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Company Precedents

Company Precedents
Number of volumes: 2
Practice Area:  Company Law
ISBN:  9780851212265
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Company Precedents (formerly known as Company Procedures Precedents) has been revised and enhanced in light of the new Companies Act 2006. It provides a system for undertaking key corporate transactions, and covers the wide-ranging registration requirements of company legislation.

Company Precedents has been written for the practitioner. It serves as a useful tool in everyday practice and helps ensure compliance with legislation. The checklists, system guides to procedures and hundreds of precedents make up the heart of this work, which comes with an electronic CD-ROM version.

Major changes covered:

  • Company Act 2006 reforms
  • A review of the newly codified general duties of directors in the Preliminary section, where much other reform is also discussed
  • The new draft Model forms of constitution for private, public and guarantee companies
  • Precedent constitutions for special types of company spawned under legislation since the Companies Act 1985
  • Various articles of association, including for charitable companies, drafted according to the Companies Act 2006
  • Precedents suitable for electronic communication
  • Precedents tailored to the amended system of re-registration of companies
  • Precedents for the new system of administrative restoration
  • Substantial enlargement of the section on management of share capital
  • Precedents for the new system of limitation of auditor’s liability
  • Creditors’ claims for reflective loss


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CONTENTS

Administration
    Part 1: Incorporation
    Part 2: Incorporation of existing business
    Part 3: Delegation of management
    Part 4: Annual general meeting
    Part 5: General meeting
    Part 6: Class meeting
    Part 7: Overseas company registration, and business immigration
    Part 8: Offshore incorporation
    Part 9: Change of accounting reference date
    Part 10: Resolutions, conformity, and ratification
    Part 11: Change of name, and omission of the word Limited
    Part 12: Acquisition of a company’s business
    Part 13: Transformation between a company and statutory society
    Part 14: Change of articles of association

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