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This book explains how law creates, governs and protects companies in UK jurisdictions. The UK was one of the first countries in the world to devise legislation explicitly for companies. Even now, UK company law is recognised as being in the vanguard of good corporate practice.
Nicholas Grier provides an approachable and explanatory resource for those who want to understand company law in the UK and its devolved jurisdictions. It covers how a company is formed, the salient parts of a company, the various rules and laws applying to company management and capital, how companies and their shares are bought and sold, and how insolvency procedures apply to companies.
It covers UK law and explains the devolved differences in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland; focuses on the applied commercial and practical points that are most relevant to students and practitioners and discusses insider dealing, corporate governance and the influence of European Law.