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The ICSA Companies Act 2006 Handbook 2nd Ed

Edited by: Keith Walmsley

ISBN13: 9781860724381
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781860723629
Published: August 2009
Publisher: ICSA Publishing Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

The Companies Act 2006 represents the most significant and wide-ranging change to company law for over twenty years, and everyone engaged with managing and advising companies needs to be familiar with its details and likely impact.

From Royal Assent of the Act in November 2006 right up to final implementation of the last remaining provisions on 1 October 2009, The ICSA Companies Act 2006 Handbook offers an indispensable and accessible route map to the new companies legislation.

The Handbook has been revised and expanded to include:

  • An introduction to and commentary on the Act
  • The full text of the Act with useful annotations and cross references to secondary legislation and transitional arrangements
  • The text of key secondary legislation
  • The Model Articles
  • At-a-glance summary tables comparing the three sets of Model Articles; and also a table comparing the 1985 Table A with the private company model articles
  • A comprehensive index to key terms and sections plus an index to the commentary
  • Destination and derivation tables which plot the changes between the new Act and the 1985 Companies Act
  • An overview of the remaining sections of the 1985, 1989 and 2004 Acts
The Handbook provides essential information on the new legislation, how this relates to current law and the likely implications for company law practice.

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