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Breaching Company (Israel)

In Israel, a “breaching company” generally refers to a company that has violated certain provisions of the Israeli Companies Law or other applicable laws and regulations.

Breaching companies may face legal consequences, including fines, penalties, or even criminal liability, depending on the nature and severity of the violation. The Registrar of Companies in Israel may also take action against a breaching company, such as revoking its registration or imposing additional reporting or disclosure requirements.

Most breaches in Israel are failure to file an annual report with the Israeli Registrar of Companies, or failure to pay the annual tax.