Corporations Law Guidebook by David WishartCorporations Law Guidebook by David Wishart

Corporations Law Guidebook

byDavid Wishart

Paperback | May 15, 2016

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The Corporations Law Guidebook is an ideal supplement for those teaching or trying to understand the intricacies of corporations law. It guides students through the essential points using a variety of examples, key cases, and learning exercises. The book supports students by helping them linkthe key concepts from their lecturers, textbooks and tutorials to get the most out of their study. This guidebook will help students navigate through the fundamental points of corporations law using: * Clear and concise explanations of what you need to know * Guidance on how to write essays and answer problems * Cases, statutes and sections to remember * Active learning exercises and think about it questions * Assessment preparation sections * Up-to-date cases and legislation

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David Wishart is Senior Lecturer at La Trobe Law School, La Trobe University.
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Title:Corporations Law GuidebookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8.27 × 5.83 × 0.03 inPublished:May 15, 2016Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195594010

ISBN - 13:9780195594010

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Table of Contents

How to learn from this bookHow to write essaysHow to answer problemsPart One: Corporations law in context1. The Law2. How did it come to be?3. Constitutionality4. AdministrationPart Two: External matters5. The entity6. Capacities and powers7. As debtor8. Companies in trouble9. Liquidation10. Paying in order11. Protecting stakeholders and society generallyPart Three: Internal matters12. The decision-making structure13. Information14. Control of decisionsPart Four: The securities market15. Regulation of the industry