This reference manual was designed to give a working knowledge of corporate law to those without formal legal training. Written in easy-to-read, understandable language, it provides novices with the fundamentals of corporation law, and a guide to solving everyday corporate legal problems. Easy-to-follow chapters cover case law, statute excerpts, various filings necessary for establishing a corporation, and other valuable knowledge for anyone investing in a business venture. The appendices contain sample forms such as: certificate of incorporation, minutes of organization meeting, bylaws, close corporation agreement, and certificate of agreed value and proxy—along with all the necessary information to incorporate a business. For distribution in law offices—to paralegals, legal secretaries, and staff—for reinforcement, and as a guide to corporate matters and forms.
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To incorporate or not to incorporate?
How does one answer that question?
With this new title!
The aspiring legal professional will learn:
Everyone needs reference material for corporation law. This book was designed for novices, those without formal legal training, to acquaint them with the fundamentals of corporation law. The chapters flow in a normal order; they are easy to follow and understandable. Forms are provided in the appendix. Enough information and forms are included to well start one on the formation of a corporation. Most problems can be prevented or solved by a reading. Key terms, review questions, and essay questions appear at the end of each chapter as a reinforcement of the reading.
The support and encouragement of my loving wife, Joan, and our children, Karen Sue and Kevin, and Rolex (my daughter's Persian cat) was most welcome.
My thanks to the American Bar Association, Section of Business Law, Committee on Corporate Laws, for allowing me to reprint parts of the Revised Model Business Corporation Act.
I am especially grateful to Prentice Hall for providing me this opportunity. My editor, Elizabeth Sugg, and Dana Leigh Meltzer, provided the support that made this effort a reality. My thanks to the entire Prentice Hall family for their support and aid.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 238 pages. 10.00x8.00x0.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # zk0130840173
Book Description Prentice Hall, 2001. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: 1. Your Client Wants to Go into Business. 2. What Is a Corporation? 3. Deciding Whether and How to Incorporate. 4. Corporation Structure. 5. Do You Want a Close Corporation? 6. Duties of Officers and Directors. 7. Raising Capital. 8. Shareholder Rights. 9. Capital and Distribution. 10. Shareholder Suits. 11. Mergers, Acquisitions, and Dissolutions. 12. What Are Insider and Tender Offers? 13. Public Distribution of Securities. Appendix A: Form of Certificate of Incorporation for the State of Delaware. Appendix B: Form of Minutes of Organization Meeting. Appendix C: Form of Bylaws. Appendix D: Form for a Close Corporation Agreement. Appendix E: Form for Certificate of Agreed Value. Appendix F: Form for a Proxy. Glossary. Index. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0130840173
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