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Crowe Horwath Bastow Charleton The Companies Act 2014: An Annotation

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ISBN13: 9780414052536
Published: August 2015
Publisher: Round Hall Press
Country of Publication: Ireland
Format: Paperback
Price: £200.00

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The Companies Act 2014 is the longest Act in the history of the State, and consolidates 13 Acts of the Oireachtas as well as numerous statutory instruments. The Act also introduces numerous radical reforms to existing company law.

This new title is the essential annotated reference to the Companies Act 2014. It is the successor publication to Bastow Charleton's Combined Companies Acts, which has been published and widely used since 1989.

Key Features

  • Table of Origins and Destinations for ready reference to equivalent provisions in the prior legislation.
  • Table of Optional Provisions in the Act, identifying the provisions which a company may contract out of through its constitution.
  • A narrative introduction to each Part of the Act explaining the key changes introduced in that Part.
  • Annotations to each section referring to the equivalent provision in prior legislation, explaining the section's application and referring, where necessary, to relevant case law.
  • Annotations directing the reader to the equivalent provisions in UK legislation.

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