Pennington's Company Law By Robert R. Pennington (Emeritus Professor of Commercial Law, University of Birmingham)
Pennington's Company Law
by Robert R. Pennington (Emeritus Professor of Commercial Law, University of Birmingham)
This edition of this work takes into account recent developments, mainly in case law. It should be useful reading for the practitioner, for students taking law degrees, the solicitor's qualifying examination, the Bar Final examination, and the examinations of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.
Formation of a company. Corporate personality. Alteration of the memorandum and articles of association. Contracts, torts and crimes. Protection of persons dealing with a company. Capital. Classes of shares. The marketing of securities. Allotment, payment of the issue price and membership. Dealing with shares. Profits and dividends. Debentures and debt securities. The registration of company mortgages and charges. Promoters. Directors and secretaries. Meetings of members. Principle of majority rule. Accounts, audit and annual return. Groups of companies. Private companies limited by shares. Companies limited by guarantee and unlimited companies. Index.
Pennington's Company Law by Robert R. Pennington (Emeritus Professor of Commercial Law, University of Birmingham)
Robert R. Pennington (Emeritus Professor of Commercial Law, University of Birmingham)
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