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Contemporary Australian Corporate Law is a highly-regarded introduction to corporate law in Australia that provides an authoritative, contextual and critical analysis of the law governing Australian corporations and financial markets. It explores the rules, principles, doctrines and policies that constitute corporate law in Australia within their legal, social, economic and political contexts. Clearly and precisely written, this edition has been thoroughly updated and refined to reflect current Australian corporate law, including recent case law, changes to the Corporations Act 2001 and the impact on the corporate sector of the Financial Services Royal Commission. Written by leading legal scholars, Contemporary Australian Corporate Law will assist students to develop a critically informed understanding of corporate law and the role of corporations in contemporary society.
Title: Contemporary Australian Corporate Law
Author:Stephen Bottomley; Kath Hall; Peta Spender; Beth Nosworthy
Imprint:Cambridge University Press