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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Alcock, Birds and Gale on the Companies Act 2006 isbn 9781846611360

The Companies Act 2006: The New Law


ISBN13: 9781846610363
New Edition ISBN: 9781846611360
Published: March 2007
Publisher: Jordan Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Announced as - Company Law Reform Act: The New Law

The Companies Act 2006 promises to be the most radical reform of company law for decades. This very substantial piece of draft legislation with over 1200 sections and 16 schedules represents a seismic change to the company law landscape.

Following the highly regarded Jordans New Law Series format, this book, written by leading company law experts and contributors to Gore-Browne on Companies, offers an authoritative account of the background and effect of the Act. Focusing on the areas of change, the title combines analysis of the new provisions with essential cross-references to existing law remaining in force, providing a comprehensive account of the forthcoming regime and its implications for company law practice. The full text of the Act will be reproduced.

Companies Act 2006: The New Law provides in one volume:

  • Full text of the Act and analysis of its effects
  • Authoritative commentary on the background to the Act and its objectives to aid understanding and interpretation for each area of company law practice
Everyone working in this area will need to be prepared for these changes and this new work by authors with great experience in this field will be essential reading for all who will need to comply with the new legislation.

Subjects:
Company Law