Corporate

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Corporate guidance:

A limited company may buy back shares in itself, if certain conditions set out in the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) are met. This is known as a share buyback...

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A share purchase agreement (SPA) will typically include warranties and indemnities given by the seller in favour of the buyer. Why warranties and...

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A limited company may buy back shares in itself, if certain conditions set out in the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) are met. This is known as a share buyback...

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It is a fundamental rule of English company law that a limited company having a share capital must maintain that capital. Therefore, a company must not...

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It is important that the most appropriate form of vehicle is chosen to carry on a business; the choice of vehicle may have a bearing on the business’s...

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The allotment of shares and issue of shares is governed by statute and the applicable statutory provisions differ according to the type of company that is...

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This Practice Note considers the nature of shares in a company and the classes into which they can be divided. If a company has shares of different classes,...

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The following provides an overview of the purpose, nature and scope of the disclosure exercise that is carried out by a seller in connection with the...

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A company having a share capital may have separate classes of shares. As a general rule, a type of share will form a separate class from other shares in a...

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What is a company? A company is a separate legal entity, distinct from its members. It is owned by its members and it is managed by its directors. It is...

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The allotment and issue of shares is governed by statutory rules, which differ according to the type of company which is proposing the allotment (private or...

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A limited liability partnership (LLP) is not a partnership but a body corporate that is formed under the Limited Liability Partnerships Act 2000 (LLPA 2000),...

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It is possible to strike off a company pursuant to Part 31 of the Companies Act 2006 (CA 2006) either:Companies Act 2006, ss 1003–1011 • voluntarily, by...

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This Practice Note summarises the law in relation to calling a general meeting of a private company limited by shares or a public company limited by shares....

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Sources of partnership law The main body of law governing a general partnership formed under English law (as opposed to a limited liability partnership,...

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An intra-group reorganisation involves the transfer of group company share capital or group assets between two or more companies in the same corporate...

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