Understanding corporate law

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LexisNexis Matthew Bender, 1999 - Law - 449 pages
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This book is designed to assist students with clear & comprehensive treatment of key concepts in corporate law. Significant business, economic, & policy issues are highlighted in connection with a thorough analysis of the important cases & statutory provisions used in the study of corporations. It includes the major theoretical approaches used in current corporate law literature. In each chapter, the authors identify important policies & discuss the relationship of the law as it has developed to those policies. Statutory issues are covered under both the General Corporation Law of the State of Delaware & the Revised Model Business Corporation Act. This book is designed to be used with all of the major corporate law casebooks. Published in 1998.

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Contents

PROMOTERS LIABILITY AND DEFECTIVE
21
PIERCING THE CORPORATE VEIL
35
FINANCING THE CORPORATION
67
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