subject to various legal requirements, including filing annual reports, maintaining proper records, and adhering to relevant regulatory guidelines. Failure to comply with these obligations may result in legal repercussions or termination of the corporation.