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companies act, 1948 - success or failure?.

Stanley James Sidney Eley

companies act, 1948 - success or failure?.

by Stanley James Sidney Eley

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Published by Chartered Institute of Secretaries in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

At head of title: Annual conference, Bournemouth, September, 1953.

ContributionsChartered Institute of Secretaries. Annual Conference
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21470462M

Winding-up of solvent companies and deregistering companies Winding-up of solvent companies Voluntary winding-up of solvent company Winding-up of solvent companies by court order Dissolution of companies and removal from register Effect of removal of company from register 6 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45File Size: KB.   The evaluation was carried out by ORC International on behalf of the Department for Business Innovation & Skills (BIS) by conducting interviews with 1, UK businesses and in-depth interviews Author: Marlies Braun.

Companies Act and to make the companies operate efficiently and effectively. To facilitate easy reference and easy access to the Act and the Rules thereon, whenever and wherever required for the convenience of the members, the Institute through its Corporate Laws & Corporate Governance Committee has brought out the E- Book on Companies Act   Government’s Greatest Achievements Achievement is the kind of word that provokes an assortment of potential definitions. Some might argue that success alone defines achievement, even if that.

(Featured Image Credit: Max Ernst: The Entire City, ) The echo that is the horizon line behind the trees, buildings, heart beating in the vaporized chill of summer heat, an echo that breathes a surmise full of longing and possibility and intentionality, the condemned relic of an attempt at expression, impressions that comingle to try and form something that resembles a whole. Duties of Directors 5 difficult decisions or expose the company to risk. Since calculated risk taking and risk exposure form an integral part of any business, the Act includes a number of provisions to ensure that directors are allowed to act reasonably without constant fear of personal exposure to liability claims.


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The Companies Act (11 & 12 Geo.6 c) was an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, which regulated UK company descendant is the Companies Act Cases decided under this Act.

Bushell v Faith [] AC ; Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society Ltd v Meyer; Stonegate Securities Ltd v Gregory [] Ch ; See also. Companies ActCitation: 11 & 12 Geo.6 c Application of Act to unlimited companies re-registered under former Companies Acts. Provisions as to companies registered under the Joint Stock Companies Acts.

Exclusion of companies registered in Northern Ireland or Eire. Part VIII Companies not formed under this Act authorised to register under this Act. Companies capable of. Companies Act You are here: UK Public General Acts; c.

38 body corporate whose affairs are investigated by virtue of the last foregoing section to produce to the inspectors all books and documents of or financially interested in the success or failure or the apparent success or failure of the company or any other body. "the Act" means the Companies Act including any statutory modification or re-enactment thereof for the time being in force.

"an authorised representative" means an authorised representative of a joint member or a corporate member appointed pursuant to article "the articles" means the articles of the Size: KB. Part XIII General Form of Registers, &c Form of registers, &c (1) Any register, index, minute book or book of account required by this Act to be kept by a company may be kept either by making entries in bound books or by recording the matters in question in any other manner.

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