The European Company - All Over Europe: A State-by-state Account of the Introduction of the European Company

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Krzysztof Oplustil, Christoph Teichmann
Walter de Gruyter, 2004 - Business & Economics - 409 pages
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On 8 October 2004, the Council Regulation (EC) No. 2157/2001 on the Statute for the European Company (SE) will enter into force. In order to make the SE a functional instrument for entrepreneurs and investors, as well as to ensure the effective application of European law, it is necessary to pass national implementation measures by then. National legislators have the opportunity as well as the challenge to shape, in some respect, a national model of the SE which would be attractive for investors and would influence their decision as to where the company be located. Thus, the coming into force of the SE-Regulation will also give "the starting shot" for the competition between national legislators with regard to the law of the European Company. The aim of the present book is to provide the first indications in those national regulations specifically concerning the SE. Although no national law has so far been finally adopted, the first legislative steps have already been taken in many Member States and first drafts have been published. These drafts are presented in the book by the national experts. Moreover, the authors from Member States where no official drafts so far exist, express their personal reflections on how the specific regulations of national law would and should look. Given the fact that in October 2004, when the SE-Regulation comes into force, the European Union will be enlarged by 10 new Member States, the reports cover also some of them, i.e. Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic.
  

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Contents

Belgium van der Elst
24
Czech Republic PelikanovalCech
46
Denmark Friis Hansen
72
Transfer of seat
103
Germany Teichmann
109
Greece Perakis
132
Hungary Kozma
139
Conclusion
156
Italy PernazzalAllotti
169
The Netherlands HuizingalMeinema
200
Conclusion
245
Portugal Pinto Duarte
269
Spain MunozParedes
279
Sweden Dejmek
293
United Kingdom Edbury
316
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Dr. Krzysztof Oplustil, Jagiellonen-University of Krakow, Poland. Dr. Christoph Teichmann, Ruprecht-Karls-Universitat Heidelberg, Germany.

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