The maximum that an owner (or partial owner, such as a stockholder or partner) of a business can be required to lose in the event that the business fails or acquires financial obligations greater than its value. Some forms of business organization, such as a corporation or a limited partnership, set that maximum at the amount that the owner has contributed to the business.
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