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This quarterly-updated looseleaf service provides company directors, company secretaries and their advisers with a complete range of template documents and contractual clauses which can be used for setting up, running or selling/merging a company. For example, it contains Articles and Memoranda of Association for different types of companies, board and ...
Butterworths Company Secretarial Procedures and Precedents: (Pay-In-Advance Subscription)
This quarterly-updated looseleaf service provides company directors, company secretaries and their advisers with a complete range of template documents and contractual clauses which can be used for setting up, running or selling/merging a company. For example, it contains Articles and Memoranda of Association for different types of companies, board and member resolutions, meeting minutes, deeds, letters, indemnity and warranty clauses, notices, and reports and accounts. The looseleaf is divided into the following sections: * Incorporation * Capital * General administration * Meetings * Directors, secretary and auditors * Accounts * Secretarial administration Each section includes a commentary overview, procedures for each area of law and useful example precedents, including relevant document templates and the supporting Companies House forms.
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1327.81 USD

Butterworths Company Secretarial Procedures and Precedents: (Pay-In-Advance Subscription)

by Kelly Millar
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The unparalleled authority on directors' disqualification, Mithani has, together with a team of expert practitioners and academics, produced the definitive work on the law relating to disqualification. Available in looseleaf and CD-ROM, Mithani: Directors' Disqualification gives readers the entire law and procedure relating to the disqualification of company directors and ...
Mithani: Directors' Disqualification
The unparalleled authority on directors' disqualification, Mithani has, together with a team of expert practitioners and academics, produced the definitive work on the law relating to disqualification. Available in looseleaf and CD-ROM, Mithani: Directors' Disqualification gives readers the entire law and procedure relating to the disqualification of company directors and is the only work to provide a full explanation of the complex rules that have developed under the Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986. The work also takes account of the impact of the Human Rights Act 1998. The complete service includes a guide to the substantive law and procedure in this area; the essential statutory materials; a newsletter; necessary forms and precedents and cases, included in the accompanying CD. Expanded precedents provide useful short cuts through a complicated area of law and include essential information and research on disqualification periods. Automatically updated four times a year, the CD offers the user a number of additional benefits such as advanced search facilities, speed and ease of use, plus a wealth of additional statutory material including the complete Company Directors Disqualification Act 1986, the Insolvency Act 1986, the Companies Act 1985 and the Companies Act 2006. Extensive hypertext links enable users to jump from page to page between relevant statutory material and precedents - all at the touch of a button. Four looseleaf volumes plus CD-ROM; four service issues per year
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1173.29 USD

Mithani: Directors' Disqualification

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With Public Private Partnerships and PFI you can turn to clear commentary and guidance on the legal, practical and financial issues relating to the Private Finance Initiative and Public Private Partnerships. It will help you evaluate whether PPPs and PFI are the best way forward and how to develop a ...
Public Private Partnerships & PFI
With Public Private Partnerships and PFI you can turn to clear commentary and guidance on the legal, practical and financial issues relating to the Private Finance Initiative and Public Private Partnerships. It will help you evaluate whether PPPs and PFI are the best way forward and how to develop a business case. Practical issues, such as planning in advance for changes and adjustments during the lifetime of what can be a long-term project, are addressed so that pitfalls can be avoided, or if problems do arise, they can be resolved speedily. Similarly the drafting of the contract is discussed in full so that the risk of disputes is minimised and that a fair balance is achieved between the interests of the parties. The work also shows how to develop incentives and other provisions to maximise the benefits of the project for both contracting parties. In addition, there is in-depth commentary on the implications of employment issues and how to comply with the rules relating to employee rights, including TUPE. Other topics covered by Public Private Partnerships and PFI include property, construction, facilities management, and intellectual property. It provides you with the complete guide to PPPs and PFI so that the technicalities can be understood fully, the procedures followed correctly, and the legal requirements adhered to. Public Private Partnerships and PFI contains extensive narrative text and detailed practical case studies and covers such matters as * how to take advantage of the opportunities to improve public services and facilities * how to draft contracts * legal and procedural requirements * economic and financial issues * selection of contractors * strategies to adopt so that the best results can be achieved
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1872.70 USD

Public Private Partnerships & PFI

by Professor Sue Arrowsmith
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Tolley's Company Law Service is a complete reference service on CD-ROM and Looseleaf which offers expert commentary and guidance on all aspects of company and corporate insolvency law and best practice. It provides practical analysis of company law, geared to the everyday legal needs of businesses and their professional advisers. ...
Tolley's Company Law & CD-ROM Service: (Pay-As-You-Go Subscription)
Tolley's Company Law Service is a complete reference service on CD-ROM and Looseleaf which offers expert commentary and guidance on all aspects of company and corporate insolvency law and best practice. It provides practical analysis of company law, geared to the everyday legal needs of businesses and their professional advisers. Tolley's Company Law Service includes: TOLLEY'S COMPANY LAW LOOSELEAF This two-volume manual provides over 70 alphabetically arranged chapters covering every aspect of company law from Accounts to Ultra Vires. Each chapter provides a thorough discussion of the law, cites relevant cases and puts the legal issues into a practical business context. Thoroughly indexed and cross-referenced, it offers an ideal solution when in-depth reading and research is required. TOLLEY'S COMPANY LAW-LINK CD-ROM This user-friendly CD-ROM contains the full text of the Company Law looseleaf plus the full text of all relevant legislation including statutes, statutory instruments and EC laws. It also provides the most commonly used Companies House forms which can be completed on-screen and then printed off for immediate filing. COMPANY LAW AND INSOLVENCY NEWSLETTER A monthly newsletter that keeps the user informed of all developments in the fields of company law and insolvency. Each issue features an exciting combination of articles on topical matters, case reports, and relevant news. STOP PRESS A detailed stop press section published as part of each update outlines exactly which chapters have been revised and why. It also details general developments, such as pending legislation affecting several areas of company law and highlights the changes that affect individual chapters not being updated for that issue. Subscribers receive 12 CD-ROM updates per year and six looseleaf updates, plus six Stop Press updates per year. Updates are invoiced separately on publication.
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Tolley's Company Law & CD-ROM Service: (Pay-As-You-Go Subscription)

by Roger Berner, Richard Baxter, Stephen Barc, Solicitor Ballard
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Ray: Partnership Taxation provides an in-depth analysis of current legislation and best practice in the challenging area of partnership taxation and is essential reading for accountants, solicitors and others advising professional partnerships. The comprehensive text covers all the key areas of partnership taxation and is referenced throughout to the relevant ...
Ray: Partnership Taxation
Ray: Partnership Taxation provides an in-depth analysis of current legislation and best practice in the challenging area of partnership taxation and is essential reading for accountants, solicitors and others advising professional partnerships. The comprehensive text covers all the key areas of partnership taxation and is referenced throughout to the relevant legislation, case law and Revenue Statements of Practice. All aspects of taxation touching partnerships are covered including: * types of partnership and the partnership agreement * mixed partnerships and corporate partners owned by individuals * the complexities of partnership capital gains * mergers and demergers * incorporation and loss relief * property investment partnerships * VAT and the tax treatment applicable to overseas partnerships * personal pension scheme rules * operation of stamp duty land tax in partnerships * extensive cross-referencing of the text, with numerous worked examples
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585.80 USD
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Tolley's Company Law Service is a complete reference service on CD-ROM and Looseleaf which offers expert commentary and guidance on all aspects of company and corporate insolvency law and best practice. It provides practical analysis of company law, geared to the everyday legal needs of businesses and their professional advisers. ...
Tolley's Company Law & CD-ROM Service: (Pay-In-Advance Subscription)
Tolley's Company Law Service is a complete reference service on CD-ROM and Looseleaf which offers expert commentary and guidance on all aspects of company and corporate insolvency law and best practice. It provides practical analysis of company law, geared to the everyday legal needs of businesses and their professional advisers. Tolley's Company Law Service includes: TOLLEY'S COMPANY LAW LOOSELEAF This two-volume manual provides over 70 alphabetically arranged chapters covering every aspect of company law from Accounts to Ultra Vires. Each chapter provides a thorough discussion of the law, cites relevant cases and puts the legal issues into a practical business context. Thoroughly indexed and cross-referenced, it offers an ideal solution when in-depth reading and research is required. TOLLEY'S COMPANY LAW-LINK CD-ROM This user-friendly CD-ROM contains the full text of the Company Law looseleaf plus the full text of all relevant legislation including statutes, statutory instruments and EC laws. It also provides the most commonly used Companies House forms which can be completed on-screen and then printed off for immediate filing. COMPANY LAW AND INSOLVENCY NEWSLETTER A monthly newsletter that keeps the user informed of all developments in the fields of company law and insolvency. Each issue features an exciting combination of articles on topical matters, case reports, and relevant news. STOP PRESS A detailed stop press section published as part of each update outlines exactly which chapters have been revised and why. It also details general developments, such as pending legislation affecting several areas of company law and highlights the changes that affect individual chapters not being updated for that issue. Subscribers receive 12 CD-ROM updates per year and six looseleaf updates, plus six Stop Press updates per year, which is included in the yearly subscription fee.
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2481.98 USD

Tolley's Company Law & CD-ROM Service: (Pay-In-Advance Subscription)

by Simon Buckingham, Crispin Bridges Webb, Mike Boutell, A. G. Bompas, Richard Bennett, Roger F. Bemer, Richard Baxter, Stephen Barc, Simon Allport
Loose-leaf
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Butterworths Corporate Law Service is a comprehensive and authoritative guide to all aspects of corporate law. Comprising three looseleaf binders and CD-ROM, this revised and expanded work takes a practical and modern approach and is designed to help the busy practitioner find the information they require as quickly and easily ...
Butterworths Corporate Law Service
Butterworths Corporate Law Service is a comprehensive and authoritative guide to all aspects of corporate law. Comprising three looseleaf binders and CD-ROM, this revised and expanded work takes a practical and modern approach and is designed to help the busy practitioner find the information they require as quickly and easily as possible. As part of the annual subscription, subscribers receive three looseleaf binders, a CD, a bi-monthly PDF Corporate Law Update newsletter, a free annual Company Law Handbook, and six issues per year. The service covers company law, corporate administration, corporate finance and corporate transactions. The service also includes Butterworths Corporate Law Service on CD-ROM to ensure the subscriber has instant access to all the information they need. The entire package on CD-ROM offers all the benefits of electronic researching such as cross-referencing through hypertext links and the ability to word search in order to locate a particular topic. Three looseleaf volumes. Subscribers receive their first year's updating issues as part of the purchase price (approx. six service issues per year). Subscribers are then charged annually for subsequent updating.
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1657.77 USD
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Company secretaries are at the heart of the company, providing the enterprise and its directors with the right legal, compliance, accounting and governance support and advice at the right time. Company secretaries also serve as the link between the board and the rest of the company, its shareholders and the ...
Company secretarial practice
Company secretaries are at the heart of the company, providing the enterprise and its directors with the right legal, compliance, accounting and governance support and advice at the right time. Company secretaries also serve as the link between the board and the rest of the company, its shareholders and the public. In recognition of the dynamic and strategic role played by company secretaries today, Juta is proud to launch Company Secretarial Practice, which replaces its well-loved predecessor, South African Business Administration, in order to provide a new, up-to-date and definitive reference work for all company secretaries. This regularly updated manual takes the key functions expected of the company secretary and highlights the legal framework in which the company secretary operates, suggesting practical procedures to achieve compliance. In this way Company Secretarial Practice will help company secretaries to meet the exacting demands of their job and fill their role as necessitated by legislation and the King Reports.
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Buckley on the Companies Acts is the leading practitioner annotated guide to companies legislation, comprising detailed expert commentary on the Companies Act 2006 and how it applies, by the foremost practitioners in the UK. Buckley's guidance will be indispensable during this time of rapid change in company law. With extensive ...
Buckley on the Companies Acts
Buckley on the Companies Acts is the leading practitioner annotated guide to companies legislation, comprising detailed expert commentary on the Companies Act 2006 and how it applies, by the foremost practitioners in the UK. Buckley's guidance will be indispensable during this time of rapid change in company law. With extensive cross-referencing and interpretation of where CA 1985 and 1989 case law still applies, Buckley is essential in understanding and interpreting the law. It also includes related Acts with commentary, related European materials plus a detailed commentary on the European Company Statute. Since it was first published in 1872, Buckley has been the leading reference source for company law. The 15th edition, written by an eminent author team, is an essential source of up-to-date information for both practitioners and academics. Three looseleaf volumes. Subscribers receive their first year's updating issues as part of the purchase price (two service issues approx. per year). Subscribers are then charged annually for subsequent updating.
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2490.11 USD

Buckley on the Companies Acts

by Richard Nolan, H. W. Higginson, Brenda Hannigan
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