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An Introduction to Irish Company Law

Author : Gráinne Callanan
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Fourth edition of this popular introductory textbook for students, which is fully revised and updated to reflect the new landscape of company law following the introduction of the COMPANIES ACT 2014. NEW TO THIS EDITION: Restructured and rewritten to reflect the format and content of the Companies Act 2014, with particular focus on the new model private company limited by shares and the key changes in relation to the following: New types of companies Transition arrangements New form constitution for private companies limited by shares New optional statutory default provisions to replace Table A New capital maintenance rules Codification of directors' fiduciary duties Additional statutory duties for directors New decision making procedures for members Provisions for revising financial statements New summary approval procedure for restricted activities All key cases since the last edition Increased emphasis on standard company law modules on undergraduate Law, Business and Accountancy Programmes Covers the core areas of company law in Ireland Designed to help students understand the principles of Company Law Written in a clear and concise style SUITABLE FOR Students of company law in undergraduate law and business programmes at universities, institutes of technology and other third-level Institutions Those taking professional accountancy examinations THE AUTHOR Grainne Callanan, BCL, LLM, MBS, Cdip (A&F) has been a lecturer in company and insolvency Law at Waterford Institute of Technology for over 20 years. She has a number of publications in the field of company law. She was previously employed in the corporate banking sector.

Court Applications Under the Companies Acts

Author : Mahmud Samad
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Court Applications under the Companies Acts (originally titled: Irish Company Law - Practice, Procedure and Precedents) covers company law litigation and focusses on procedure as well containing commentary on the law. Each chapter looks at specific company law applications. The book includes new case law in the area of liquidation and examinership, the new Rules of the Superior Courts concerning liquidation and examinership and substantial changes to the law from the 2012 Companies Bill. Includes coverage of: Incorporation of company; Restoration of company to the register ; Restoration of company to the register: Annulling a winding up order; Registration of charges; Late registration of charges; Unliquidated Insolvent Companies; Cross-examination of officers of the company; Section 205: Remedies for oppression of minority shareholders; Derivative Actions and the rule in Foss v. Harbottle; The Insolvency Regulation; Voluntary winding up; Compulsory Winding up of insolvent company; Winding up by the Court; Powers and duties of liquidator; Committee of inspection; Restriction of company directors; Avoiding restriction; Disqualification of company director; Reckless and fraudulent trading; Avoidance of certain transactions on a winding up. Application for final orders Examinership; Powers and duties of examiner; Receivership.

Business Law in Ireland

Author : Anthony Thuillier
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This book offers an introduction to business law in Ireland and explores the major requisite themes, including the law of tort, the law of contract, company and commercial law, European/EU law, and employment law. Contents include: what is "a tort"? * professional negligence * passing off * offer and acceptance * consideration and intention to create legal relations * the sale of goods and supply of services * contractual terms and exclusion clauses * misrepresentation * mistake * economic duress and undue influence discharge * remedies for a breach of contract * introduction to company law * directors * agency * corporate borrowing * negotiable instruments * insurance * corporate insolvency * introduction to European law * significant case law of the EU * the contract of employment * employment law disputes. (Series: Core Text) [Subject: Irish Law, Business Law, Labor Law]

Mayson French and Ryan on Company Law

Author : Derek French
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Mayson, French & Ryan on Company Law is the ideal companion for students looking for an up-to-date, comprehensive, and straightforward account of company law. The content has been recently streamlined with modern company law courses in mind and includes plenty of student-friendly features. With hallmark clarity, this new edition continues the tradition of providing accurate technical detail, examination of theory and quotations from key cases. Consistently praised for thorough yet accessible handling of the law, Mayson, French & Ryan has positioned itself as the go-to company law text for the modern student. Online resources This book is accompanied by online resources which include: - updates on recent developments in company law - four bonus chapters on transparency, accounts, marketable loans, and legal forms for businesses

Introduction to Business Law

Author : Lucy Jones
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A student-centred text ideal for those new to the study of law. It adopts a fresh approach and is packed with photographs, diagrams and examples of how the law impacts on the business world.

An Introduction to Business Law in the Middle East

Author : Brian Russell
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An Introduction to and an History of Ireland

Author : Sylvester O'Halloran
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Critical Company Law

Author : Lorraine Talbot
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The second edition of Critical Company Law provides a framework in which to understand how the company functions in society and a thorough grounding in modern legal doctrine. It shows how modern company law is shaped by a multi-layered history of politics, ideology, economics and power. Through the lens of political economic theory the book shows how the company becomes the mechanism through which the state makes political choices about distributing societies’ wealth and through which it responds to economic crises. The current law reflects an economy marked by a disjuncture between the low profits of the productive economy and the high profits of the finance economy. Critical Company Law examines areas of company law to show how they reflect a fragile economy inexorably drawn to social and economic inequality and short-termism. These include: • The Doctrine of Separate Corporate Personality • Groups of Companies and Tort Liabilities • Company Formation and the Constitution • Directors’ Duties and Authority • Corporate Capacity • Shares and Shareholders • Raising and Maintaining Capital • Minority Protection In this uniquely hybrid book the legal topics are treated with detail and clarity, providing an engaging introduction to the key topics required for a student of company law.

A Guide to Legal Structures for Voluntary and Community Organisations

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Business Law 2017 2018

Author : J. Scott Slorach
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Written by two experts in the field, Business Law provides practical, up-to-date coverage of company, partnership, taxation, and insolvency law, plus all relevant aspects of EU law. The manual provides all of the required material students need to understand the latest legal developments affecting business law transactions, with a particular focus on relevant taxation law and business accounts and including the details of the March 2017 Budget. Examples are used throughout the manual enabling students to contextualize their learning effectively. Extensive and updated statutory references allow students both to cross-refer to appropriate primary sources, and to use the guide to interpret such sources. The book's depth of coverage, accessible format and clear structure make it an ideal reference for students on the Legal Practice Course.