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Understanding company law / Jonathan Barrett and Ronán Feehily.

By: Barrett, Jonathan, 1962- [author.].
Contributor(s): Feehily, Ronán [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Understanding series (Wellington, N.Z.): Publisher: Wellington, New Zealand : LexisNexis NZ Limited, 2019.Copyright date: ©2019Edition: 4th edition.Description: Iii, 303 pages : colour illustrations, 27 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780947514921Subject(s): Corporation law -- New Zealand -- Textbooks
Contents:
Chapter 1: Companies: context and problems -- Chapter 2: Partnerships, limited partnerships and joint ventures -- Chapter 3: Comparing business organisations -- Chapter 4: Company formation and internal governance -- Chapter 5: Corporate liability -- Chapter 6: Corporate finance -- Chapter 7: Record keeping, reporting and auditors -- Chapter 8: Shareholders -- Chapter 9: Shareholders' remedies -- Chapter 10: The board of directors -- Chapter 11: Director's duties -- Chapter 12: Financial markets law -- Chapter 13: Takeovers and amalgamations -- Chapter 14: Corporate default -- Chapter 15: Liquidation -- Chapter 16: Corporate governance in New Zealand.
Summary: "Understanding company law, 4th edition, is a user-friendly resource written specifically to support non-law students studying the law of companies and other business organisations. Providing an excellent balance between theory, case law and practice, Understanding company law covers the essential concepts of company law, business organisations, financial markets, takeovers and corporate governance in a clear and straightforward manner. This new edition has been fully updated to take account of developments since the last edition was published in 2014, providing students with sufficient knowledge to develop a critical analysis and understanding of the topics. The law is presented in the context of critique, along with its uncertainties, ambiguities and problems, rather than as a mechanical description of the rules, making it easier to understand. The use of plain language ensures that the work is invaluable to students coming to the topic for the first time or who have English as a second language"-- Provided for publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Chapter 1: Companies: context and problems -- Chapter 2: Partnerships, limited partnerships and joint ventures -- Chapter 3: Comparing business organisations -- Chapter 4: Company formation and internal governance -- Chapter 5: Corporate liability -- Chapter 6: Corporate finance -- Chapter 7: Record keeping, reporting and auditors -- Chapter 8: Shareholders -- Chapter 9: Shareholders' remedies -- Chapter 10: The board of directors -- Chapter 11: Director's duties -- Chapter 12: Financial markets law -- Chapter 13: Takeovers and amalgamations -- Chapter 14: Corporate default -- Chapter 15: Liquidation -- Chapter 16: Corporate governance in New Zealand.

"Understanding company law, 4th edition, is a user-friendly resource written specifically to support non-law students studying the law of companies and other business organisations. Providing an excellent balance between theory, case law and practice, Understanding company law covers the essential concepts of company law, business organisations, financial markets, takeovers and corporate governance in a clear and straightforward manner. This new edition has been fully updated to take account of developments since the last edition was published in 2014, providing students with sufficient knowledge to develop a critical analysis and understanding of the topics. The law is presented in the context of critique, along with its uncertainties, ambiguities and problems, rather than as a mechanical description of the rules, making it easier to understand. The use of plain language ensures that the work is invaluable to students coming to the topic for the first time or who have English as a second language"-- Provided for publisher.

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