Corporate law & corporate governance - a global picture of business undertakings in South Africa
- Tshepo Mongalo
- ISBN: 9781869280048
- eISBN: N/A
- ePub ISBN: N/A
- 321 Pages | Published: 2003
A global discussion of business undertakings in South Africa and what regulates the operation and dissolution of companies with share capital. Aimed at LLB and LLM students, but also useful to commerce (including business management) students who require some knowledge of commercial law.
- Corporate personality and limited liability
- Incorporation and commencement of business
- Company capitalisation
- Pre-incorporation contracts
- Maintenance of capital
- Executive remuneration
- Shareholders and corporate governance
- Insider trading
CHAPTER 5: Capitalisation of Companies and Financial Assistance
CHAPTER 7: Corporate Governance Reforms
CHAPTER 8: Corporate Constitution
CHAPTER 9: Shareholders and Corporate Governance
CHAPTER 10: Protection of Minorities
CHAPTER 11: Insider Trading
CHAPTER 12: Winding-Up
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