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Detailed annotations accompany the current text of the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) reproduced in Robson's Annotated Corporations Legislation. Commentary from lawyers working with, and analysing the law, considers how provisions and wording have been interpreted by the courts under the current Act and its forerunners, in a range of contexts. This depth and range is essential in practice for Australia’s corporations legislation is particularly complex in its wording and in its interpretation.
The ability to identify a relevant case is a major benefit of an annotated Act, and Robson's Annotated Corporations Legislation offers guidance through the years of judicial interpretation so that a practitioner may quickly come to grips with the issues.
Reflecting how the law works in practice, Robson’s Annotated Corporations Legislation also includes related legislative materials for confidence in a professionally maintained practice collection. In order that subscribers have a full practice guide, and in addition to detailed case referencing, the authored cross-references and discussion also address ASIC’s extensive guidance materials.
The broadly experienced author team works under the guidance of highly regarded corporations law authority, Justice Barrett of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
Robson’s Annotated Corporations Legislation is a major law resource for Australia's corporations practitioners.
Online subscribers benefit from up-to-date legislation, detailed currency statements, amendment histories and notifications of future amendments. In addition, links to FirstPoint and Thomson Reuters’ law reports series, including Federal Court Reports, are active for subscribers to those services.
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- Editorial guidance of Justice Barrett of the NSW Supreme Court, overseeing a team of authors from the bar, private practice, government and academia.
- An annotated version of the Corporations Act 2001, packaged together with related legislation useful in practice. The legislation includes both the core Corporations and ASIC suites, as well as relevant court rules and practice notes, and other regularly requested instruments.
- Annotations which are practice-focused, drawing on case law and practice, and supporting both transactional and litigation contexts.
- Guidance on what individual provisions in the Act ‘mean’, as well as detailed cross-referencing illuminating how the provisions work together.
- Detailed case analysis, practice pointers and guidance clarifying what action should be taken, and when.
- Specifies the year of the cause of action for cases analysed, directing researchers to the legislative iteration and the judicial significance.
- Cross-references and guidance for ASIC materials, with online direct links to the materials (subject to separate subscription to the official ASIC Digest, the most comprehensive source of current and superseded ASIC documentation and information).
- Navigational aids to assist rapid location of material, and clear distinction between legislation and commentary.
- Regularly updated as changes occur.
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