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Palmer’s Company Law
Offering authoritative guidance for every part of company law from formation through to winding-up, Palmer’s Company Law covers the changes brought about by the Companies Act 2006 with integrated commentary on the Act. It also provides commentary on implementation of the Insolvency Service’s proposals to reform the Registration of Charges procedures; and details shareholder remedies including derivative claims and unfairly prejudicial conduct.
Practical Company Law and Corporate Transactions
A complete guide to the principles, practice and procedure for all aspects of corporate transactions, Practical Company Law and Corporate Transactions covers all aspects of the Companies Act 2006, FSA and City Code-related developments and the new UK Corporate Governance Code. It also contains analysis of takeovers and mergers, private company and business sales, acquisitions and demergers; and includes many case studies and flow charts.
A Practitioner’s Guide to the AIM Rules
A Practitioner’s Guide to the AIM Rules is the established leading guide for professional advisers in AIM listed companies. It provides a clear and practical approach to the requirements behind an AIM listing, and the ongoing obligations. Covering admission procedures, continuing obligations and tax issues; and the roles played by solicitors, accountants and nominated advisers, it also covers developments such as the City Code.
Lindley & Banks on Partnership
First published in 1860, Lindley & Banks on Partnership provides authoritative and practical coverage of general and limited partnerships. It discusses formation of a partnership, agreements and common areas of dispute; the liabilities undertaken by partners; and dissolution, winding up and insolvency. The twentieth edition gives detailed coverage on private fund limited partnerships as a vehicle for investment following the Legislative Reform Order 2017.
A Practical Guide to Corporate Governance
This book gives a practical guide to corporate governance best practice for public, private and not-for-profit companies. It gives a straightforward account of governance law, regulations and practice for in-house counsel and corporate lawyers, as well as company secretaries, accountants, and other corporate governance practitioners. It also clarifies the rules affecting reporting to and communicating with shareholders.
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