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Annotated Companies Legislation (2nd Revised edition)

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Author(s): Birds, Professor John;
Classification(s): Company law;
ISBN-13: 9780199652693
ISBN-10: 0199652694
Publication Date: 26 Jan 2012
Imprint: Oxford University Press
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Publication Country: United Kingdom
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 2352
Dimensions: W: 174 mm / H: 246 mm

  • The only single volume commentary with a complete set of company law materials
  • Draws together all you need to know about the legislation in one place
  • Substantive and high quality commentary in a section-by-section format
  • High quality author team with a mix of expertise (solicitors, barristers, scholars, and accountants)
  • Draws on secondary materials such as Hansard and Committee Reports and case law for interpretation of statute
  • Full commentary on dynamic areas such as directors' duties and derivative claims
  • Includes the Model Articles of Association along with detailed annotation as well as the full text of other relevant statutory instruments
  • Includes derivation and destination tables for ease of navigation around the new regime

New to this edition

  • Provides updated material on the dynamic areas of derivative claims and unfair prejudice, and directors' duties

1: General Introductory Provisions
2: Company Formation
3: A Company's Constitution
4: A Company's Capacity and Related Matters
5: A Company's Name
6: A Company's Registered Office
7: Re-Registration as a Means of Altering a Company's Status
8: A Company's Members
9: Exercise of Members' Rights
10: A Company's Directors
11: Derivative Claims and Proceedings by Members
12: Company Secretaries
13: Resolutions and Meetings
14: Control of Political Donations and Expenditure
15: Accounts and Reports
16: Audit
17: A Company's Share Capital
18: Acquisition by Limited Company of its Own Shares
19: Debentures
20: Private and Public Companies
21: Certification and Transfer of Securities: General
22: Information about Interests in a Company's Shares
23: Distributions
24: A Company's Annual Return
25: Company Charges
26: Arrangements and Reconstructions
27: Mergers and Divisions of Public Companies
28: Takeovers etc
29: Fraudulent Trading
30: Protection of Members Against Unfair Prejudice
31: Dissolution and Restoration to the Register
32: Company Investigations: Amendments
33: UK Companies not Formed under the Companies Acts
34: Overseas Companies
35: The Registrar of Companies
36: Offences under the Companies Acts
37: Companies Supplementary Provisions
38: Companies: Interpretation
39: Companies: Minor Amendments
40: Company Directors: Foreign Disqualification etc
41: Business Names
42: Statutory Auditors
43: Transparency Obligations and Related Matters
44: Miscellaneous Provisions
45: Northern Ireland
46: General Supplementary Provisions
47: Final Provisions
48: Schedules
49: Uncertificated Securities Regulations
50: CA 1985 Pt XVIII Floating Charges (Scot)
51: Table A and Model Articles of Association
Statutory Instruments

Reviews

Review(s) from previous edition

"I have found the Annotated Companies Legislation immensely useful. It contains a detailed, clear and authoritative commentary on the core statutory materials in a single and portable (if you have a large briefcase!) volume. I would recommend it highly. - Nick Segal, Freshfields, Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

"Annotated Companies Legislation is both comprehensive and practical, providing invaluable commentary to the Companies Act 2006 and written in an accessible and engaging style by its distinguished authors. In a handy single paperback volume, this will become an indispensible companion for those practising in this field." - Michael Green QC, Fountain Court

"In comparison to other available commentaries of the Companies Act 2006, Annotated Companies Legislation will stand out not only as a very accessible general commentary for practitioners but also as an extremely useful source of other relevant legislation, regulation and case law." - Simon Jay, Partner, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton

"Review of Annotated Companies Acts looseleaf: "We make regular use of the Annotated Companies Acts, which provides a helpful commentary on this new and complex legislation and is an invaluable resource as practitioners and their clients get to grips with the new law."" - David Coleman, MacFarlanes LLP

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Author Biography

Edited by John Birds, Formerly Professor of Commercial Law, University of Manchester

 

 

Robert Hildyard QC, 4 Stone Buildings, and Robert Miles QC, 4 Stone Buildings

 

 

 

 

Professor John Birds was Professor of Commercial Law at the University of Manchester.

 

 

 

 

Contributors: 
4 Stone Buildings: Hermann Boeddinghaus; George Bompas QC; Jonathan Brettler; Jonathan Crow QC;
Andrew de Mestre; Peter Griffiths; Christopher Harrison; Richard Hill; Adam Holliman;
Charles Marquand; Tiran Nersessian; Sharif Shivji; and Alastair Tomson 

Professor John Birds, University of Manchester; Nigel Boardman, Slaughter and May; 
Jonathan Cotton, Slaughter and May; Rebecca Cousin, Slaughter and May; Dr John De Lacy, University of Sheffield;
Professor Alan Dignam, Queen Mary, University of London; Sean Geraghty, Dechert; Robert Goddard, Aston University; 
Chris Hale, Travers Smith; David Kershaw, London School of Economics; 
Professor John Lowry; University College London; Professor Iain MacNeil, University of Glasgow; 
Mike Metcalf, KPMG LLP; Professor David Milman, Lancaster University; Richard O'Brien, Dechert;
Alex Owen, KPMG LLP; Tolek Petch, Slaughter and May; Jan Putnis, Slaughter and May:
Dr Arad Reisberg, University College London; Chris Riley, University of Durham; Ian Shawyer, Travers Smith and
Rachel Woodburn, Travers Smith

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