The subject aims to provide students with a solid foundation of fundamental principles of company law. Topics include: the context of company law, the role and functions of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission, types of business structures, incorporation and registration, the doctrine of legal personality, corporate fund raising and share capital, legal rules relating to shares and dividends, the internal management of companies, powers and duties of various stakeholders, rights and remedies of members, company insolvency and deregistration.
Additional Information: The subject is fully accredited by both accounting professional bodies: the CPA and the ICA recognise BLW21 as an accredited subject for admission into their professional programs.
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