Unrivalled for clarity, authority and cost effectiveness, the CLP Legal Practice Guides explain in detail the general principles of each area of legal practice covered. Each title in the series is complemented by worked examples, checklists, model forms and relevant legislation.
Published annually, these user-friendly guides are an ideal first point of reference for students studying on the Legal Practice Course and for practitioners, whether newly qualified or as a means of staying up to date with the latest developments.
Business Law and Practice 2012/2013 provides a detailed guide to the forms of business most commonly encountered in practice, examining how they must be run in accordance with the statutory and common law applicable to them.
It explains these businesses' relationships with outsiders and gives an overview of their possible tax liabilities. As such, the book provides a comprehensive and practical introduction to advising businesses, whatever their type.