Company Law Tracker - Materials

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This source provides background material on the Company Law Reform Bill:

- Company Law Reform Tracker Bulletin (updated frequently)
- Company Law Reform Bill Explanatory Notes
- Marshalled List of Amendments
- Draft clauses and explanatory material (March - October 2005)
- White Paper 'Company Law Reform' (March 2005) Ch 5
- White Paper 'Modernising Company Law' (Cm 5553) July 2002, Ch 6
- The Company Law Review: Modern Company Law for a Competitive Economy: The Final Report
- Modern Company Law for a Competitive Economy: Completing the Structure (November 2000)
- Modern Company Law for a Competitive Economy: Developing the Framework (March 2000)
- Company General Meetings and Shareholder Communication: 10/1999
- Company Formation and Capital Maintenance: 10/1999
- Reforming the Law concerning Overseas Companies: 10/1999
- Registration of Company Charges: 10/2000
- Capital Maintenance: 6/2000
- White Paper: Company Law Reform, Chapter 5
- European Company Law and Corporate Governance
- Company Law Commentary - LexisNexis journals
- Company Law Commentary - LexisNexis Current Awareness
- DTI Draft Restatement Clauses
- Draft Model Articles of Association for Public Companies

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Last updated 10 November 2006

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