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Corporations Law, 4th Edition
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Corporations Law, 4th Edition

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Published 18 Dec 2013 (LexisNexis)
ISBN: 9780409336030.
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Anderson, C; Dickfos, J; Nehme, M; Hyland, M; Dahdal, A

Corporations Law is an accessible text that covers the full range of topics taught in an undergraduate corporations law course. It adopts a structure which helps students develop a greater understanding of the core subject.

Using a straightforward style, the authors identify the key areas to study and help demystify even the most complex legal concepts. With a particular emphasis on problem solving, Corporations Law allows students to develop their critical thinking skills and practise answering legal problem questions.

Features
• Suitable for undergraduate core units running in 1st and 2nd semester
• Strong pedagogy provides a more accessible learning framework
• Suitable as a practical up-to-date principle book
• Includes extensive new online support materials for both students and lecturers

Table of Contents

Part I - Fundamentals of Australian Corporate Law
1. The commercial and legal context of companies
2. Incorporation, registration and the company constitution
3. The effects of incorporation
4. Limits of the separate legal entity doctrine

Part II - Internal and External Relations
5. Membership
6. Company contracts and dispositions
7. Internal financial relations
8. Meetings
9. Accounts and disclosure of financial information
10. Directors Duties I: Duties of Directors
11. Duties II: Secretaries and Other Officers

Part III - Corporate Finance Law and Practice
12. Share capital
13. Dividends
14. Fundraising I: Prospectuses
15. Fundraising II: Protection of investors
16. Fundraising III: Managed investment schemes
17. Debt finance and debt securities

Part IV - Remedies in Corporate Law
18. Remedies I: Abuse of power and members' personal actions
19. Remedies II: The derivative action and other remedies

Anderson, C

Dr Colin Anderson is an Associate Colin Anderson is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, Queensland University of Technology.

Dickfos, J

Jenny Dickfos is a Lecturer at the Business School, Griffith University.

Nehme, M

Marina Nehme is a Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Western Sydney.

Hyland, M

Margaret Hyland is a Lecturer at the School of Law, University of Western Sydney.

Dahdal, A

Andrew Dahdal is a Lecturer at Department of Accounting and Corporate Governance, Macquarie University.

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