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Corporations Legislation 2017

by: Edmund Finnane, Robert Baxt

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Publisher: Thomson Reuters,30.01.17

Category: Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 045550010X
ISBN13: 9780455500102

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ADELAIDE UNIVERSITY Corporate Law - Law School LAW2505

Corporations Legislation 2017 has an outstanding reputation for accuracy, dependability and reliability. This fully consolidated legislation book includes the Corporations Act 2001, Australian Securities and Investments Commission Act 2001 and associated Acts and legislation, capturing the latest amendments up to 1 January 2017.

Designed for use by practitioners, business professionals and anyone with an interest in corporations law, the Corporations Act 2001 is supplemented with key section annotations updated by Sydney barrister Edmund Finnane. These section specific commentary notes provide additional guidance for the most important provisions. In addition, in the "Year in Review" feature, Professor Robert Baxt highlights significant corporations law developments since January 2016.

Cross-references are included to indicate where particular sections of the Corporations Act have been affected by the Corporations Regulations, and to note related ASIC materials.