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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Tolley's Director's Duties

ISBN13: 9780754532972
Published: September 2007
Publisher: LexisNexis Butterworths
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Tolley's Director's Duties provides practical guidance on the new law of company directors as outlined in the Companies Act 2006.

Containing checklists, worked examples, and some everyday precedents, this easy-to-use book ensures full compliance for anyone the new legislation affects, including both PLC and Private Company Directors.

It also looks at all the provisions regarding directors in the Companies Act 2006 – including practical advice on appointment, retirement, removal and disclosure obligations.

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Tolley's Company Law Handbook

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Company Law
Introduction - General Position of Director in Contemporary Business World;
1. Types of Director;
2. Appointment and Removal of Directors;
3. General Duties of Directors;
4. Duty to Promote the Success of the Company;
5. Duty to Exercise Independent Judgment;
6. Duties of Care Skill and Diligence;
7. Fiduciary Duties;
8. Remedies and Reliefs;
9. Transactions with Directors requiring approval of Members;
10. Other transactions requiring members approval;
11. Directors Service Contracts and Sole Member Contracts;
12. Disclosure of Directors Addresses;
13. Proceedings of Directors and Records of Meetings;
14. Directors Obligations to Third Parties including Public Authorities;
15. Public Companies;
16. Corporate Governance and Self Regulatory Codes;
17. Insider Dealing and Market Abuse;
Checklist for New Directors; Precedents