Business law 2011-2012 / J. Scott Slorach, Jason G. Ellis.Material type: TextSeries: Legal practice course guidesPublication details: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010Edition: 18th edDescription: xxxi, 415 p. ; 30 cmISBN: 0199589658; 9780199589654Subject(s): Commercial law -- England | Commercial law -- Wales | | Law July2016DDC classification: 346.42066
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Index : p. 399-415.
1: PARTNERSHIPS -- Characteristics of partnerships -- Partnership management and finance -- Liability of partners to outsiders -- Partnership disputes -- Termination of and retirement from a partnership -- The partnership agreement -- 2: COMPANIES -- Limited companies -- Formation of a limited company -- Directors and Secretary -- Shareholders -- Company finance -- Disposal of shares -- Company meetings and resolutions -- The articles of a private company -- Disclosure obligations of companies and company accounts -- Public companies -- 3: TAXATION -- Income tax: sole traders and partnerships-- Capital gains tax and inheritance tax on business assets -- The corporation tax system -- Taxation of directors' fees and employees' salaries -- Taxation of distributions and debenture interest -- Capital allowances -- Tax consequences of leaving and joining a partnership -- Value Added tax -- 4: INSOLVENCY -- Bankruptcy -- Company insolvency proceedings --Liabilities arising from insolvency -- ADDITIONAL TOPICS -- A debenture document -- Shareholders' agreements -- Sale of a business to a company -- Limited liability partnerships -- Choice of business medium -- Competition law in the EU and the UK -- The right of establishment, the right to provide services, and the free movement of goods -- Business contracts - agency or distributorship agreements
Business Law' contains detailed coverage of partnerships, company law, taxation, EU law, and insolvency, making the book ideally suited to the Legal Practice Course. Statutory references encourage students to refer to primary sources