A Summary of the Law of Companies

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Stevens and Haynes, 1891 - Catalogs, Publishers' - 342 pages
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Page 155 - ... or been guilty of any misfeasance or breach of trust in relation to the company...
Page 123 - ... whenever the event, if any occurs, upon the occurrence of which it is provided by the articles of association that the company is to be dissolved, and the company in general meeting has passed a resolution requiring the company to be wound up voluntarily...
Page 196 - Byelaws under this section shall be published in such manner as the Board of Trade may from time to time direct.
Page 29 - Association, in the event of the same being wound up during the time that he is a Member, or within one year afterwards, for payment of the debts and liabilities of the Association contracted before the time at which he ceases to be a Member, and of the costs, charges, and expenses of winding up the same, and for the adjustment of the rights of the contributories amongst themselves...
Page 37 - If the name of any person is, without sufficient cause, entered in or omitted from the register of members of any company under this Act, or if default is made or unnecessary delay takes place in entering on the register the fact of any person having ceased to be a member of the company...
Page 50 - No sum due to any member of a company, in his character of a member, by way of dividends, profits, or otherwise, shall be deemed to be a debt of the company, payable to such member in a case of competition between himself and any other creditor not being a member of the company ; but any such sum may be taken into account, for the purposes of the final adjustment of the rights of the contributories amongst themselves.
Page 21 - His object has been, as he tells us in his preface, to give the student and general reader a fair outline of the scope and extent of ecclesiastical law, of the principles on which it is founded, of the Courts by which it is enforced, and the procedure by which these Courts are regulated. We think the book well fulfils its object. Its value is much enhanced by a profuse citation of authorities for the propositions contained in it.
Page 168 - A creditor or a contributory may give a general proxy to his manager or clerk, or any other person in his regular employment. In...
Page 45 - The Law of Salvage,' as administered in the High Court of Admiralty and the County Courts ; with the principal authorities, English and American, brought down to the present time, and an Appendix containing statutes, forms, tables of fees.
Page 23 - SMITH'S LEADING CASES." By JOHN INDERMAUR, Solicitor (Clifford's Inn Prizeman, Michaelmas Term, 1872). '• We have received the third edition of the ' Epitome of Leading Common Law Cases,

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