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This book provides a thorough exposition of the enormous new Companies Act 2006 with its 1300 sections and sixteen Schedules. It also explains the CA 2006 regime as a whole, including a number of the Regulations made under it and with reference to some Regulations still in draft form at the time of writing.
The author highlights and explains why various changes have now been made to the previous statutory law particularly by reference, as relevant, to: the work of the Law Commissions; the Company Law Review; the two Government White Papers of 2002 and 2005; the requirements of European Law; the Parliamentary debates in Hansard, ie when what was to become the Act was in Bill form as it underwent scrutiny in both the Commons and Lords; and the Government’s own statements and guidance on the new legislation, including its "Explanatory Notes" on various provisions of the Act.
The work is divided into the following six parts: