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by Martha Bruce

Author: Martha Bruce
Subcategory: Management & Leadership
Language: English
Publisher: Tolley; 2nd edition (December 1997)
Category: Perfomance
Rating: 4.3
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Martha Bruce FCIS is a qualified chartered secretary and director of Bruce Wallace Associates Limited. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

The book clearly explains the rights and powers of directors and their specific duties as prescribed by UK. .

Martha Bruce FCIS is a qualified chartered secretary and director of David Venus & Company, a leading firm of chartered secretaries providing practical company law advice and assistance to both private and public companies.

Author: Martha Bruce. Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional (formerly Tottel Publishing).

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Directors' Handbook Series. Bloomsbury Professional.

Directors' duties are a series of statutory, common law and equitable obligations owed primarily by members of the board of directors to the corporation that employs them. It is a central part of corporate law and corporate governance. Directors' duties are analogous to duties owed by trustees to beneficiaries, and by agents to principals. Among different jurisdictions, a number of similarities between the framework for directors' duties exist.

The main duties of a director as taken from the statutory statement of director’s duties From Bruce, Martha, Director’s Guide 5t.

The main duties of a director as taken from the statutory statement of director’s duties. 1. Act within their powers. A director of a company has a statutory duty to disclose any direct or indirect interest he has in a proposed transaction or arrangement with the company (CA 2006, s177). Furthermore, the director has a duty under CA 2006, s182 to declare any interest held, direct or indirect, in an existing transaction or arrangement.

Rights and Duties of Directors, Touche Ross, Good Condition Book, ISBN 978040667. Rights and Duties of Directors by Bruce, Martha.

This is a practical guidebook on the rights and duties of company directors. In a clear style, which includes a glossary of legal terms for the benefit of non-lawyers, the author has encapsulated both common law and case law relating to company directors. It employs a practical approach by using charts, checklists, step-by-step procedures and precedents. It also includes coverage of the increasing demands of the Cadbury and Greenbury Committee proposals. Directors' duties under legislation such as health and safety and environmental law are dealt with.