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Company Law
Company Law
4th Edition
Series:  Greens Concise Scots Law Series
Practice Area:  Company Law
ISBN:  9780414018921
Published by:  W. Green
Publication Date:  24 Jul 2014
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Paperback
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
This 4th edition takes into account the newer changes made by the Companies Act 2006 and is an indispensable text for law students, covering all the essential areas of company law in a clear and logical format. In addition, by highlighting the areas about which practitioners need to advise clients, this title is a valuable resource to legal practitioners looking for a concise guide. An established text of which students and lecturers hold complete confidence.

This 4th Edition:
  • Covers all areas of company law, from incorporation to striking-off
  • Includes private, public and listed companies
  • Concentrates on the practicalities of setting up and running a company
  • Clarifies directors' duties and responsibilities under the Companies Act 2006
  • Offers expert insight on the interaction between finance and company law

CONTENTS
  • Introduction
  • The Corporate Veil
  • Company Incorporation 
  • Articles of Association
  • Securities
  • Capital Maintenance 
  • Dividends and Accounts
  • Directors I: Appointments, Dismissal & Disqualification 
  • Directors II: Powers, Rights, Duties, Liabilities and other Obligations
  • Company Secretary and Auditor
  • Minority Protection and BIS Investigations
  • Insider Dealing
  • Meetings and Resolutions
  • Takeovers and Mergers
  • Charges and Receivership
  • Administration and Company Voluntary Arrangements 
  • Winding Up
CONTRIBUTOR INFORMATION
Nicholas Grier is Head of the Centre for Law at Edinburgh Napier University and is a qualified solicitor.
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