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Company Law Perspectives

by: Michael Quilter

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Publisher: Thomson Reuters,16.07.12

Category: LAW - Business & Corporate Level:

ISBN: 0455230781
ISBN13: 9780455230788

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Company Law Perspectives brings a unique and fresh approach to this dynamic area of law. Although concise, each chapter has significant impact as extracts from complementary sources are incorporated, placing the regulation of company law within the broader business context in which the law operates. The result is an all-encompassing, realistic view of the domain of company law.

Sources include short extracts from:


  the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), and judgments interpreting this and other relevant legislation;


  ASIC Information Sheets and Media Releases, in which the "company law watchdog" in its educational role clearly reveals the intended effect of regulation and the benefits of compliance;


  newspaper commentary, which conveys in demonstrative vernacular the actual consequences of company law on company officers, mum and dad shareholders and the general public; and


  legal journal articles, which offer a window to the future of company law.

With its thoughtful, clear and practical commentary, succinct style and multidimensional perspective, Company Law Perspectives provides a solid foundation for the learning of company law.

Company Law Perspectives brings a unique and fresh approach to this dynamic area of law. Although concise, each chapter has significant impact as extracts from complementary sources are incorporated, placing the regulation of company law within the broader business context in which the law operates. The result is an all-encompassing, realistic view of the domain of company law.
Sources include short extracts from:


  the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth), and judgments interpreting this and other relevant legislation;


  ASIC Information Sheets and Media Releases, in which the "company law watchdog" in its educational role clearly reveals the intended effect of regulation and the benefits of compliance;


  newspaper commentary, which conveys in demonstrative vernacular the actual consequences of company law on company officers, mum and dad shareholders and the general public; and


  legal journal articles, which offer a window to the future of company law.

With its thoughtful, clear and practical commentary, succinct style and multidimensional perspective, Company Law Perspectives provides a solid foundation for the learning of company law.

Table of Contents
1. Agency
2. Comparison of Business Organisations
3. History and Legislative Framework of Company Law
4. Types of Companies
5. Registration and its Effects
6. Constitution and Replaceable Rules
7. Company Liability in Contract
8. Company Liability in Tort and Crime
9. Promoters and Pre-registration Contracts
10. Company Financing
11. Fundraising
12. Share Capital
13. Dividends
14. Debentures and Loan Capital
15. Directors and Management
16. Directors' Fiduciary Duties
17. Directors' Statutory Duties
18. Remedies and Penalties for Directors' Breaches
19. Financial and Reporting Obligations
20. Auditors
21. ASIC Investigation
22. Members' Rights
23. Members Meetings
24. Takeovers
25. Financial Services and Markets
26. Insolvency
27. Arrangements and Reconstructions
28. Voluntary Administration
29. Receivership
30. Liquidation
31. Company Regulation in the Competition and Consumer Act