AnswersOctober 20, 2017What does “par value of shares” mean? Par Value is a bond’s face value or a stock’s as stated in its formation documents. Par value is more important for bonds than it is for shares, because of its maturity date. Shares typically have nominal or no par value (e.g., 1 cent per share). Source: The Startup Dictionary | LawTrades Legal is hard. Let’s tackle it together. Speak to one of our Legal Pros and discover how we can help. Previous What’s the easiest way to get a U.S. visa? Next Does anyone have a crisp letter of intent form for a startup? You may like these too I’m a non-resident alien who wants to open a business with my brother (permanent resident) in California. What should I look for in a tax attorney? October 27, 2017 How Do I Incorporate a Tech Startup in the US If I’m a Foreigner? March 31, 2017 Is it a good idea to switch your startup’s law firm if they don’t have experience with startups? When would you switch? How time-consuming is it to do that? November 6, 2017 What is working capital? October 20, 2017 How do you sell your songs? October 11, 2017 What are some useful things patent attorneys know that most people don’t? October 12, 2017 Why don’t lawyers operate on a fixed fee basis as opposed to the very expensive per hour basis? March 24, 2017 Comment There is no comment on this post. Be the first one. Leave a comment or Cancel Reply Name* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.