|About the Book|
Irish Company Law: Practice, Procedure and Precedents covers company law litigation and focusses on procedure as well containing commentary on the law. Each chapter looks at specific company law applications. The book includes new case law in the area of liquidation and examinership, the new rules of the superior court concerning liquidation and examinership and substantial changes to the law from the 2011 Companies Bill. Includes coverage of: Incorporation of company- Restoration of company to the register- Restoration of company to the register: Annulling a winding up order- Registration of charges- Late registration of charges- Unliquidated Insolvent Companies- Cross-examination of officers of the company- Section 205: Remedies for oppression of minority shareholders- Derivative Actions and the rule in Foss v. Harbottle- The Insolvency Regulation- Voluntary winding up- Compulsory Winding up of insolvent company- Winding up by the Court- Powers and duties of liquidator- Committee of inspection- Restriction of company directors- Avoiding restriction- Disqualification of company director- Reckless and fraudulent trading- Avoidance of certain transactions on a winding up. Application for final orders Examinership- Powers and duties of examiner- Receivership.