This excerpt taken from the EBAY 8-K filed Apr 16, 2009.
2.2 Due Organization; Qualification to do Business; No Subsidiaries.
(a) The Company is a corporation duly organized and validly existing under the laws of the Republic of Korea and has all corporate power and authority to: (i) conduct its business in the
manner in which its business is currently being conducted; (ii) own and use its assets in the manner in which its assets are currently owned and used; and (iii) perform its obligations under all Contracts by which it is bound, except, in the case of clauses (i) through (iii) of this sentence, as would not have and would not reasonably be expected to have or result in a Company Material Adverse Effect. The Company (in jurisdictions that recognize the following concepts) is qualified to do business as a foreign corporation, and is in good standing, under the laws of all jurisdictions where the nature of its business requires such qualification, except where the failure to be so qualified or in good standing would not have and would not reasonably be expected to have or result in a Company Material Adverse Effect.
(b) Except as set forth in Part 2.2(b) of the Company Disclosure Schedule, the Company has no Subsidiaries, and the Company does not own any shares of capital stock of, or any equity interest of any nature in, any other Entity, other than interests that constitute short term investments under Korean GAAP. The Company has not agreed and is not obligated to make, and the Company is not bound by any Contract under which it may become obligated to make, any material future investment in or material capital contribution to any other Entity.
2.3 Charter Documents. The Company has made available to Purchaser accurate and complete copies of the Articles of Incorporation and the other organizational documents of the Company, including all amendments thereto. The Company has, in each case to the extent applicable, made available to Purchaser accurate and complete copies of: (a) the charters of all committees of the Company Board; and (b) any code of conduct, investment policy, whistleblower policy, or other published policy adopted by the Company or by the Company Board or any committee of the Company Board.