Forming a Limited Company: A Practical Guide to Legal Requirements and Procedures

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Kogan Page Publishers, 2006 - Business planning - 233 pages
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Setting up a limited company may be the ideal vehicle for business expansion, but the prospect can be daunting. This fully revised guide, thoroughly updated to take into account the latest legislation, lays out all the procedures required for setting up and administering a limited company.

The essential guide for sole traders, partnerships or co-operatives contemplating incorporation, it explains the advantages of incorporation and expert advice and guidance is given on every topic, including procedures required for setting up; company name; administering the company; financial matters; duties and responsibilities of directors; and changes after incorporation.

 

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Contents

Forming a private limited company
11
The Memorandum of Association 20 The Articles
36
debentures 48 Registration of charges 49 The Consumer
50
Directors
63
Running the company
83
Changes after incorporation
115
Insolvency
139
The readymade company
151
Documents which must be lodged with the
163
Books registers and documents which must
201
Useful addresses
217
Index
229
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Patricia Clayton has practised as a barrister and has an MA in business law. Currently a solicitor in London, she writes and lectures on business law. She is the author of Forming A Limited Company and Law for the Small Business, published by Kogan Page.

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