Drafting Articles of Association
Whether advising a private company, a public company, a wholly-owned subsidiary or a joint venture company, practitioners will avoid the potential pitfalls involved in drafting a set of articles of association with the help of this practical book.
Taking into consideration the requirements of the model Table A articles contained in the Companies Act, this book provides an indispensable selection of expertly drafted precedents to help save time and effort, and avoid costly mistakes. It also offers detailed commentary to help practitioners draft a set of articles suitable for a range of different circumstances, making this text an invaluable source of reference both for interpreting and drafting articles of association.
* Provides a set of expertly drafted precedents which practitioners can use to save time and effort
* Practical detailed commentary that steers practitioners clear of the costly potential pitfalls involved in drafting articles and helps in interpreting an existing set of articles
* Provides a detailed analysis of the regulations of Table A enabling practitioners to determine when the standard Table A articles are appropriate and when they need modification
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An invaluable aid to all those who need a quick guide to the meaning and significance of the regulations contained in Table A and, more particularly, who need to adapt them to the particular circumstances required by their clients. New Law Journal