TREATISE ON THE LAW OF CORPORATIONS
Item #: 59732
Published: London; J. Butterworth; 1793. Reprinted in 2006.
Subjects: BUSINESS/ECONOMICS, COMMERCIAL LAW, UNITED KINGDOM
According to Holdsworth, this "remarkably able pioneertreatise" is one of the most distinguished English law bookswritten during the eighteenth century. Well arranged andclearly written, it begins with an Introductory chapter thatdefines different types of corporations. The followingchapters discuss their creation, relation to the public,institutional constitution, visitation and dissolution.Thoroughly grounded in the history of the subject, it citesand discusses every relevant authority from the Year Booksto the author's lifetime. Kyd, a Scottish lawyer, wrotedistinguished treatises on awards and bills of exchange anda continuation of Comyn's Digest. Holdsworth, A History ofEnglish Law XII:400.Reprinted by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.Distributed by William S. Hein & Co., Inc.
Please contact us to request purchasing information.