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Mayson, French and Ryan on Company Law By Derek French

Mayson, French and Ryan on Company Law
by Derek French

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Now in its 25th edition, Mayson, French and Ryan on Company Law is firmly established as the most up-to-date and accurate account of company law available, providing full analysis of the Companies Act 2006. This text skilfully balances the technical intricacies of the subject as a whole, alongside the theoretical issues.
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Mayson, French and Ryan on Company Law by Derek French

Mayson, French & Ryan on Company Law, in its 25th year, provides a refined approach to Company Law; it is firmly established as the most-up-to-date and accurate account of company law available. Presenting this complex and intricate subject with great clarity, it sheds light on the complexities of this field of law, clarifying any areas of uncertainty or ambiguity in a straightforward and engaging manner. As the full implementation of the Companies Act 2006 remains uncertain, this edition is fully updated to reflect the current situation and how this impacts upon contemporary law. The legislative framework is supported with discussion of the provisions relating to the creation, financing and management of companies, as well as their insolvency and liquidation. Quotations from important case judgements accompany the discussion of substantive case law, providing detailed analysis of the implications. With annual new editions, Mayson, French & Ryan combines the technical and practical detail with an intellectual perspective, making it an invaluable account of the law as it stands for undergraduates, postgraduates and Practitioners alike.Online Resource Centre The accompanying Online Resource Centre for this title provides quarterly updates, ensuring that students are kept up-to-date with all significant developments. The Online Resource Centre will also provide a timeline which outlines the implementation plan for the Companies Act 2006, clearly stating when each section of the new act is due to come into force.

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About Derek French



Derek French has worked as a freelance editor and writer in business and legal publishing for over 20 years. He is editor of Blackstone's Civil Practice and Blackstone's statutes on Company law, both published by OUP. He is also author for OUP of Applications to wind up companies and Model Articles of Association. Stephen Mayson is Professor of Strategy and Director of the Legal Services Policy Institute, The College of Law, and Senior Fellow of the Law School at the University of Melbourne.
Christopher Ryan is Professor of Law and Head of Department at City University. He was formerly Chief Examiner for Regulations and Compliance, for the Securities Industry Examination of the Stock Exchange.

Table of Contents


1. Introduction; 2. Registration; 3. Articles of Association; 4. Transparency; 5. Corporate Personality; 6. Shares; 7. Offering Shares to the Public; 8. Transfer of Shares; 9. Accounts; 10. Distributions and the Maintenance of Capital; 11. Borrowing, Credit and Security; 12. Marketable Loans; 13. Market Abuse; 14. Shareholders; 15. Directors; 16. Directors' Duties; 17. Corporate Officers and Promoters; 18. Remedies for Maladministration; 19. Dealings with a Company; 20. Company Insolvency and Liquidation

Additional information

GOR001935839
Mayson, French and Ryan on Company Law by Derek French
Derek French
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
2008-09-04
864
019954705X
9780199547050
N/A
Book picture is for illustrative purposes only, actual binding, cover or edition may vary.
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