Butterworths Company Law Handbook 2012 av Walmsley Keith - 9781405770255 - Jure bokhandel


Butterworths Company Law Handbook 2012
– Twenty-sixth edition
Författare:Walmsley Keith
Titel:Butterworths Company Law Handbook 2012 – Twenty-sixth edition
Upplaga:26 uppl.
Omfång:3476 sid.
Typ av verk:Författningssamling
Ämnesord:Associationsrätt och värdepappersrätt , Utländsk rätt

Pris: 1016 SEK exkl. moms


This is a specialist handbook with in–depth legislative content and is for anyone that needs to keep up–to–date with company law. It provides complete assurance that you are advising your clients accurately with its combination of statutes, statutory instruments and European material. Legislation is printed as currently in force with all amendments, repeals and revocations.

This is the essential reference source for:
Corporate lawyers
Company secretaries
Tax advisers

Reflecting the fact that the Companies Act 2006 regime has largely superseded that established by the 1985 Act, this year’s edition contains any amount of new material. In the past year alone, as the editor reminds us, the Companies Act 2006 and FSM Act 2000 has between them, been amended by a dozen different enactments. This of course is only one example among many new developments examined in this edition of the Handbook.

To cite just a few examples, new material includes that pertaining to overseas companies... supervision of accounts and reports... statutory auditors... and much more, including the Prospectus Regulations 2012.

The book is divided into twelve parts – – detailed in the Table of Contents – – with Parts 1 to 4 covering the Companies Act 2006. The Act is presented in full, including all amendments and detailed notes. Parts 5 and 6 deal with pre–2006 companies primary legislation and statutory instruments, while Parts 7 and 8 examine the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000, (FSMA), including statutory instruments.

Miscellaneous other primary legislation and other statutory instruments comprise Parts 9 and 10 followed by considerable EU material in Part 11, dealing with such areas as insolvency, market abuse, takeovers, transparency... and more.

As would be expected of a volume of this magnitude, there are ample research resources. There is an index of at least sixty pages and a glossary of words and phrases, both indicating the unique paragraph number, or numbers pertaining to each phrase or provision rather than page numbers.

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