Eec Directives on Company Law and Financial Markets
Daniel David Prentice
Oxford University Press, 1991 - Corporation law - 324 pages
In answering complex questions concerning Company Law and Financial Services Law, practicing and academic lawyers are frequently faced with the need to consult source materials which augment and underpin UK statutes, but which are not necessarily incorporated in them. Thus it is with the EEC Company Law and Financial Services Directives which, though without the force of law, nevertheless play a significant part in the interpretation of statutes now in force in the UK. The Directives are here conveniently grouped together in one volume to facilitate study. This rich and complex source will save the busy practitioner or scholar having to search for multiple volumes of the Official Journal in which these Directives have previously appeared. This text will be particularly helpful for scholars and practitioners in the fields of Company Law, Financial Services Law, and EEC Law.
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Treaty Establishing the European Economic Community as
such safeguards equivalent throughout the Community OJ
making such safeguards equivalent OJ 1977 NO L 261
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