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Planning the future abuse of power or infringement of law, articles of association or bylaws: I — parties referred to in the previous section; II — agents, assigns and employees; III — the officers, managers or representatives of private legal enti- ties. The tax responsibility of officers is only charac-terized when it results from acts practiced beyond the limit of their role or ifthe act violates the law or bylaws beyond the legal entity.

In this regard, Hugo de Brito Machado elucidates in his lesson: The assets of the partner of a business legal entity are not jointly liable for tax debts assumed by the company.

The tax responsibility imposed to managing partner, manager, officer or equivalent is only characterized when there is irregular dissolution of the legal entity Family Social Investmentor when infringement of the law is proved, practiced by the officer,and not only when the referred officer simply exercised the manage-ment of the company at the time of the taxable events.

In any kind of business corporation, the assets are always and ful-ly liable for the corporate tax debts.

Itxmd officers are not personallyresponsible for the obligations assumed by the legal entity, but theyare responsible jointly and unlimitedly for the excess of power andfor the acts practiced in violation of the bylaws or law s.

According to our tax legislation system, members officers,managers or representatives of legal entity are responsible, byreplacement, for the liabilities itccmd to tax obligationsresulting from practice of act or fact infected with excessive poweror infringing the law, articles of xp or bylaws s. The mere noncompliance does not characterize legal infringe-ment.

If there is no evidence that one acted with excessive powers,or infringing articles of incorporation or bylaws, there is no taxresponsibility of former member for this reason or for legal infringe-ment. No existence of tax responsibility of former member.

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Case lawof this Superior Court. Equally consolidated is the case law in the STJ regarding the merelack of payment of tax does not characterize, by itself, a circum-stance that results in the subsidiary responsibility of the partner,provided for in section of CTN. It is indispensable, in order tocharacterize it, to have acted with abuse of powers or infringe- itvmd Therefore, by analogy and when applicable, the same itcm applicable to themanagers of for-profit legal entities in general should apply to non-profitones, which also allows the use of precedents issued in cases involving thesecorporations, which s the case of the decisions above.

The family members will rarely be held responsible for oc-casional damages committed or liabilities acquired by the entities support-ed. Therefore, the mere donation of financial resources would not bind theindividual person to responsibilities assumed by the legal entity receivingthe benefit. On the other hand, from a tax perspective, the donor can be held re-sponsible in case of tax liabilities regarding the non-payment of ITCMD bythe beneficiary entity supported.


Generally, ITCMD is owed by the donee the party receiving thedonationbut the donor can be held responsible for the payment of the tax,in case the donee fails to make the payment and no exemption is applicable. Society is a singleblock and we are all responsible for the occurrences that govern the societyin some way.

Therefore, we can choose to cross our arms or act in the nameof social ethics and the positive transformation of the society.

In this regard,the family social investment itcdm be used as the link between the family andits positive impact on society, in addition to making it easier to perpetuatevalues and principles that are relevant to that family core. As seen before, from the legal perspective, there are advantages anddisadvantages in incorporating both an association and a foundation.

Thepeculiar characteristics of each form of organization should be consideredwhen deciding to incorporate a legal entity: On the other hand, thefoundation is a type of legal entity that guarantees the perpetuity of theassets and the goals outlined by the settlors.

Regarding the responsibility, generally we should say that in the civiland tax spheres the responsibility for the services provided and for the obli-gations assumed relies on the legal entity — including the case of an asso-ciation and a foundation.

Consequently, individuals who manage the familyinterests will only be personally liable if proved that their intentional ornegligent conduct ssp in harm to third parties or to the institution. If the family decides not to incorporate the legal entity, we should saythat the mere donation of financial resources will not link the individual family member to the responsibilities assumed by the entity receivingthe benefit; on the other hand, the family will have less control over thesupported projects, and each individual can be held responsible in case theITCMD is not supported by the beneficiary entity.

Starting with howmany millions, at what age?

Simply put, we can say that the appropriate moment is today, because, if Conclusionsomeone is asking this question, there must be reasons.

The truth is that, when a person, either in the first or in the followinggenerations, becomes aware to have formed a dp of assets, whose manage-ment requires care and devotion, this already represents the necessary triggerfor planning. The planning is not well done if conducted under pressure. On the con-trary, it is a process of analysis and reflection, where one takes into accountthe peculiarities of the business and the assets compared with macro andmicroeconomic contexts, where goals are identified for the future comparedwith the profile of the heirs, where the values acquired and built along theway are redeemed compared with the meaning they brought to the wealthand to the family.

Therefore, it would be imprecise and irresponsible to define the rightmoment to do it. According to our experience, however, the most secureway would be to affirm that planning must be conducted as soon as possiblebecause, the more a vehicle is deviated from its route, the more onerous andlong will the effort be to put it on the right track.


We talked about money, assets, power, companies and dividends, andtheir transfer. However, it all goes through the family values that constructedthe wealth, which is a mere consequence of their exercise. Telling the truth,these values represent the most important reason to plan, because if even thegreatest wealth is subject to corrosion, values are the dynamo that makes itpossible for a itcmr to take a new path.

Either represented by the academicor professional growth, by the moral, ethics, or other values that the familyhas cultivated over its journey, itcd intangible asset is the most valuable onein the whole wealth.

As the wealth holder makes all efforts to work on and to build a planningto ensure the appropriate allocation of the assets among heirs, their perpet-uation and continuity, it is the history of this family that is being preservedand constructed.

This decisively contributes to maintain the harmony andto dismiss any potential disagreement among successors.

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In these cases, thewealth to be inherited will be much more valuable than the resulting financialfigure, because, more than money, this 107705 will eventually inherit a legacy. This Practice aims 1705 providing continuous services to its clients, notonly identifying, recommending and implementing the best legal solutionsavailable for a planning that meets the needs and goals presented by the cli-ent, but also following and providing information regarding perspectives oflegislative changes that have an impact on individuals and family controlledlegal entities.

The continuous assistance to the clients is essential in order tomake adjustments to their planning, following the civil life dynamics, suchas marriages, divorces, births and deaths, or changes resulting from politi-cal, economic, legal or conjuncture factors. Our Practice is composed by two partners, Alessandro Amadeu daFonseca and Marcelo Trussardi Paolini, and by seven associate attorneys, inaddition to two interns, with multidisciplinary education, to make sure thatthe services provided to the clients are comprehensive and complete.

Investimento social familiaro administrador agiu com culpa lato sensu para que possa sercivilmente responsabilizado. Investimento social familiar Art. Investimento social familiar 6. Precedentes desta Corte Superior. Apontamentos sobre as Novas RegrasIV. Estes atritos, que podemse desenrolar tanto na esfera administrativa quanto na judicial, acabam porlimitar o potencial alcance do REIDI.

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View in Fullscreen Report. Read the Text Version. The tax responsibility imposed to ihcmd partner, manager, officer or equivalent is only characterized when there is irregular dissolution of the legal entity Family Social Investmentor when infringement of the law is proved, practiced by the officer,and not only when the referred officer simply exercised the manage-ment of the company at the time of the taxable events.

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