1st Edition


ISBN: 978-1-901614-40-4

Publication date: 01/01/2011

Price: £195.00

About this Work

This book is the first comprehensive book to be published on Jersey company law. It is written by an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey and a Partner of Bedell Cristin, a leading Jersey law firm. The book examines in detail the Jersey company law legislation and comments on the leading Jersey law cases relating to company law matters. The book will be of interest to lawyers who deal with Jersey companies, directors of Jersey companies, shareholders of Jersey companies, trust companies who administer Jersey companies and students of Jersey company law. The book contains over 700 pages.


About the Author

Mark Dunlop is an Advocate of the Royal Court of Jersey and is a partner of Bedell Cristin.

Mark specialises in banking and corporate finance transactions and has acted for many leading banks, financial institutions and companies on a range of innovative transactions.

Before joining Bedell Cristin, Mark was a partner in the banking and projects group of Addleshaw Goddard in London.

Mark is recognised as a leading practitioner by Chambers 2010, which acknowledges that Mark "is noted for his well-regarded banking practice and his skilled work in insolvency and derivatives

Chapter 1 - Constitutional History And Court System
Chapter 2 - Types Of Jersey Company
Chapter 3 - Taxation Of Jersey Companies
Chapter 4 - Incorporation Of Jersey Companies
Chapter 5 - Public Companies And Private Companies
Chapter 6 - Capacity And Authority
Chapter 7 - Shares
Chapter 8 - Prospectuses
Chapter 9 - Share Capital
Chapter 10 - Maintenance Of Capital
Chapter 11 - Share Classification
Chapter 12 - Piercing The Corporate Veil
Chapter 13 - Migration Of A Foreign Incorporated Body To Jersey
Chapter 14 - Migration Of A Jersey Company Overseas
Chapter 15 - Mergers Of Jersey Companies Chapter 16 - Schemes Of Compromise Or Arrangement
Chapter 17 - Takeovers Of Jersey Companies
Chapter 18 - Administration, Directors And Secretary
Chapter 19 - The Functions And Operation Of The Board Of Directors
Chapter 20 - Duties Of Directors
Chapter 21 - Remedies for Breach of Duty by Directors
Chapter 22 - Disqualification Of Directors
Chapter 23 - Unfair Prejudice
Chapter 24 - Just and Equitable Winding Up
Chapter 25 - Investigations
Chapter 26 - Shareholders' Meetings
Chapter 27 - Restrictions On Shareholders' Voting
Chapter 28 - Protected Cell Companies And Incorporated Cell Companies
Chapter 29 - Accounts and Audit
Chapter 30 - The Winding Up Of Jersey Companies