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Corporate and Commercial Law

ISBN13: 9781859780183
ISBN: 1859780180
Published: January 1996
Publisher: Informa Law
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

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This text provides practical analysis of developments in legal policy in corporate and commercial law. It concerns the issues which are at the root of all commercial legal activity, such as: what is the significance of corporate personality, and what rights and liabilities does it entail?; to what extent should the law recognize the rights and interests of employees and creditors in the control and management of the company?; and how should the regulation of commercial activities be effected? The book highlights important developments relating to such issues, and also examines how the law might develop or be reformed in the future.

The book includes such topics as:-

  • group registration of companies for VAT;
  • companies and the protection of the interests of the investors, employees and creditors; li>the passing of risk in sales transactions;
  • the consequences of ineffective security;
  • developments concerning ""utmost good faith"".
The text includes the following areas: processes of development and reform; corporate forms, rights and liabilities; companies and the interests of others; commercial activities - lending, selling and insuring; regulation and criminalization of corporate and commercial activity.

Company Law
Part 1 Processes of development and reform.
Part 2 Corporate forms, rights and liabilities.
Part 3 Companies and the interests of others.
Part 4 Commercial activities - lending, selling and insuring.
Part 5 Regulation and criminalization of corporate and commercial activity.