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Charlesworth’s Company Law is a long-established favourite among students of Company and Business Law, providing comprehensive and clear explanations of all aspects of this difficult subject. Far from being an introductory book, the writing style is topical, succinct and easy to read, and enough detail is provided for the reader to gain a thorough understanding of each topic.
Commercial Applications of Company Law 4th Edition – Problems Sets and Legislative Extracts is a handy supplement for any student of company law in Singapore. The problem sets are crafted using hypothetical corporate experience to assist the students in understanding and applying the principles of company law. Extracts of selected legislation are reproduced for easy reference.
Company Law in Malaysia, 2E is written particularly for non-law degree students who are taking Company Law in their course of study. Written in simple language with illustrations to demonstrate important points, students will find this book easy to read, giving them an understanding of the essential principles of company law in Malaysia. There are 17 chapters in this book, each beginning with the chapter’s learning objectives and concluding with a summary. Company Law in Malaysia, 2E sets off with a narration of the various types of business vehicles available in Malaysia before embarking on the life journey of a company from its incorporation to its winding up. In this edition as well, Appointment of Auditor is added to Chapter 9.
Table of Contents
2. Classification of Companies
4. Separate Legal Entity
5. Memorandum of Association
6. Articles of Association
7. Share Capital
8. Maintenance of Capital
9. Appointment of Officers
10. Directors: Powers and Duties
13. Corporate Transactions
14. Member’s Remedies
15. Loan Capital
16. Schemes of Arrangement
This innovative book provides non-native English speakers with the English language skills necessary to carry out their legal studies and professional activities effectively. It focuses specifically on the legal language required in two major areas of law central to international business law, drawing on examples from English, American and European legal materials. Fully class-tested, it employs an interactive methodology widely accepted in English language teaching.
Considered one of the most current and accurate accounts of company law to date, Mayson, French & Ryan on Company Law has been firmly established as the go-to text for students and practitioners alike. Now in its 30th edition, it continues to combine technical detail with a clear and easy-to-follow writing style, providing an excellent foundation for anyone studying company law. The only company law textbook to be updated annually, Mayson, French & Ryan enables you to confidently approach this sometimes complex area of study. With its easy-to-use format and comprehensive style, difficult areas of company law are examined in detail, with quotations from important cases used to accompany discussions and illustrate the practical implications of the law and how it works. An accompanying Online Resource Centre provides further support with regular updates and further information, ensuring that you are always kept informed. Whether you are an experienced solicitor or just starting your law career, Mayson, French & Ryan is the ideal companion for navigating the complicated world of company law. Online Resource Centre The Online Resource Centre will feature updates related to company law.
Nutshells present the essentials of law in clear and straightforward language, explaining the basic principles. Features such as diagrams and checklists make them easy to use, while the inclusion of model questions and answer plans help students test their knowledge. Nutshells are an essential revision aid and ideal for getting fully up to speed with a new subject.
Understanding Company Law 18th edition is a leading text for both undergraduate law and business law students of corporations law. This edition retains the logical structure and comprehensive approach of earlier editions. It has been updated throughout to include discussion of the most recent relevant legislative developments, inclduing the following. The Corporations Legislation Amendment (Deregulatory and Other Measures) Act 2015 (Cth), which: removes the obligation of directors to call and hold a general meeting at the request of 100 shareholders; requires companies to include a general description of their remuneration governance framework; and exempts certain companies limited by guarantee from the need to appoint an auditor. The exposure draft of the Insolvency Law Reform Bill 2014 (Cth), which aims to strengthen and streamline the personal bankruptcy and corporate insolvency regimes. Under the Bill it is proposed to: give creditors enhanced powers to protect their own interests by giving them the right to determine when and what information they are provided by an insolvency practitioner; give creditors the power to appoint an independent specialist to review the performance of an insolvency practitioner and resolve to remove that practitioner without having to seek the approval of the Court; and require insolvency practitioners to undergo enhanced insolvency education, renew their registration every three years, have appropriate insurance as a condition of registration and establish a new liquidators’ disciplinary process. The Treasury Legislation Amendment (Spring Repeal Day) Bill 2015 (Cth), which proposes to: reduce the number of business identifiers by replacing the Australian Company Number (ACN) with an Australian Business Number (ABN) for companies registered after 1 July 2016; and change the notification and reporting obligations of managed investment schemes in receivership. Recent case developments covered in the new edition include: U & D Coal Ltd v Australian Kunqian International Energy Co Pty Ltd (share capital and the prohibition on self-acquisition); Re Molopo Energy Ltd (company’s power to reduce share capital); Re Motasea Pty Ltd (valid transfers of shares); Re Appleyard Capital Pty Ltd (extending the time to register security interests); and Re Lime Gourmet Pizza Bar (Charlestown) Pty Ltd (valid appointment of an administrator by a director).