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Boyle & Birds' Company Law

£14.99

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Now in its 8th edition, it has been revised in light of the UK Corporate Governance Code 2010 and case-law developments including: The Supreme Court decision in Re Paycheck 3 Services Ltd on meaning of de facto director Recent decisions regarding derivative claims - Kiani v Cooper, Mission Capital v Sinclair, Iesini v Westrop Holdings Consideration of the implications of Eurosail, Bloom v Pensions Regulator, Goldacre, and Re Stanford International Important new case-law on schemes of arrangement including Re Bluebrook and Re Lehman Bros International (Europe) Now in its 8th edition, it has been revised in light of the UK Corporate Governance Code 2010 and case-law developments.
In good condition. Large tear on back cover and last page. All pages with text in very good condition. Small folds on top page corners p.706-744.

Item details

Author(s):
Birds, John, Boyle, A.J. et al
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2011 (8th edition)
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
184661287X
ISBN-13:
9781846612879
Number of pages:
1009
Publisher:
Jordans
Title:
Boyle & Birds' Company Law

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Now in its 8th edition, it has been revised in light of the UK Corporate Governance Code 2010 and case-law developments including: The Supreme Court decision in Re Paycheck 3 Services Ltd on meaning of de facto director Recent decisions regarding derivative claims - Kiani v Cooper, Mission Capital v Sinclair, Iesini v Westrop Holdings Consideration of the implications of Eurosail, Bloom v Pensions Regulator, Goldacre, and Re Stanford International Important new case-law on schemes of arrangement including Re Bluebrook and Re Lehman Bros International (Europe) Now in its 8th edition, it has been revised in light of the UK Corporate Governance Code 2010 and case-law developments.
In good condition. Large tear on back cover and last page. All pages with text in very good condition. Small folds on top page corners p.706-744.

Author(s):
Birds, John, Boyle, A.J. et al
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
2011 (8th edition)
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
184661287X
ISBN-13:
9781846612879
Number of pages:
1009
Publisher:
Jordans
Title:
Boyle & Birds' Company Law

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