Answer: s.a.r.l. is a French company type, meaning “société anonyme à responsabilité limitée”. The main differences between a SARL and a SA is that
1. the sarl can never show figures under 0, while SA may show 30% (?) of capital in red numbers without having to dissolve the company
2. the share holders can be managers with an ‘apport en labeur ou nature’ (work or material contribution) which is never the case for an SA.
I have the honorable title of manager (gerent) of a sarl which never became effective, but it doesn’t take away the title from you. You can always be proud of things like that, even more so if you’re a foreigner (!)SARL does not exist as such in Spain, where you have the SA, SL but also the traditional ‘… e hijos’ which is some kind of Spanish version of the English ltd.co. The SL differentiates itself from the SA in this that the shares in SL can’t be majored to people who were not share holders at the moment of the constitution of the company, while SA can. The ‘… e hijos’ usually (It’s not legally determined) limits the share holding to family members through inheritance, as the English ltd.You’re welcome!