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The puzzling silence of the Companies Act 2008 on whether a resident plaintiff company can be required to provide security for the defendant's legal costs.
The Companies Act 2008: a director includes both a de facto director and a shadow director.
The structure of the new Companies Act 2008 as regards the personal liability of directors.
The High Court for the first time declares a director to be delinquent.
The High Court for the first time declares a director to be delinquent.
Unfounded optimism is not a basis for commencing business rescue proceedings
A director may escape accountability for reckless or fraudulent conduct where the company enters into a compromise with its creditors
The impact of business rescue proceedings on a surety for the company's debts
The courts takes a strict view of directors' fiduciary duties to the company
Business rescue under the new Companies Act is an improvement over judicial management
Contracts for the disposal of the company's business and major assets
Not every financially distressed company is a suitable candidate for business rescue proceedings
In certain circumstances, the new Companies Act of 2008 empowers a court to declare a company not to exist as a legal entity
Companies Act of 2008: the role of the company secretary
The new Companies Act of 2008: the prohibition on trading whilst insolvent has been deleted and replaced by a new provision.
The new Companies Act of 2008 clearly and concisely defines the business judgement rule in relation to directors.
The new Companies Act of 2008 streamlines the administration of companies by dispensing with formalities where these would serve no purpose.
The Companies Act of 2008 has not completely abolished "constructive notice"
The formation of a new company under the Companies Act of 2008.
The Supreme Court of Appeal clarifies the in duplum rule.
The right to inspect or obtain a copy of a company's share register.
The trustees of a trust must conduct its affairs in accordance with the trust law.
When faced with a feud between shareholders, the court will seek to impose a pragmatic solution in terms of the "oppression" section of the Companies Act.
The statutory duty of directors in regard to the solvency and liquidity of the company
The Companies Act of 2008 permits a company, subject to certain safeguards, The new Companies Act of 2008 Pre-incorporation contracts
The categories of companies under the Companies Act of 2008
The new Companies Act 2008 Categories of companies.
The new Companies Act of 2008 requires certain companies to have "independent directors" in key roles.
The new Companies Act of 2008 and its impact on the business community in South Africa
Some companies are quasi-partnerships

 
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