Law of Associations (eBook)

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Law of Associations is a comprehensive commentary on the law governing associations both incorporated and unicorporated

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ISBN/ISSN: 9780409347432

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Law of Associations serves as an accessible guide for legal practitioners, regulators and associations. Law of Associations is a comprehensive commentary on the law in Australia governing associations. It covers both incorporated and unincorporated associations in the context of their creation, rules, management and termination. Including references to recent case law and developments in legislation spanning each State and Territory, as well as counterpoints from other common law jurisdictions.

 

Features

• High profile author
• Authoritative Australian and multi-jurisdictional work
• Comprehensive and accessible discussion of association law

 

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Table of contents

PART I – ASSOCIATION UNINCORPORATED




Chapter 1 – Association Conceived

Chapter 2 – Association Property

Chapter 3 – Association Liability




PART II – ASSOCIATION INCORPORATED




Chapter 4 – Association Contextualised

Chapter 5 – Association Created




PART III – ASSOCIATION OPERATED




Chapter 6 – Association Rules

Chapter 7 – Association Justiciable

Chapter 8 – Association Managed

Chapter 9 – Associated Accountable




PART IV – ASSOCIATION TRANSMUTED




Chapter 10 – Association Converted

Chapter 11 – Association Ended