Tolley's Company Law Handbook 2000-2001

Tolley's Company Law Handbook 2000-2001

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A concise and comprehensive guide to the Companies Acts, supporting legislation and case law, providing an invaluable first point of reference for those requiring a clear understanding of the law relating to company administration. This handbook also provides essential practical details such as lists of up-to-date fees and useful telephone numbers, which are often overlooked by other publications.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 864 pages
  • Lexisnexis UK
  • Tolley Publishing
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0754507432
  • 9780754507437

Table of contents

Accounting reference dates and periods; accounts -definitions; accounts - general; accounts - groups of companies; accounts - individual companies; accounts - insurance and banking companies; accounts - small and medium-sized companies; acquisition of own shares; allotment of shares; annual returns; articles of association; auditors; bonus issues; class rights; companies not formed under CA 1985; dealings with third parties; debentures and other borrowing definitions; directors; directors' report; disclosure of interests in public company; dissolution and striking off distributions; dormant companies; European Community legislation; fees; formation; forms; guarantee companies; insider dealing; investigations; legal proceedings; meetings; members; memorandum of association; names and business names; open-end investment companies; overseas companies; partnerships; penalties; private companies; prospectuses and public issues; public and listed companies; reconstructions and mergers; records; registered office; registers; registrar of companies; registration and re-registration; registration of charges; resolutions; rights issues; Scotland; seals; secretary; share premium; share transfers etc; shares and share capital; takeover offers; unlimited companies; unregistered companies; Wales.show more