An Introduction to Company Law for Beginners provides beginners to Company Law with an introduction to corporate law and to the legal and non-legal governance mechanisms which encourage directors to act in their company’s interests rather than their own.
An Introduction to Company Law for Beginners sets corporate law and governance within its economic and business context, with particular regard to how corporate law and governance mechanisms facilitate or inhibit economic activity.
An Introduction to Company Law for Beginners sets out:
- The Fundamentals of Corporate Law
- Separate legal personality
- Limited liability
- The regulation of share issues and share capital.
- Regulation of the appointment and removal of directors
- Directors’ duties
- The composition of the board
- Company meeting
- Enforcement of shareholders’ rights
- Auditors rights and duties
- Liquidators rights and duties
- Company conclusion
It also covers Employment law, Consumer law and the law of Agency, ensuring that your entire legal obligation to the CRO, your employees and your customers is covered in broad details.
An Introduction to Company Law for Beginners objective is to assist readers to understand the different ways in which law can respond to the problems, duties and responsibilities faced by, company owners, directors and shareholders
There is a self-test at the end of most chapters with over 120 Questions MCQs, and answers at the end of the book.