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on 8 May 2014
Required reading for law students and the like, and rivetting reading if you're really into this stuff. Not for the layman, perhaps, but then that's not its target audience.
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on 7 April 2016
Good
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on 31 August 2014
THANKYOU
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on 24 September 2014
Reasonable price with good quality!
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on 10 December 2014
Good book as described
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on 30 December 2014
Very helpful
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on 30 January 2015
Met my expectations
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on 5 December 2013
A very useful book for anybody interested in company law, for whatever reason. It covers all the main acts to do with company law, from the Partnership Act of 1890, the Insolvency Act of 1986 and the most recent Companies Act of 2006.

Unless you are already a solicitor or trained professional working in the field, I would include it with Janet Dine's excellent on the same subject, Company Law (Palgrave Macmillan Law Masters).

Some real life cases really perplex me. For example, take a look at the accounts of CEREP UK Investment D GP Ltd for the year ended 30 June 2012. The company has no real assets (apart from around £1,018 in the bank) and the only other entry on the balance sheet is amount due to Freeport of £14.9 million.

Can anyone see the point for this company? And is Robert Hodges, director who signed the accounts, really acting in the best interests of this company? At the time Hodges was also director of Freeport, giving the even more relevant question of how he could be acting in the best interests of both companies!
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