CompaniesENG

This comprehensive legal publication provides a guide to company law, allowing lawyers to advise and service their clients with confidence.

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Overview

The commentary has been prepared by experienced legal practitioners with significant knowledge of company law, covering topics such as voting rights of shareholders, the appointment of directors, and sale of company assets. There is specific guidance on drag along or tag along clauses and shareholder funding arrangements. A further library of templates, including model articles of association and shareholder agreements, ensures there is everything a practitioner might need when acting for a client under the Companies Act in England and Wales.

Precedents provided with this publication include:

  • Library of memorandum and articles of association;
  • Template letters for clients and shareholders;
  • Options agreements for the purchase of shares;
  • Shareholder agreements - concise and extensive forms;
  • Director’s service agreement;
  • Company minutes and resolutions.

The comprehensive Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms


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    Full Commentary - Companies
    “If the company will not commence trading or is dormant, HM Customs & Revenue must be notified. Dormant companies do not have to pay corporation tax or file company returns, provided they have been dormant from the date of incorporation or for the entire duration of their most recent accounting ...”

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    Overview including business structures
    “The most important feature of a company as a business structure is that it is recognised in law as a separate legal entity. It has its own rights and obligations entirely separate to those of its shareholders, directors, managers, employees, and agents. Companies exist in their own right as long as ...”

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