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Corporations and Associations Law: Principles and Issues, 6th edition (eBook)

Corporations and Associations Law: Principles and Issues, 6th edition (eBook)

Gooley, J; Dicker, M; Zammit, M; Russell, D, 2015

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Corporations and Associations Law: Principles and Issues, 6th edition is a contemporary treatment of the central issues of corporations and associations law

 

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Corporations and Associations Law: Principles and Issues, 6th edition offers a contemporary treatment of the central issues of corporations and associations law. John Gooley, David Russell, Matthew Dicker and Michael Zammit draw on their extensive experience as practising barristers and teachers to provide an in-depth and practical analysis of a broad range of topics affecting corporations and associations. The clear and accessible style of Corporations and Associations Law: Principles and Issues, 6th edition makes it invaluable to students, practitioners and anyone in the wider community seeking to understand corporations and associations law.

 

Features

     •     Wide breadth of topics including corporations, partnerships and association law
     •     Written by practitioner experts and lecturers
     •     Suitable for undergraduates, postgraduates and practitioners

 

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Author

John V. Gooley BA LLM (Hons) (Syd) Dip Ed (SCAE) is a barrister who also lectures in Insolvency and Law of Associations for the Law Extension Committee of the University of Sydney.

 

David J. Russell SC, BA LLB (Syd) is a barrister who also lectures in Insolvency and Law Of Associations for the Law Extension Committee of the University of Sydney.

 

Matthew Dicker BA LLB (Hons) (ANU), BCL (Oxon) is a barrister who specialises in commercial law and professional negligence law.

 

Michael Zammit B.Ec (Hons) BA LLB is a barrister who also lectures in Law of Associations for the Law Extension Committee of the University of Sydney. He also lectures in Remedies at the University of Note Dame, Sydney.

Table of Contents

     1.     Forms of Business Organisation
     2.     Sole Traders
     3.     The Law of Partnership
     4.     Unincorporated Non-Profit Associations
     5.     Incorporated Non-Profit Associations
     6.     Trading Trusts
     7.     Joint Ventures
     8.     Co-operatives
     9.     The Law of Agency
   10.     The Company as a Corporate Entity
   11.     The History of the Regulation of Companies in Australia
   12.     The Administration of Company Law in Australia
   13.     Types of Companies
   14.     The Company's Constitution
   15.     Membership of a Company
   16.     Contractual, Tortious and Criminal Liability of Companies
   17.     Share Capital
   18.     Dividends
   19.     Corporate Fundraising
   20.     Managed Investment Schemes
   21.     Directors and Officers
   22.     Accounts
   23.     Auditors
   24.     Meetings and Procedure
   25.     Members’ Remedies
   26.     External Administration
   27.     Receivers
   28.     Voluntary Administration
   29.     Schemes of Arrangement
   30.     Liquidation
   31.     Regulation of Financial Services
   32.     Takeovers
   33.     Bankruptcy

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