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Bourne on Company Law: Fourth Edition
An ideal introduction for a student facing the challenges of company law for the first time, this excellent textbook lucidly examines the fundamental areas of company law that are covered in most undergraduate law courses. The fourth edition of Bourne on Company Law has been extensively revised and updated in the light of the Companies Act 2006. It...
An ideal introduction for a student facing the challenges of company law for the first time, this excellent textbook lucidly examines the fundamental areas of company law that are covered in most undergraduate law courses. The fourth edition of Bourne on Company Law has been extensively revised and updated in the light of the Companies Act 2006. It retains all of the most popular features from previous editions, including the understandable style, pedagogical support, and easy to use structure which enables readers to grasp the complexities of this fast moving subject. Bourne on Company Law is: one of the only textbooks on the market to include analysis and impact of the Companies Act 2006 pitched at an appropriate introductory level for undergraduate law students and non-law students taking modules in company law - text is broken down into short, clear sections separated by subheadings for ease of navigation includes advice on further reading to point students towards sources for further study supported by a companion website offering twice annual updates to the law, helping to keep content current between editions. Bourne examines the impact of the changes in the Enterprise Act 2002, the Companies (Audit, Investigations and Community Enterprise) Act 2004, the Directors’ Remuneration Report Regulations 2002, and the Combined Code on Corporate Governance. Providing a comprehensive and precise account of this dynamic area of law, this book will be invaluable to both undergraduate law and non-law students taking courses in company law. http://www.routledgecavendish.com/textbooks/9781845680312
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