RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL ACT amending and supplementing the Civil Code of the Russian Federation adopted by the State Duma on June 25, 1999 the year approved by the Federation Council of the year July 2, 1999 (as amended by the Federal law of 05.05.2014 N 99-FZ), Article 1. Amend the first part of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation (collection of laws of the Russian Federation, 1994, no. 32, item 3301) the following amendments and supplements: 1. (repealed-federal law 05.05.2014 N 99-FZ) 2. In article 90, paragraph 2 shall be amended as follows: "2. There shall be no release party of a limited liability company from the obligation to make a contribution to the authorized capital of the company, including by set-off against the company, except as required by law.";
item 5 to complement the second paragraph to read as follows: "the rights and obligations of creditors of credit institutions established in the form of a limited liability company, also defines the laws regulating the activities of credit organizations.".
3. paragraph 3 of article 96 supplement third subparagraph to read: "the peculiarities of the legal status of credit institutions established in the form of joint-stock companies, their shareholders ' rights and obligations are determined by the laws governing credit institutions."
4. Article 101, paragraph 1 complement the third subparagraph to read as follows: "the rights and obligations of creditors of credit institutions established in the form of joint-stock companies, also defines the laws regulating the activities of credit organizations.".
5. paragraph 2 of article 104 shall be supplemented with the words "as well as in non-profit organization in accordance with the law."
Article 2. The President of the Russian Federation and to entrust the Government of the Russian Federation to bring its normative acts in compliance with this federal law.
Article 3. This federal law shall enter into force on the day of its official publication.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin in Moscow, the Kremlin July 8, 1999 N 138-FZ