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    Cool change status +es?

    Hello!

    I need to change the legal form of my company.

    What can I say: "I need to change status? or statuses? statutes?"

    I'm a little confused to be honest!

    Cheers
    W

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    Re: change status +es?

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    I need to change the legal form of my company.

    What can I say: "I need to change status? or statuses? statutes?"

    I'm a little confused to be honest!

    Cheers
    W
    "I need to change the legal status."

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