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Corporations Legislation 2024

Understanding Company Law 22nd Edition

Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Available: 1st March 2024
Country of Publication: AU

Pack: Corporations Legislation 2024/Understanding Company Law

Corporations Legislation 2024:

Thomson Reuters’ Corporations Legislation 2024 has an outstanding reputation for accuracy, dependability and reliability. This fully consolidated legislation book includes the Corporations Act 2001Corporations Regulations 2001 (except Sch 2 Forms) and Insolvency Practice Rules (Corporations) 2016 and captures the latest amendments up until 1 January 2024. The book is designed for use by legal practitioners, legal professionals and students.

Understanding Company Law 22nd Edition:

Understanding Company Law has for many years been a leading text for both law and business students undertaking the study of company law. In this 22nd Edition, Phillip Lipton and Abe Herzberg have been joined by Catherine Robinson and Benjamin Saunders as co-authors. This edition has been updated to include the following recent legislative changes:

  • Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle Framework and other Measures Act (2022) introduced a Corporate Collective Investment Vehicle (CCIV) as a new type of company limited by shares that is used for fund management. A key objective of the legislation is to increase the competitiveness of Australia’s managed funds industry internationally to attract offshore investment. The features of a CCIV are discussed in Chapter 27.
  • Corporations Amendment (Meetings and Documents) Act 2022 makes permanent changes to the Corporations Act to permit virtual and hybrid meetings. The legislation also inserted Pt 1.2A into the Corporations Act to permit company documents to be executed electronically. The changes relating to execution of documents are discussed in Chapter 5 and the changes relating to meetings are discussed in Chapter 21.
  • The Treasury Laws Amendment (Modernising Business Communications and Other Measures) Act 2023 now enables all documents under the Corporations Act to be signed electronically and certain additional categories of documents can be sent electronically or in hard copy.

AUTHORS

The 22nd Edition of Understanding Company Law sees two new academics joining longstanding and highly respected authors Phillip Lipton and Abe Herzberg:

Benjamin Saunders is an Associate Professor at Deakin Law School and his principal areas of research interest are constitutional law, especially executive power and responsible government, law and religion, and public sector governance. In August 2023, Ben won an Australian Legal Research Award for his paper titled "Ministers, Statutory Authorities and Government Corporations: The Agency Problem in Public Sector Governance".

Catherine Robinson is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Technology Sydney and is currently completing her PhD at the University of Adelaide on the topic of insolvency practitioner regulation under the Insolvency Law Reform Act 2016 (Cth). 

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