Corporate law for commerce students 3

Haupt, A , Malange, NJ


The Companies Act 71 of 2008; as amended; has created a new corporate law regime for South Africa that poses exceptional challenges to practitioners; who have to interpret and apply concepts; principles and rules borrowed from other jurisdictions even before they have been tested or pronounced upon by our courts. Corporate law for commerce students is a comprehensive yet basic guide to the structure and fundamentals of the new company dispensation. Corporate law for commerce students provides a brief; clear and especially practical overview of the law of business entities. It covers partnerships; companies; close corporations; business trusts and cooperative societies; each of which carries different rights and obligations; and ultimately liabilities; for the entrepreneur. It discusses all of these within the framework of the new Companies Act; the common law; and recent court judgments and the King IV report. It includes figures; tables and mind maps to clarify each topic; and provides assessments at the end of each chapter.

R 580.50
6.05 mb
Van Schaik Publishers
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