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The Order (SI 2000/3373) came into force on 22nd December
2000. It modifies various provisions of the Companies Act 1985
(and related legislation, such...
The Company Law Review, launched by the DTI in March 1998 under the
banner Modern Company Law for a Competitive Economy, is
moving towards its scheduled...
Modern Company Law for a Competitive Economy, A
consultation document from the Company Law Review Steering Group.
A consultation paper...
Draft Statutory Instrument 2000:
The Companies Act 1985 (Electronic
Communications) Order 2000
Under The Companies Act 1985, companies are...
This article was written by Nick Callister
Radcliffe at the beginning of January 2000. See end of article for
update on progress as at 7/11/00.
Following the transfer of responsibility for
listing from the London Stock Exchange to the Financial Services
Authority, the Listing Rules...
Apart from a few exempted categories, a contract entered into,
renewed or restated after midnight on 10th May, 2000 is capable of
granting directly enforceable...
The Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999
can now apply whether you know it or not
Apart from a few exempted categories, a contract
On Wednesday 3rd May, 2000 the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the
Deutsche Börse officially announced their plans to merge and form
At least Mr Brown seems to have avoided a Lawson
style inflationary tax give away! Unfortunately that may be the
best that can be said about a fairly...
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