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Restaurant business serves up wrong set of articles (Gunewardena v Conran Holdings Ltd)

Published on: 23 November 2016
Published by: LexisPSL
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Article summary

Corporate analysis: In this case the High Court considered the operation of ‘leaver provisions’ in a company’s articles of association. The case raises some interesting issues regarding how definitions of 'subsidiary', 'holding company' and 'group' can be construed in a company's articles. The case also considers which articles of association are binding on the company and its shareholders where an incorrect version of the articles is filed with the Registrar of Companies. or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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