Business and Corporations Law, 4th edition (eBook)
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Business and Corporations Law, 4th edition is an essential teaching and learning resource on the legal principles applicable to business and company law
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Business and Corporations Law 4th edition introduces students to the foundations of the Australian legal system and the principles that govern contract and corporations law, business structures, and management of companies. It provides an overview of financial reporting and auditing and the foundation concepts pertaining to receivership, voluntary administration and liquidation. This book also explains in clear and plain language the nature of corporate membership and the duties of directors tasked with running the business affairs of the company.
To support learning of course content within the broader business context, this title includes chapter summaries, margin notes, key cases and legislation, diagrams and flowcharts. It also comes with a suite of online resources for both students and lecturers.
- Chapters 8, 9, 10 and 11 have been revised extensively, with some material being redistributed between chapters to achieve parity across the book’s twelve-chapter format
- New material on directors, company secretaries, equity versus debt financing, shares and debentures, oppressive conduct and the whistleblowing protection regime has been added
- Additional internet references for further reading and end-of-chapter questions are included where appropriate
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Table of contents
1. The Australian Legal System
2. Introduction to Contract Law
3. Offer to Contract
4. Terms of Contract Interpretation of Terms and Capacity of Parties
5. Genuine Consent of Parties in Contract Law
6. Discharge of Contract and Remedies for Breach of Contract
7. Business Structures
8. Company Registration and its Consequences; Replaceable Rules and Constitution
9. Company Contracting and Management
10. Directors’ Duties, Members’ Remedies and Whistleblowing Protection
11. Company Finance, Accounts and Financial Reporting, Dividends and Audit
12. External Administration of Companies