If a company's accounts show that half of the share capital has been lost, i.e. when the company's shareholder's equity is less than or equal to half the share capital, or there is, at any time, just cause to believe that such a loss has incurred, the management shall immediately convene a general meeting to inform the members of the situation and permit the appropriate measures to be taken.
Whenever the company’s own capital is equal or of less than the half of the respective share capital, it is considered that half of the share capital has been lost.
The notice of meeting shall contain a minimum of the following points of order for discussion by the members:
- Winding up the company;
- Reducing the company’s share capital to a value not less than its equity capital;
- The members make capital contributions to reinforce coverage of the company's capital.