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Publication Date: 1996
Publisher: Kluwer Law International
Campbell, Dennis, Buckley, Sheila
The protection afforded to shareholders in general, and to minority shareholders specifically, may differ from country to country. This book examines the methods used in different countries to protect minority shareholders. Every author gives an overview of his or her country's company law. The types of companies which issue shares And The types of shares issued are described. The relevance of concepts such as 'share', 'shareholder', 'majority shareholder' and 'minority shareholder', As well as the nature and relationships of shareholder rights provided by law and those contained in corporate documents, are examined. A shareholder of a company is entitled to specific substantive and procedural rights. The effective means of enforcing them and against whom they may be enforced are discussed in detail. Finally, The work considers issues of jurisdiction, conflict of laws and certain other substantive laws insofar as these rules and laws relate to and impact on the protection and enforcement of the rights of minority shareholders against domestic and foreign companies. This new publication draws on the knowledge and experience of legal practitioners from Australia, Canada, Europe, New Zealand And The United States of America.Campbell, Dennis is the author of 'Protecting Minority Shareholders', published 1996 under ISBN 9789041109224 and ISBN 9041109226.