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CCH Company Law Package 2009 - [for 2010 edition see 9781921593475]

by: Pamela Hanrahan, Professor Ian Ramsay, Dr Geoff Stapledon

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Publisher: CCH Australia,15.02.09

Category: LAW - Business & Corporate Level:

ISBN: 1921485329
ISBN13: 9781921485329

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The 2009 Company Law Package is a value pack containing Commercial Applications of Company Law 2009 10th edition, and Australian Corporations & Securities Legislation 2009 Volume 1.

Commercial Applications of Company Law provides an innovative teaching method devised for non-law students of company law.

Australian Corporations and Securities Legislation 2009 Volume 1 is a one volume book containing the Corporations Act, Corporations Regulations, ASIC Act, ASIC Regulations and other related legislation.

Commercial Applications of Company Law is written by three acknowledged experts that have a unique combination of experience in both legal practice and teaching.

Pamela Hanrahan is an associate professor of Law and Deputy Director of the Centre for Corporate Law and Securities Regulation, Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne.

Professor Ian Ramsay is the Harold Ford Professor of Commercial Law and Director of the Centre of Corporate Law and Securities Regulation, Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne.

Dr Geoff Stapledon is Professor of Law at The University of Melbourne.

Comprehensive, innovating and takes into account the unique requirements of students and teachers in this area.

Focuses on ordinary events and issues faced by companies, and explains and applies the law in an accessible and relevant manner.

Puts the law clearly into context, and demonstrates practical ways in which company law shapes business planning.

Three running case studies demonstrate the application of company law to a small proprietary company, an unlisted public company and a listed public company.

The Corporations Act cross-referenced to relevant regulations, ASIC class orders, ASIC policy and forms .

All essential legislation contained in one convenient volume consolidated to 1 January 2009.

History notes detailing amending legislation and dates of commencement.

Comparative tables of major amending acts including CLERP 9 conversion table

Comprehensive, innovating and takes into account the unique requirements of students and teachers in this area.

Focuses on ordinary events and issues faced by companies, and explains and applies the law in an accessible and relevant manner.

Puts the law clearly into context, and demonstrates practical ways in which company law shapes business planning.

Three running case studies demonstrate the application of company law to a small proprietary company, an unlisted public company and a listed public company.

The Corporations Act cross-referenced to relevant regulations, ASIC class orders, ASIC policy and forms .

All essential legislation contained in one convenient volume consolidated to 1 January 2009.

History notes detailing amending legislation and dates of commencement.

Comparative tables of major amending acts including CLERP 9 conversion table

Contents Includes:
Commerical Applications of Company Law 2009 - 10th Edition:

The functions and structure of companies

Company law

The legal nature of companies

Business planning and company formation

Internal governance rules

Managing companies

Member decision making

Member meetings

Securities & Takeovers

Financial Services & markets

Company directors

Directors' duties

Consequences of breach of duties

Members' remedies

Reporting and disclosure

Corporate Finance

Shares and shareholding

Contracting by companies

Corporate liability

External administration

Winding up

Case study and problem sets

Sample company documents

Extensive selection of the main provisions of Corporations Act needed to understand how company law operates

Case table legislation finding list and topical index .

Australian Corporations & Securities Legislation 2009 - Volume 1:

Introduction

Corporations Act 2001

Corporations Regulations 2001 (minus Sch 2 Forms)

ASIC Act 2001

ASIC Regulations 2001

Corporations (Fees) Act 2001

Corporations (Fees) Regulations 2001

Corporations (Review Fees) Act 2003

Corporations (Review Fees) Regulations 2003

Corporations (National Guarantee Fund Levies) Act 2001

Corporations (Compensation Agreement Levies) Act 2001

Financial Services Reform Act Comparative Table

Corporations Act 2001 and Corporations Law Comparative Table

Corporations Amendment (Insolvency) Act 2007

Cross-border Insolvency Act 2008 (new to this edition).

Index

Product Includes:
Two books:

Commercial Applications of Company Law 2009 - 10th edition

Australian Corporations & Securities Legislation 2009 - Volume 1