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Incorporated Cell Companies

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22 July 2021

An ICC is a company with the ability to create its own incorporated cells as part of its corporate structure for the purpose of segregating and protecting the assets of the incorporated cells.

An ICC is based on the same principles as a PCC in that an ICC may comprise any number of incorporated cells however, unlike a protected cell of a PCC, an incorporated cell has many of the attributes of a non-cellular company.

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