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Business Law and Practice Transactions Guide 2nd ed

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ISBN13: 9781859414903
ISBN: 1859414907
Published: November 1999
Publisher: Routledge-Cavendish
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

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Business Law and Practice is one of the core subjects that students are required to study on the LPC. It covers a broad range of topics,including sole trader; partnerships; companies; insolvency; taxation; supply agreements and European Union competition law.

This second edition incorporates the latest changes in tax, company and employment law as well as competition law. The Guide is a unique attempt to combine black letter law with practical transactions. It provides a step-by-step approach to the various transactions by using practical case studies.;This Guide also contains procedural checklists and an explanation of some of the complex areas of Business Law and Practice by way of illustrations in diagrammatic form.

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Setting up on your own
forming a partnership
setting up a European economic interest grouping
incorporating a solicitor's practice
how to form a company
setting up a single member company
dealing with Companies House
company meetings and resolutions
steps and procedures for altering the company's constitution
directors on company boards
the company secretary
raising equity capital
debentures and debt capital
financial assistance
redemption/purchase of own shares
getting out of the company
supply agreements
individual voluntary arrangements
business failure - handling the bankruptcy
corporate voluntary arrangements
administration orders
administrative receiverships
compulsory winding up
voluntary liquidation
European competition law
major upheavals in business affecting employees.