By Royal Legislative Decree 1/2010 of 2 July, published in the Official Gazette of July 3, 2010, approved the new text recast of the law societies of Capital, (LSC) which has entered into force on 1 September 2010, except a part (article 515) concerning the nullity of clauses limiting the right to vote in the listed corporationsdoes not take effect until July 1, 2011. The LSC unifies the rules on public limited liability companies, companies limited liability, listed corporations and mutual societies by actions, by derogation, in turn, the following provisions: 1. section 4 of title I of book II (articles 151 to 157) of the commercial code of 1885, concerning society limited partnership by acciones.2. The Royal Legislative Decree 1564 / 1989 of 22 December, which approves the revised text of the law of societies anonimas.3. Act 2/1995, of 23 March, Limitada.4 liability societies. Title X (articles 111 to 117) of law 24/1988, of July 28, of securities, relating to listed companies, with the exception of paragraphs 2 and 3 of article 114 and the articles 116 and 116 bis. The LSC complies with collecting forecast the final provision law 3/2009, of 3 April, seventh on structural modifications of commercial companies, which enabled the Government to ensure that, within a period of twelve months, appropriate to recast in a single text, under the title of Capital Societies Act, the legal norms which are now repealed. As indicated in the explanatory statement, the LSC seeks to harmonize, regularize and clarify the rules until now in force, provisionally, progressing the general aspiration that the totality of the general law of mercantile societies, including the applicable personalistic societies, is contained in a unitary legal body, with overcoming the persistent legislative plurality, that the LSC reduces but does not eliminate. The main novelty of the LSC is formal, given character which does not establish a new regime for the companies of capital, but it basically regulates in a single text the existing.