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Gower and Davies: Principles of Modern Company Law, 9th edition
 
 

Gower and Davies: Principles of Modern Company Law, 9th edition [Kindle Edition]

Paul Davies , Sarah Worthington
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Gower and Davies’ Principles of Modern Company Law is the leading text available on company law, providing clarity while covering all key areas by way of a detailed, in-depth analysis. Students, as well as those involved in company law on a day-to-day basis, can turn to Gower and Davies secure in the knowledge that it will be an interesting, thought-provoking and above all understandable exposition of both law and practice.

Key Benefits:

- Gives students the comprehensive guidance they need in order to understand this complex area of law, and provides company law professionals with a reliable reference guide.
- Covers all key areas of company law by way of a detailed, in-depth analysis in one comprehensive and lucid book.
- Provides an up-to-date source which readers can rely on, incorporating the fundamental changes brought about by the Companies Act 2006.
- Discusses key case law such as Bhullar v Bhullar on corporate opportunity, Item Software v Fassihi on conflict of duty, Re Spectrum Plus on charges over book debts, Clark v Cutland on unfair prejudice, and Chaston v SWP Group on financial assistance.
- Shows how the law has recently been interpreted.

New to this Edition:

- Complete coverage of the secondary legislation implementing the Companies Act 2006.
- More extensive coverage of liquidation and the raising of debt finance.
- Analysis of a difficult recent cases, including Progress Property v Moorgarth Group Ltd (disguised distributions), Stone & Rolls Ltd v Moore Stephens (auditor liability), Holland v Commissioners for HM Revenue (de facto directors) and Sinclair Investments (UK) Ltd v Versailles Trade Finance (proprietary remedies).

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3270 KB
  • Print Length: 1180 pages
  • Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell (28 Aug 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009IRPATC
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #212,815 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
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This book could be fantastic. It is full of detail and is set out in a logical and accessible manner.

HOWEVER, if you do use it, use it with a copy of the relevant legislation at hand because it is full of mistakes in relation to section numbers. If you don't have a statute book to hand, don't use this textbook.

Furthermore, considering the number of frankly unacceptable mistakes in a textbook which has been reprinted 3 times since the Companies Act 2006, I wonder how many mistakes there are in relation to the case-law. Common law is harder to check and so I've had to take what the book says in relation to the common law as being true.

So, while this does what it does right fantastically (as would be expected from a Sweet and Maxwell publication), it does also require a lot of attention and personal work in making sure what you read is definitely right. So use with care.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant! 17 Mar 2014
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Exceptional quality!! As with the entire Sweet and Maxwell collection - these books are unbeatable for undergraduate study. Would definitely put forward with approval.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Highly satisfactory! 2 Dec 2013
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i bought some other company law textbook before purchasing Gower and Davies and i can say that the difference is quite clear. there is more in-depth analysis of cases and sections and better arrangement of topics. the paper and finishing quality is improved and better than most. i am so glad i invested in this. i might add though that i found some cases decided before its publication which did not feature in the book. i guess the book must have been with the printers at the time.
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very comprehensive, with very good analysis - covers some areas much better than practitioners' texts such as Palmers or Gore Brown
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