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Company Law and Shareholders' Rights is the first specialist work on shareholders' rights from a Hong Kong legal perspective.
It covers the common law actions by exceptions to the rule in Foss v Harbottle, the new statutory derivative action, and the twin statutory minority remedies of unfair prejudice and just and equitable winding-up.
The law in these areas has developed significantly since 2004 with the clarification of shareholders' personal rights to enforce the section 23 contract and the creation of a new statutory derivative action as contained in the Companies Ordinance Part IVAA as well as the clarification of shareholders' personal rights to enforce section 23 contract.