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Corporate Law

BLAW20001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Board Of Directors, Oppression Remedy, Legal Personality

CORPORATE LAW SEM 1 2018 Contents: (Replaceable rules and public v proprietary separate) i. Agents ii. Assumptions iii. Business judg...

Business Law
BLAW20001
Helen Anderson
BLAW20001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unlimited Company, Public Company, Legal Personality

Natural Persons v Pty Ltd v Pty v Limited by guarantee Unincorporated entities have no legal personality separate from their participants e.g. sole traders, clubs, partnerships. Incorporated entities (corporations, compani...

Business Law
BLAW20001
Helen Anderson
BLAW20001 Final: Final Exam Corporate Law Framework

DIRECTORS DUTIES Preliminary Considerations 1) Is X a director? To be burdened with Directors Duties under 180183 or [588G], X must be a shadow director under S9. A Director includes those that are (1) Validly appointed, (...

Business Law
BLAW20001
Helen Anderson
BLAW20001 Midterm: Corporate Law Mid-Term Exam Framework

Part 1: Incorporation A. Incorporation process (i) Basic s 114 a company needs at least one member, dont need a constitution. s 201A Proprietary companies must have at least 1 director who ordinarily resides in Australia; ...

Business Law
BLAW20001
Helen Anderson
Business Law
BLAW20001
Helen Anderson
BLAW20001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Board Of Directors, Liquidated Damages, 18 Months

Chapter 2 Exam Answer The separate legal entity doctrine establishes that the companys loss is not the shareholders loss (even though it can reduce their share value) A company at law is a different person than the shareho...

Business Law
BLAW20001
Helen Anderson
BLAW20001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lexus Gs, Unfair Prejudice In United Kingdom Company Law, Financial Statement

Corporate Law Notes MEMBERS POWERS Action Section Resolution Remove directors 203D: Ltd Ordinary RR 203C: Pty Appoint directors RR 201G Ordinary Amendments to constitution 136(2) Special Variation of class rights 246B(2) S...

Business Law
BLAW20001
Helen Anderson
Corporate Law BLAW20001

Provisions that apply as replaceable rules Officers and Employees1Voting and completion of transactionsdirectors of 194proprietary companies2Powers of directors198A3Negotiable instruments198B4Managing director198C5Company ...

Business Law
BLAW20001
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Corporate Law Notes – Transacting by Companies

TRANSACTING BY COMPANIES CH23STEP 1:124: companies, both public and proprietary, have the power to contractSTEP 2: ACTUAL AUTHORITY?Does the person have actual authority?If yes, the contract is enforceable.1.express actual...

Business Law
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Corporate Law Course Summary

Company BasicsLegal Nature of Companies1.Separate entity doctrineCase: Salomon v Salomon & Co Ltd The law treats the company as a separate legal entity from its shareholders and those who manage its business operationsPart...

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Corporate Law Notes – Related Party Transactions

RELATED PARTY TRANSACTIONS: 7­500; 14­380 Summary: CH 2E prohibits a public company (or a controlled entity) from giving a financial benefit to a related  party unless: ­ the giving of the financial benefit is appr...

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BLAW20001 Corporate Law

bchnContentsIssueRule of lawApplication to the factsConclusionStatutory Law vs Case LawStatutory law refers to the law set out by legislation, i.e. The Corporations Act 2001.Case law refers to the law set out by decisions ...

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BLAW 20001 Corporate Law

Corporation Law Study NotesChapter 1: About CompaniesWhat is a company: (pg 4)-Artificial person created by the law-Hold assets (property), carry on a business or other activity-Separate entity from the participants in tha...

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BLAW20001 Study Guide - Unsecured Creditor

HAS A DIRECTOR BREACHED THEIR DUTY TO PREVENT INSOLVENT  TRADING? (DUTY OF CARE) Step 1: Is the person a director at the time the debt was incurred? 588G(1)(a): directors have a...

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Business Law
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