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This book is now Out of Print.
A new edition has been published, the details can be seen here:
Company Law in Ireland 2nd ed isbn 9781905536757

Company Law in Ireland


ISBN13: 9781905536597
New Edition ISBN: 9781905536757
Published: September 2013
Publisher: Clarus Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Company Law in Ireland is a new addition to “The Core Text Series" by Clarus Press.

Ask about company law and many people will tell you it is technical, dry and difficult to understand: Company Law in Ireland brings this to an end. Over the course of twenty chapters the book covers all the traditional areas, using the most up-to-date Irish and English case law as well as the most established cases. What sets Company Law in Ireland apart is that it is delivered in a way that is more accessible than any other text in the area. Key concepts are clearly explained, illustrated by accounts of cases where plaintiffs and defendants are referred to by their names, and the facts come alive.

While company law is set for a massive reform, as all of the Acts become consolidated in one in the near future, that will not take place ‘til 2015, but where necessary, the author has indicated what those changes will be.

Company Law in Ireland is an essential textbook for all undergraduate students and all people with an interest in the company law.

Subjects:
Irish Law
Contents:
Introduction
Separate Legal Personality
Disregarding Corporate Personality
Corporate Authority
Directors
Shadow and de facto directors
Statutory Regulation of Transactions with directors
Restriction & Disqualification
Directors’ Personal Liability on Insolvency
Meetings
Shares & Membership
Transfer of Shares
Capital Maintenance
Minority Protection
Company Borrowing
Receivers
Liquidators
Winding up – on just and equitable grounds
Fraudulent Preferences
Examinership