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Palmer's Company Law [Looseleaf & CD-ROM] | Add to Basket
General Editor : Professor Geoffrey Morse
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date: 17/06/1976
ISBN: 9780420446602
Jurisdiction: United Kingdom

Palmer's Company Law is the complete company law service from Sweet & Maxwell. For over 100 years Palmer has provided essential commentary on company law. There are now eight volumes containing revised and up-to-date narrative and source materials.
* The essential reference work - from formation, share capital and dividends to takeovers, receivership and winding up.
* Subscribers receive the fortnightly Sweet & Maxwell's Company Law Newsletter providing topical articles by expert contributors
* Includes a separate Tables and Index volume which allows readers to quickly locate exactly what they're looking for
* Commentary is provided by an expert team of authors
Companies Act 2006
To ensure that Palmer's Company Law continues to meet all your information needs in terms of familiarising yourself with the new Act, undertaking ongoing research into company law and consulting the expert interpretation which the author team provides we plan to cover the new legislation as follows:
* You will receive an authoritative introduction to the new Companies Act 2006, signalling the main changes which it will bring about
* The full text of the Companies Act 2006, with detailed annotation prepared by the Palmer?s author team enabling you to acquaint yourself with the measures the Act introduces and their implications
* An in depth table of destinations between the Companies Acts 1985 and 2006 to help you see where the changes take place
* New SIs and all related regulations throughout 2007 and 2008, so that all the detail is readily available and explained
We will also be delivering to you completely re-written chapters to reflect the new Companies Act 2006 as it is implemented, giving you continued interpretation and analysis of company law and practice.
Subject Groups
Company Law
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