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Minority Shareholders: Law, Practice and Procedure 7th ed

ISBN13: 9780192899637
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780198820383
Published: March 2024
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £295.00

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This well-established and authoritative work, now in its seventh edition, is the most detailed reference source on the law relating to minority shareholders. As more and more legal emphasis is put on corporate governance, and as the influence of shareholder activism continues to grow, this book is the leading resource for practitioners requiring up-to-date, detailed information on the rights and remedies available to minority shareholders. The book provides detailed and incisive coverage of section 994 petitions, derivative claims, just and equitable winding-up petitions, and the foreign aspects of shareholder disputes, as well as shareholders' personal claims against companies and the rights conferred on them by the Companies Act 2006.

The seventh edition examines all significant recent case law from the UK, including Sevilleja v Marex Financial Ltd on reflective loss, and Loveridge v Loveridge, Re Westshield Ltd, and UTB plc v Sheffield Utd on unfair prejudice. The work also considers case law from courts of other jurisdictions with analogous shareholder provisions, in particular Hong Kong, Singapore, and the Caribbean.

Company Law
1:Directors' Duties
2:Derivative Claims
3:Personal Claims
4:Rights Conferred on Shareholders by the Companies Act 2006
5:Unfair Prejudice: The Statutory Remedy
6:Unfair Prejudice: Remedies and Valuation
7:Companies Act 2006, Section 994 Petitions: Procedure
8:Just and Equitable Winding Up
9:Foreign Aspects