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by John Birds,Steve Gale,Alistair Alcock

ePub Companies Act 2006: The New Law (New Law Series) download
Author:
John Birds,Steve Gale,Alistair Alcock
ISBN13:
978-1846610363
ISBN:
1846610362
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Jordan Publishing Limited (March 1, 2007)
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Companies Act 2006 book.

Companies Act 2006 book. This very substantial piece of draft legislation with over 1200 sections and 16 schedules represents a seismic change to the company law landscape.

Author: Alistair Alcock; John Birds; Steve Gale. Publisher: Jordan Publishing

Author: Alistair Alcock; John Birds; Steve Gale. Publisher: Jordan Publishing. duties of appointment and removal of auditors and Part 42 governing supervision of auditors. important changes affecting directors duties including conflicts and the concept of general duties.

The Companies Act 2006 promises to be the most radical reform of UK company law for decades.

Coauthors & Alternates.

Dealing in United Kingdom Equities. ISBN 9780853081746 (978-0-85308-174-6) Softcover, Jordan & Sons, 1991. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Alistair Alcock at LibraryThing.

The UK's Companies Act 2006 has been the most radical reform of company law for decades, and the UK government hasĀ .

The UK's Companies Act 2006 has been the most radical reform of company law for decades, and the UK government has decided to bring the remainder of the Act in over an extended period up to October 2009. Alcock, Birds and Gale on the Companies Act 2006 follows the structure of the Companies Act 2006 and explains what stage the implementation process has now reached.

The background to the new law is briefly discussed and there is a limited analysis of the new provisions. The full text of the Act is also provided, along with tables charting the change in section numbers between the 1985 and 2006 Acts. Who is it for? Practitioners, company secretaries and those who advise on company law issues. Lecturers will find it useful when updating courses. Students would be better off consulting a traditional textbook. Register to continue.

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The Companies Act 2006 (c 46) is an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which forms the primary source of UK company law. It had the distinction of being the longest Act in British Parliamentary history: with 1,300 sections and covering nearl. It had the distinction of being the longest Act in British Parliamentary history: with 1,300 sections and covering nearly 700 pages, and containing 16 schedules (the list of contents is 59 pages long) but it has since been surpassed, in that respect, by the Corporation Tax Act 2009.

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The Companies Act 2006 promises to be the most radical reform of UK company law for decades. This very substantial piece of draft legislation with over 1200 sections and 16 schedules represents a seismic change to the company law landscape. Following the highly regarded Jordan's New Law Series format, this book offers an authoritative account of the background and effect of the Act. Focusing on the areas of change, the book combines analysis of the new provisions with essential cross-referencing to the law remaining in force, thus providing a comprehensive account of the forthcoming regime and its implications for UK company law practice. The book also includes the full text of the Act.