The Corporations Act is complex, and understanding what each of the provisions in the Act 'means' - both in isolation and in working with other provisions - can be difficult.
Helping you to interpret and apply the Act, Robson's Annotated Corporation Legislation completes the picture.
Robson fits with how you work
- Full text of the Corporations Act 2001 published with detailed commentary attached to the sections of the Act
- Legislation offers the confidence of Thomson Reuters' "current legislation" features - including alerts for uncommenced or not-yet-consolidated amendments
- Commentary takes a practitioner focus, looking at judicial interpretation of difficult concepts, as well as essential practice and procedure points
- Annotations comprise an updating resource bank for both compliance and litigation work
- Direct links* deliver additional primary sources, including Regulations and Forms, ASIC materials, court judgments and more. There are over 5000 links to ASIC instruments alone!
Convenient access to
essential resource materials
- Robson includes an extensive package of legislation used by practitioners working with the Corporations Act. See the full list here (PDF:25Kb)
- Core materials comprise the Corporations Regulations (including Schedule 2 Forms included in the online edition), ASIC legislation, Fees legislation, Cross-Border Insolvency legislation and the Acts Interpretation Act
- Also includes related instruments like the Takeovers Panel Rules for Proceedings and extracts from the Criminal Code Act 1995 (Cth)
- Court Rules from Supreme Courts and the Federal Court, applicable to proceedings under the Corporations Act 2001, plus related Court Practice Notes, are included for litigation work
- All legislation updated with flags and promptly after amendments occur
- Available in your choice of a 3-volume looseleaf service and/ or online subscription - delivered through Thomson Reuters' Online.
Access practitioner commentary insights
- Authored commentary, directed to specific provisions, helps guide your next steps and includes essential links to additional information sources
- Practitioners from across the working range of the Australian legal community lend their experience - authors come from the Bar, private and government legal practice, in-house counsel, and academic life
- Authors write under the guiding hand of Justice Barrett, among Australia's leading corporations lawyers.
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