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An Introduction To Irish Company Law

Author : Gráinne Callanan
ISBN : 0717158454
Genre : Corporation law
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Fourth edition of this popular introductory textbook for students, which is fully revised and updated to reflect the new landscape of company law following the introduction of the COMPANIES ACT 2014. NEW TO THIS EDITION: Restructured and rewritten to reflect the format and content of the Companies Act 2014, with particular focus on the new model private company limited by shares and the key changes in relation to the following: New types of companies Transition arrangements New form constitution for private companies limited by shares New optional statutory default provisions to replace Table A New capital maintenance rules Codification of directors' fiduciary duties Additional statutory duties for directors New decision making procedures for members Provisions for revising financial statements New summary approval procedure for restricted activities All key cases since the last edition Increased emphasis on standard company law modules on undergraduate Law, Business and Accountancy Programmes Covers the core areas of company law in Ireland Designed to help students understand the principles of Company Law Written in a clear and concise style SUITABLE FOR Students of company law in undergraduate law and business programmes at universities, institutes of technology and other third-level Institutions Those taking professional accountancy examinations THE AUTHOR Grainne Callanan, BCL, LLM, MBS, Cdip (A&F) has been a lecturer in company and insolvency Law at Waterford Institute of Technology for over 20 years. She has a number of publications in the field of company law. She was previously employed in the corporate banking sector.
Category: Corporation law

Court Applications Under The Companies Acts

Author : Mahmud Samad
ISBN : 9781780432229
Genre : Law
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Court Applications under the Companies Acts (originally titled: Irish Company Law - Practice, Procedure and Precedents) covers company law litigation and focusses on procedure as well containing commentary on the law. Each chapter looks at specific company law applications. The book includes new case law in the area of liquidation and examinership, the new Rules of the Superior Courts concerning liquidation and examinership and substantial changes to the law from the 2012 Companies Bill. Includes coverage of: Incorporation of company; Restoration of company to the register ; Restoration of company to the register: Annulling a winding up order; Registration of charges; Late registration of charges; Unliquidated Insolvent Companies; Cross-examination of officers of the company; Section 205: Remedies for oppression of minority shareholders; Derivative Actions and the rule in Foss v. Harbottle; The Insolvency Regulation; Voluntary winding up; Compulsory Winding up of insolvent company; Winding up by the Court; Powers and duties of liquidator; Committee of inspection; Restriction of company directors; Avoiding restriction; Disqualification of company director; Reckless and fraudulent trading; Avoidance of certain transactions on a winding up. Application for final orders Examinership; Powers and duties of examiner; Receivership.
Category: Law

Business Law

Author : Joanne Cox
ISBN : 9780199678655
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Written by leading experts in the field, the sixth edition of Business Law is designed to provide trainee solicitors with a clear understanding of key aspects of business law, one of the most challenging and dynamic areas of law in study and in practice. Each chapter gives a clear overview of the subject as well as focusing on the legal issues that solicitors face in practice. Coverage includes: establishing and operating a business, buying and selling a business, selected business law issues, and business arrangements. The manual is essential reading for trainee solicitors on the Law Society of Ireland's Professional Practice Courses, and is also an excellent resource for Irish legal practitioners.

Business Law In Europe

Author : Association Europpeene D'etudes Juridiques et Fisc
ISBN : 9789401743587
Genre : Law
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This book is intended to serve as a guide to businessmen and their advisers, either from outside the Common Market or from within, who seek basic information on questions in three main fields: company law and related legal matters, taxation, and labour law. For those who wish to establish an enter prise or form a holding or financing company in one of the Member States of the Common Market (including Greece, of course) or Switzerland this guide offers a unique opportunity to compare conditions in the various countries in the three fields. This is facilitated by the strict adherence to one format for each national chapter. Those who are already present in one or more of the eleven countries will find a global answer to a number of practical questions that may arise. For detailed answers the local lawyer or other consultant remains indispensable. The format is based on two different approaches the foreign investor may take: either he 'goes it alone', by way of establishing a branch, setting up a subsidiary or taking over an existing company, or he joins forces with another investor from within the host country or from outside. In the latter event there are a number of legal forms (jointly owned company, partnership, etc. ) which may be used.
Category: Law

National Corporate Law In A Globalised Market

Author : David Milman
ISBN : 9781849802253
Genre : Law
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This is an ambitious, original, fascinating and eminently readable study of UK company law in its European and international context. As well as doctrinal company law (whether purely domestic or European), it touches on theory and other laws, especially insolvency, fiscal and private international law affecting the corporate form. It provides insights that will be of interest and use to academic company lawyers across the world and should be on the reading list for any postgraduate course on company law. John Birds, University of Manchester, UK In this book, David Milman explains the significant impact and effect of global trends on the regulation and implementation of UK corporate law, exposing both the historical and future advancement of the global convergence (and divergence) of corporate principles in jurisdictions across the world. The treatment of the subject area is unique, informative and a compelling read. The exposition of the subject matter is thought provoking. The book is comprehensively crafted, exhibiting the author s enviable ability to import detailed and complex issues into a most readable text. Stephen Griffin, University of Wolverhampton, UK In this timely book, David Milman considers how UK corporate law has been affected by the forces of globalisation, arguing that this is not a new development, but rather is part of an historical continuum. He examines corporate law regulatory strategy in general, treatment of foreign shareholders and multinational groups, aspects of private international law and issues connected with cross border insolvency. The substantive chapters cover a full range of issues, from the harmonisation of corporate law, and the common denominators in corporate law principles, to the regulation of overseas companies and foreign stakeholders and transnational cooperation. The book concludes with a consideration of the wider issue of convergence in corporate law and examines whether total convergence is a realistic possibility. National Corporate Law in a Globalised Market is set against the backdrop of the progressive implementation of the Companies Act 2006 and the turmoil of the current world financial crisis. With a scholarly review of current theoretical and policy issues in corporate law this book will be an invaluable resource tool for academics and advanced students as well as practitioners.
Category: Law

Critical Company Law

Author : Lorraine Talbot
ISBN : 9781317570820
Genre : Law
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The second edition of Critical Company Law provides a framework in which to understand how the company functions in society and a thorough grounding in modern legal doctrine. It shows how modern company law is shaped by a multi-layered history of politics, ideology, economics and power. Through the lens of political economic theory the book shows how the company becomes the mechanism through which the state makes political choices about distributing societies’ wealth and through which it responds to economic crises. The current law reflects an economy marked by a disjuncture between the low profits of the productive economy and the high profits of the finance economy. Critical Company Law examines areas of company law to show how they reflect a fragile economy inexorably drawn to social and economic inequality and short-termism. These include: • The Doctrine of Separate Corporate Personality • Groups of Companies and Tort Liabilities • Company Formation and the Constitution • Directors’ Duties and Authority • Corporate Capacity • Shares and Shareholders • Raising and Maintaining Capital • Minority Protection In this uniquely hybrid book the legal topics are treated with detail and clarity, providing an engaging introduction to the key topics required for a student of company law.
Category: Law

A Social History Of Company Law

Author : Professor Rob McQueen
ISBN : 9781409496700
Genre : Law
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The history of incorporations legislation and its administration is intimately tied to changes in social beliefs in respect to the role and purpose of the corporation. By studying the evolution of the corporate form in Britain and a number of its colonial possessions, the book illuminates debates on key concepts including the meanings of laissez faire, freedom of commerce, the notion of corporate responsibility and the role of the state in the regulation of business. In doing so, A Social History of Company Law advances our understanding of the shape, effectiveness and deficiencies of modern regulatory regimes, and will be of much interest to a wide circle of scholars.
Category: Law

Business Law In Ireland

Author : Anthony Thuillier
ISBN : 1905536771
Genre :
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This book offers an introduction to business law in Ireland and explores the major requisite themes, including the law of tort, the law of contract, company and commercial law, European/EU law, and employment law. Contents include: what is "a tort"? * professional negligence * passing off * offer and acceptance * consideration and intention to create legal relations * the sale of goods and supply of services * contractual terms and exclusion clauses * misrepresentation * mistake * economic duress and undue influence discharge * remedies for a breach of contract * introduction to company law * directors * agency * corporate borrowing * negotiable instruments * insurance * corporate insolvency * introduction to European law * significant case law of the EU * the contract of employment * employment law disputes. (Series: Core Text) [Subject: Irish Law, Business Law, Labor Law]