Practice Notes on Private Company Law
By Mark Stamp
Routledge-Cavendish – 2001 – 156 pages
Series: Practice Notes
This book is a succinct guide to company law. The reader is guided through the elements involved in forming a company, and other vital areas are explained in detail, including: the availability of public information on companies and how to find it; directors' obligations; minority shareholders' rights; the memorandum and articles of association; how a company should execute a document; company meetings and charges; and debentures.
This third edition has been updated to include consideration of recent important cases, as well as key statutory instruments that have impacted upon company law since the last edition. It also includes a section on dividends and an analysis of the DTIs proposals for reform of company charges.