Gore-Browne on Companies
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Table of contents
Issue 163 March 2021
Issue 163 includes amendments to six chapters, namely Chapters 18 (Derivative and Direct Shareholder Claims), 37B (Functions and Liability of Auditors), 40 (Obtaining an Equity Listing), 45 (Takeover Code), 46 (Reconstruction and Amalgamation) and 52 (Administration). Chapter 37B has been rewritten by new contributor Mark Cardale and Brexit changes information has been added to Chapters 45 and 52.
Table of abbreviations
COMPANIES ACT 2006 LEGISLATION TRACKER
COMPANIES ACT 2006 DESTINATION TABLES
INSOLVENCY RULES 2016 DESTINATION TABLE
BULLETIN - Gore-Browne Bulletin
Table of Statutes
Table of Statutory Instruments
Table of Insolvency Rules
Table of Scottish Insolvency Rules
Table of European Union Material
Table of Cases
PART I - COMPANIES AND OTHER ASSOCIATIONS
PART II - CONSTITUTION AND PERSONALITY
PART III - MEMBERS
PART IV - DIRECTORS AND MANAGEMENT
PART V - ENFORCEMENT OF DUTIES
PART VI - SHARE CAPITAL
PART VII - LOANS
PART VIII - GENERAL DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
PART IX - QUOTED COMPANIES
PART X - TAKEOVERS AND MERGERS
PART XI - TAXATION
PART XII - FINANCIAL DIFFICULTIES
PART XIII - LIQUIDATION
PART XIV - CONFLICT OF LAWS
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