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A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Annotated Companies Legislation 3rd ed isbn 9780199677696

Annotated Companies Legislation 2nd ed

Edited by: John Birds, Nigel Boardman, Robert Hildyard, Robert Miles

ISBN13: 9780199652693
New Edition ISBN: 9780199677696
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780199593927
Published: January 2012
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



As the only single volume commentary with a complete set of Company Law materials, Annotated Companies Legislation offers the legal practitioner a detailed section-by-section guide to the Companies Act 2006 and surviving parts of older legislation.

The second edition of this well-regarded commentary provides up-to-date analysis on all recent developments and includes, in particular, a review of dynamic areas such as derivative claims, unfair prejudice, and directors' duties.

This one-stop resource offers guidance on the interpretation of the law and the impact of changes made by the Companies Act 2006 by reference to case law, Hansard and Committee Reports and includes copies of all substantive secondary material. It is designed with the user in mind and provides derivation and destination tables which ease navigation around the 2006 regime. The book is organised according to the topics covered in the Parts of the 2006 Act and paragraph numbers reference the Parts and sections of the Act enhancing usability and making research quicker and easier.

This second edition offers excellent value for money and a much-needed fresh commentary on companies legislation. It provides a single, convenient and portable volume leaving the reader with no need to research elsewhere.

Subjects:
Company Law
Contents:
1: General Introductory Provisions
2: Company Formation
3: A Company's Constitution
4: A Company's Capacity and Related Matters
5: A Company's Name
6: A Company's Registered Office
7: Re-Registration as a Means of Altering a Company's Status
8: A Company's Members
9: Exercise of Members' Rights
10: A Company's Directors
11: Derivative Claims and Proceedings by Members
12: Company Secretaries
13: Resolutions and Meetings
14: Control of Political Donations and Expenditure
15: Accounts and Reports
16: Audit
17: A Company's Share Capital
18: Acquisition by Limited Company of its Own Shares
19: Debentures
20: Private and Public Companies
21: Certification and Transfer of Securities: General
22: Information about Interests in a Company's Shares
23: Distributions
24: A Company's Annual Return
25: Company Charges
26: Arrangements and Reconstructions
27: Mergers and Divisions of Public Companies
28: Takeovers etc
29: Fraudulent Trading
30: Protection of Members Against Unfair Prejudice
31: Dissolution and Restoration to the Register
32: Company Investigations: Amendments
33: UK Companies not Formed under the Companies Acts
34: Overseas Companies
35: The Registrar of Companies
36: Offences under the Companies Acts
37: Companies Supplementary Provisions
38: Companies: Interpretation
39: Companies: Minor Amendments
40: Company Directors: Foreign Disqualification etc
41: Business Names
42: Statutory Auditors
43: Transparency Obligations and Related Matters
44: Miscellaneous Provisions
45: Northern Ireland
46: General Supplementary Provisions
47: Final Provisions
48: Schedules
49: Uncertificated Securities Regulations
50: CA 1985 Pt XVIII Floating Charges (Scot)
51: Table A and Model Articles of Association
Statutory Instruments;