Legislation for Business Law offers a collection of the key statutory materials required for students studying business law. Arranged in six parts, the primary and secondary legislation is easy to navigate and features no additional author commentary, making the text ideal for use in exams. Statutes are featured by topic, ranging from company law, company and business names, partnership law, insolvency, financial services, and sale of goods. Each statute is included in full, encouraging students to navigate their own way to the information they need, as they will need to do once in practice. Online Resource Centre An Online Resource Centre gives free access to updates from the author to amendments to the legislation featured in the book, in addition to links to other websites useful to students studying business law.The extent of the directora#39;s responsibility for any failure by the directors of the company to comply with section 98 of the ... Sections 2 and 4(1)(b) do not apply in relation to anything done before 15th June 1982 by a person in his capacity as anbsp;...
|Title||:||Legislation for Business Law 2009-2010|
|Author||:||Rachel E. Cooper|
|Publisher||:||Blackstone Press - 2009-08-13|