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Originally published in 1912, this book examines some of the issues raised by the 1906 case Risdon Iron Works v. Furness, which was a key suit on the issue of cross-border insolvency. Young divides the discussion into two parts: the juristic person in private international law and foreign companies and other corporations in English law. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the history of English company and tax law.