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Australian Corporate Law, 4th Edition
Harris, J; Hargovan, A; Adams, M
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Format: Softcover , Book
Australian Corporate Law has been developed specifically for students studying corporations law as part of their business or commerce degree. It uses a pedagogical design that business and commerce students are familiar with, while still containing all the relevant content and detail to enable students to gain a solid understanding of corporations law.
• Clear and concise explanations of corporate law principles, cases and legislation
• Pedagogical structure that scaffolds student learning including Flowcharts, case examples, key statements and key cases
• Updated commentary, revised chapter structure and page length
• New coverage of the PPSA
• Additional case studies to highlight current issues
• Online support available to students and lecturers www.lexisnexis.com/Campus/Study-Help.
1. The Context of Australian Corporate Law
2. Australian Securities and Investments Commission: Role and Powers
3. Business Structures
4. Partnerships and Associations
5. Incorporation and its Effects
6. Internal Governance: Constitution and Replaceable Rules
7. Corporate Liability: Tort, Crime and Contract
8. Promoters: Duties and Liabilities
9. Corporate Fundraising
10. Debt Finance
11. Share Capital and Transactions Affecting Share Capital
12. Membership Rights and Meetings
13. Corporate Governance
14. Directors and Officers
15. Directors' and Officers' Duties: Good Faith and Proper Purposes
16. Directors and Officers: Conflicts of Interest
17. Directors and Officers: The Duty of Care and Diligence
18. Directors and Officers: Corporate Governance During Times of Financial Distress
19. Members' Remedies
20. Accounts Auditors and Dividends
21. Financial Services, Managed Investment Schemes and Financial Markets
22. External Administration and Insolvency