• Peircing the Veil on Corporate Group
    pierced to impose liability on parent companies for conduct involving a lack of care and diligence or a lack of good faith in the dealings of their subsidiaries; and secondly, that the piercing should be done via statute, in effect codifying the liability of a parent company as a shadow director. It is argued...
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  • Commerce Notes 2012
    * Parliament is our main aw-making institution * It can make new laws and change existing ones * These laws are binding on all courts and judges * All people are expecting to obey these laws Police enforce laws * Police to not make the laws; they only enforce the laws that all people...
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  • Com Law
    eyes of law irrespective of their race, religion and creed. Singapore’s law is founded on four pillars – Constitution, Legislation, Subsidiary legislation and Legal decisions made by judges. These are explained below: • The Constitution enshrines the fundamental rights of the individual. It also comprises...
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  • The Legal System
    system. RULE OF LAW: no-one is above the law, even those that make it. WHY NEEDED - They regulate society, tell us what we can and can’t do and how * Enforce values which society consider important * Protect individuals from harm * When conflict arises it provides a guide to finding a...
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  • Merger Fundamentals
    Merger Fundamentals Firms sometimes use mergers to expand externally by acquiring control of another firm. The objective for a merger should be to improve the firm’s share value, a number of more immediate motivations such as diversification, tax considerations, and increasing owner liquidity...
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  • Present Day Bangladesh Audit Objective
    anxiety of corruption and dishonesty. This required atmosphere can only be provided by proper audit. The auditor in charge of this auditing determines how far the business world can grow. A dishonest and corrupted auditor can be the one responsible for the downfall and even bankruptcy of a business giant...
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  • Hierarchy of Rules - Italian Constitution
    measure of administrative decentralisation in those services which depend on the State. The Republic 5 adapts the principles and methods of its legislation to the requirements of autonomy and decentralisation. Art. 6 The Republic safeguards linguistic minorities by means of appropriate measures. Art...
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  • References of Act 52 of Tpa
    au/ha/default.aspx News - Legal Affairs Lehman judge damns new laws Hannah Low 570 words 28 September 2012 The Australian Financial Review AFNR First 36 English Copyright 2012. Fairfax Media Management Pty Limited. A Federal Court judge has slammed the new legislative regime governing misleading...
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  • Constitutional Law
    power. * Emphasis on the democratic constitutionalism * Government power is defined and limited. * A written constitution is the legislation which establishes the state itself. * Allocates power, defines relationships between such institutions and people. * The constitution provides...
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  • Corp La
    principal in Salomon’s case has been applied in many cases so that’s it’s operations has expanded to include many situations which the House of Lords judges would not have anticipated. This is particularly so in the case of Corporate Groups… Over time, the Law has changed in order to keep up with the...
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  • Sarbanes-Oxley 2002
    Sarbanes (D–Md.) and Representative Michael G. Oxley (R–Oh.), the Act was approved by the House by a vote of 423-3 and by the Senate 99-0. The legislation is wide ranging and establishes new or enhanced standards for all U.S. public company Boards, Management, and public accounting firms. The Act contains...
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  • Doing Business in Canada 2012
    governments. The Constitution Act, 1867 provides the federal and provincial governments with exclusive legislative control over enumerated lists of subjects, and also provides exclusive legislative control to the federal government over residual subjects not clearly assigned to the provincial governments. Each...
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  • Hihi
    administrators.Barbara Dohmann QC, Lawrence Collins QC (solicitor advocate) and Thomas Beazley (instructed by Osborne Clarke, Bristol) for the applicants. JUDGES:  NOURSE, POTTER AND MUMMERY LJJ DATES:  10, 11, MARCH, 7 MAY 1998 Interlocutory appeal Polly Peck International plc (PPI) and its administrators,...
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  • Legal System in Hk
    in Hong Kong" printed in 2008 Preface The first edition of this booklet was published in 1991. Its stated aim was to help the public understand how our legal system works. It stressed the importance of the rule of law to Hong Kong's past success and future promise and emphasised the role that an...
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  • Business Law Summary
    Conversion – the process, in a regulated environment, of changing money   into  resources and products and services into money  Regulation – the rules which control behaviour  Stakeholders – individuals and groups who may affect or be affected by the  actions, decisions, policies, practices or goals of an enterprise ...
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  • Ed300
    produces some specified type of consequence, that is, welfare, happiness, wealth, pleasure or knowledge. Moral appraisal of an action involves judging how well that behavior produces the relevant consequences. (Leung, Coram, Cooper, & Richardson, 2011). * Deontology or non-consequentialism “refers...
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  • Legal Environment
    Cataloguing in Publication Data A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloguing in Publication Data Control Number: 2005928726 ISBN 0 7506 6005 8 For information on all Elsevier Butterworth-Heinemann publications visit our website at www.elsevier.com Typeset...
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  • Business
    well among Japanese workers because their society values group efforts and group rewards more highly. ii) Power distance- This dimension quantifies how well individuals accept the different levels of power that may be evident among them. In some nations, subordinates are expected to obey instructions...
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  • Something
    Management, refer to Human Resource Management perspective, staffing will be more important on the managing by the headquartered company to their subsidiaries in order to gain more competitive advantage for them. As a company want to achieve the mind of globalization, they must choose a suitable staffing...
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  • Analysis of Consumer Protection Laws in Pakistan
    provide consumer grievance redressal forums and policy input with the potential of participation of consumer rights associations. The prevailing legislations regarding Consumer Protection in force in different areas of Pakistan are: 1. Punjab Consumer Protection Act, 2005 (PCPA) 2. Baluchistan Consumer...
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