Quick Reference Card: Corporations Law — Remedies that Apply when Directors Breach their Duties, 2nd edition
Quick Reference Card: Corporations Law — Remedies that Apply when Directors Breach their Duties, 2nd ed offers a concise summary of civil and criminal remedies for breaches of directors’ duties in corporations law.
Quick Reference Card: Corporations Law — Remedies that Apply when Directors Breach their Duties, written by highly experienced law lecturers and LexisNexis authors, Margaret Hyland and Marina Nehme, clearly summarises the civil and criminal remedies for breaches of directors’ duties under Australian corporations law, with reference to key legislation and case law.
This card includes an overview of directors’ duties, who can sue the directors for breach of those duties, remedies available in civil actions against directors for breaches of their duties, and criminal action that my be taken against directors for such breaches.
This Quick Reference Card makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent quick-reference tool for those working in corporations law.
- Concise summary of the most important principles in the practice area
- Overview of key legislation and case law
- Quick easy and clear access to key principles
- Durable laminated card
- Great as a revision checklist
- Perfect for exam use
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- Austin & Ramsay, Company Directors: Principles of Law and Corporate Governance
- Farrar & Hanrahan, Corporate Governance, 2016
- Gooley, Dicker, Zammit & Russell, Corporations & Associations Law: Principles & Issues, 6th ed, 2015
- Harris, Hargovan & Adams, Australian Corporate Law, 6th ed, 2017
- Hyland & Nehme, Quick Reference Card: Directors Duties, 4th ed, 2019
Table of contents
- Brief Overview
- Who can Sue the Directors?
- Civil Action against Directors for Breaches of Directors’ Duties
- Criminal Action against Directors for Breaches of Director’ Duties