The Resource Groups of Companies in the EEC : A Survey Report to the European Commission on the Law relating to Corporate Groups in various Member States

Groups of Companies in the EEC : A Survey Report to the European Commission on the Law relating to Corporate Groups in various Member States

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Groups of Companies in the EEC : A Survey Report to the European Commission on the Law relating to Corporate Groups in various Member States
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Groups of Companies in the EEC
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A Survey Report to the European Commission on the Law relating to Corporate Groups in various Member States
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eng
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Groups of Companies in the EEC
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Wymeersch, E
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  • 344.0666
  • 346.4/066
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KJE2598 -- .G76 1993eb
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Fitchew, Geoffrey E
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Economic interest groupings -- European Economic Community countries
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Groups of Companies in the EEC : A Survey Report to the European Commission on the Law relating to Corporate Groups in various Member States
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  • The Groups of Companies in Belgian Law (by E. Wymeersch) -- I. The Present Practice - The Population -- II. The Present Status of the Belgian Legislation -- 1. Companies Law -- 2. The Supervision of Holding Companies -- 3. Accounting and Auditing Rules -- 4. Banking Law -- 5. Taxation -- 6. Labour Law -- 7. Competition Law -- III. The Definition of Groups and Group Components under Present Law -- 1. Accounting Regulation -- 2. Company Law Standard Definition -- 3. Tax Exemption Rules: the Rules on Belgian "Off Shore Centers" -- 4. Holding Company Supervision -- 5. Labour Law -- IV. The Formation of Groups -- V. The Principle of Independence of the Companies -- VI. Group Management -- VII. Intragroup Transactions -- 1. Applicable Law -- 2. Judicial Case Law -- 3. The Banking Commission's Practice -- (a) Profit Realization -- (b) Regrouping of Activities Within One Subsidiary -- (c) Burdensome Service Contracts -- VIII. Minority Shareholders' Rights -- 1. Applicable Law -- 2. Judicial Case Law -- 3. Banking Commission's Practice -- IX. The Role of the Group Interest -- X. Group Liability Towards Creditors -- 1. Liability upon Formation -- 2. Director's Liability -- 3. Joint-Trading -- 4. The Subsidiary as Nominee -- 5. Liability for Negligence -- Conclusion -- The Law of Groups in the Federal Republic of Germany (by U. Immenga) -- I. Introduction -- II. The Recognition of Group Situations in Branches of Law Other than Company Law -- 1. Tax Law -- (a) The "Organschaft" -- (b) The "Schachtelprivileg" -- 2. Labour Law -- 3. Groups in Competition Law -- (a) Groups and Merger Control -- (b) The Group as an "Undertaking" -- (c) The Relevance of Intra-Group Competition -- 4. Accountancy Law -- III. Common Criteria for the Law on Public and Private Companies -- l. The Meaning of "Undertaking" -- 2. Forms of Links Between Companies
  • 3. Types of Linked Companies -- IV. Public Companies in a Group -- 1. The Creation of Links Between Companies -- (a) Links by Acquisition of Holdings -- (b) Links Formed by Contract -- (c) Other Ways of Creating Links Between Companies -- 2. The Implementation of Links Between Companies -- (a) Contract-Based Groups -- (aa) The Concept -- (bb) Criticism -- (cc) Measures for the Protection of Creditors -- (b) Integration as a Special Form of the Contract-Based Group -- (c) Situations of Dependence Outside a Contract-Based Group (de facto group) -- (aa) The Concept -- (bb) Criticism -- (cc) "Total" Dependence or "Qualifizierte Abhngigkeit" -- V. Private Companies in a Group -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Creation of Links Involving Private Companies -- (a) Links by Acquisition of Shares -- (b) Links Based on Contract -- (c) Other Methods of Forming Links between Companies -- 3. The Private Company Group in Practice -- (a) Contract-Based Groups -- (b) Simple De Facto Dependence -- (aa) Protection of Minorities -- (bb) Protection of Creditors -- (c) Total De Facto Dependence -- (aa) Protection of the Minority -- (bb) Protection of Creditors -- (d) Conclusion -- The Groups of Companies in Spanish Law (by J.M. Embid Irujo) -- I. Introduction -- II. Treatment of Groups Outside the Sphere of Company Law -- 1. Tax Law -- 2. Labour Law -- 3. Securities Market Law -- 4. Other Areas of the Law Concerning Groups of Companies -- III. Groups in Spanish Company Law -- 1. Group Accounts -- 2. Situation under Present Law -- (a) Obtaining Control of a Company -- (b) Regulation of Dependence: Subscription for and Acquisition of Shares in the Controlling Company -- (c) Other References to a "Group" in the Public Companies Act -- IV. Final Remarks -- The Law of Groups of Companies in France (by Y. Guyon) -- Introduction -- I. Existence of Links Between Firms
  • 1. Links Are Very Common in Practice -- 2. Forms of Companies Typically Involved -- 3. Tax Incentives Aimed at Encouraging the Creation De Jure or De Facto of Links between Firms -- 4. Limits by Law on Controlling Links between Firms -- II. Special Provisions for Groups Outside the Sphere of Company Law -- 1. Tax Law -- 2. Labour Law, Social Security Law and Legislation on Industrial Democracy -- 3. Competition Law -- 4. Law on Company Accounts -- 5. Criminal Law -- 6. Law on Insolvency -- 7. Public Law -- 8. Intellectual Property Law -- 9. International Law -- III. The Formation of Links Between Firms -- 1. Ways in Which Links Between Firms Come About -- 2. Bodies or Authorities Chiefly Influencing on the Formation of Such Links -- 3. Constraints on Extension of a Company's Business Activities -- 4. Single-Member Companies -- IV. The Practical Operation of Links between Firms -- 1. Extent to Which Subsidiaries Can Be Given Instructions -- 2. Protection of the Interests of Minorities Protected -- (a) Protection of Minority Shareholders in the Parent Company (the simplest case) -- (b) Protection of Minority Shareholders in the Subsidiary -- 3. Provisions for the Protection of Creditors -- 4. Protection of the Interests of the Shareholders in the Parent Company -- V. Application of General Rules -- Groups of Companies in Italian Law (by P. Spada) -- I. The Economic Position of Groups in Italy -- II. The Group as a Legal Concept -- III. Groups and the Law on Enterprises -- 1. Groups and Business Enterprise -- 2. Groups and Their Accounts -- 3. Groups and Trade Marks -- 4. Groups and Regulations on Competition -- 5. Groups and Labour Law -- 6. Groups and Insolvency -- IV. Groups and Company Law -- 1. Formation of the Group -- 2. Organization of the Groups of Companies -- 3. Protection of the "Outside the Group" Shareholders of Dependent Companies
  • 4. The Liability of the Parent Company -- V. Update: Groups of Companies and the New Commercial Legislation -- The Law of Groups of Companies in the Netherlands (by C.W.A. Timmermans & L. Timmerman) -- Introduction -- I. Meaning of the Group Phenomenon -- II. Group-Law Provisions in Company-Law and Other Contexts -- 1. Group-Law Provisions in Company Law Itself -- (a) Supplementary Provisions of Group Law -- (b) Facilitating Provisions of Group Law -- (c) Group Regulatory Privisions -- 2. The Law Relating to Annual Accounts -- 3. Fiscal Law -- 4. Labour Law -- 5. Co-determination Law -- 6. Competition Law -- 7. Bankruptcy Law -- III. The Formation of Groups -- IV. The Functioning of Groups -- Conclusion -- A Survey of the Law Relating to Corporate Groups in the United Kingdom (by D.D. Prentice) -- I. The Phenomenon of Groups -- II. The Creation, Transparency and Operation of Groups -- 1. Creation of a Group -- 2. Transparency of Groups -- 3. Operation of Groups -- III. Taxation, Accounts, Director's Duties, Labour Law, Criminal Law, and Competition Law -- 1. Taxation -- 2. Accounts -- 3. Director's Wrongdoing -- 4. Labour Law -- (a) Companies Act 1985, Section 309 -- (b) Companies Act 1985, Section 719 -- (c) Insolvency Act 1986, Section 187 -- The Bullock Report 1977 -- 5. Criminal Law -- 6. Competition Law -- 7. Miscellaneous -- IV. The Protection of Creditors -- 1. The Liability Rules -- (a) Piercing the Corporate Veil -- (b) Wrongful Trading: Section 214 of the Insolvency Act 1986 -- (c) Common Law Liability of Directors to a Company's Creditors -- 2. The Disability Rules -- V. The Protection of Minority Shareholders -- Conclusion -- ABBREVIATIONS
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Groups of Companies in the EEC : A Survey Report to the European Commission on the Law relating to Corporate Groups in various Member States
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Contents
  • The Groups of Companies in Belgian Law (by E. Wymeersch) -- I. The Present Practice - The Population -- II. The Present Status of the Belgian Legislation -- 1. Companies Law -- 2. The Supervision of Holding Companies -- 3. Accounting and Auditing Rules -- 4. Banking Law -- 5. Taxation -- 6. Labour Law -- 7. Competition Law -- III. The Definition of Groups and Group Components under Present Law -- 1. Accounting Regulation -- 2. Company Law Standard Definition -- 3. Tax Exemption Rules: the Rules on Belgian "Off Shore Centers" -- 4. Holding Company Supervision -- 5. Labour Law -- IV. The Formation of Groups -- V. The Principle of Independence of the Companies -- VI. Group Management -- VII. Intragroup Transactions -- 1. Applicable Law -- 2. Judicial Case Law -- 3. The Banking Commission's Practice -- (a) Profit Realization -- (b) Regrouping of Activities Within One Subsidiary -- (c) Burdensome Service Contracts -- VIII. Minority Shareholders' Rights -- 1. Applicable Law -- 2. Judicial Case Law -- 3. Banking Commission's Practice -- IX. The Role of the Group Interest -- X. Group Liability Towards Creditors -- 1. Liability upon Formation -- 2. Director's Liability -- 3. Joint-Trading -- 4. The Subsidiary as Nominee -- 5. Liability for Negligence -- Conclusion -- The Law of Groups in the Federal Republic of Germany (by U. Immenga) -- I. Introduction -- II. The Recognition of Group Situations in Branches of Law Other than Company Law -- 1. Tax Law -- (a) The "Organschaft" -- (b) The "Schachtelprivileg" -- 2. Labour Law -- 3. Groups in Competition Law -- (a) Groups and Merger Control -- (b) The Group as an "Undertaking" -- (c) The Relevance of Intra-Group Competition -- 4. Accountancy Law -- III. Common Criteria for the Law on Public and Private Companies -- l. The Meaning of "Undertaking" -- 2. Forms of Links Between Companies
  • 3. Types of Linked Companies -- IV. Public Companies in a Group -- 1. The Creation of Links Between Companies -- (a) Links by Acquisition of Holdings -- (b) Links Formed by Contract -- (c) Other Ways of Creating Links Between Companies -- 2. The Implementation of Links Between Companies -- (a) Contract-Based Groups -- (aa) The Concept -- (bb) Criticism -- (cc) Measures for the Protection of Creditors -- (b) Integration as a Special Form of the Contract-Based Group -- (c) Situations of Dependence Outside a Contract-Based Group (de facto group) -- (aa) The Concept -- (bb) Criticism -- (cc) "Total" Dependence or "Qualifizierte Abhngigkeit" -- V. Private Companies in a Group -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Creation of Links Involving Private Companies -- (a) Links by Acquisition of Shares -- (b) Links Based on Contract -- (c) Other Methods of Forming Links between Companies -- 3. The Private Company Group in Practice -- (a) Contract-Based Groups -- (b) Simple De Facto Dependence -- (aa) Protection of Minorities -- (bb) Protection of Creditors -- (c) Total De Facto Dependence -- (aa) Protection of the Minority -- (bb) Protection of Creditors -- (d) Conclusion -- The Groups of Companies in Spanish Law (by J.M. Embid Irujo) -- I. Introduction -- II. Treatment of Groups Outside the Sphere of Company Law -- 1. Tax Law -- 2. Labour Law -- 3. Securities Market Law -- 4. Other Areas of the Law Concerning Groups of Companies -- III. Groups in Spanish Company Law -- 1. Group Accounts -- 2. Situation under Present Law -- (a) Obtaining Control of a Company -- (b) Regulation of Dependence: Subscription for and Acquisition of Shares in the Controlling Company -- (c) Other References to a "Group" in the Public Companies Act -- IV. Final Remarks -- The Law of Groups of Companies in France (by Y. Guyon) -- Introduction -- I. Existence of Links Between Firms
  • 1. Links Are Very Common in Practice -- 2. Forms of Companies Typically Involved -- 3. Tax Incentives Aimed at Encouraging the Creation De Jure or De Facto of Links between Firms -- 4. Limits by Law on Controlling Links between Firms -- II. Special Provisions for Groups Outside the Sphere of Company Law -- 1. Tax Law -- 2. Labour Law, Social Security Law and Legislation on Industrial Democracy -- 3. Competition Law -- 4. Law on Company Accounts -- 5. Criminal Law -- 6. Law on Insolvency -- 7. Public Law -- 8. Intellectual Property Law -- 9. International Law -- III. The Formation of Links Between Firms -- 1. Ways in Which Links Between Firms Come About -- 2. Bodies or Authorities Chiefly Influencing on the Formation of Such Links -- 3. Constraints on Extension of a Company's Business Activities -- 4. Single-Member Companies -- IV. The Practical Operation of Links between Firms -- 1. Extent to Which Subsidiaries Can Be Given Instructions -- 2. Protection of the Interests of Minorities Protected -- (a) Protection of Minority Shareholders in the Parent Company (the simplest case) -- (b) Protection of Minority Shareholders in the Subsidiary -- 3. Provisions for the Protection of Creditors -- 4. Protection of the Interests of the Shareholders in the Parent Company -- V. Application of General Rules -- Groups of Companies in Italian Law (by P. Spada) -- I. The Economic Position of Groups in Italy -- II. The Group as a Legal Concept -- III. Groups and the Law on Enterprises -- 1. Groups and Business Enterprise -- 2. Groups and Their Accounts -- 3. Groups and Trade Marks -- 4. Groups and Regulations on Competition -- 5. Groups and Labour Law -- 6. Groups and Insolvency -- IV. Groups and Company Law -- 1. Formation of the Group -- 2. Organization of the Groups of Companies -- 3. Protection of the "Outside the Group" Shareholders of Dependent Companies
  • 4. The Liability of the Parent Company -- V. Update: Groups of Companies and the New Commercial Legislation -- The Law of Groups of Companies in the Netherlands (by C.W.A. Timmermans & L. Timmerman) -- Introduction -- I. Meaning of the Group Phenomenon -- II. Group-Law Provisions in Company-Law and Other Contexts -- 1. Group-Law Provisions in Company Law Itself -- (a) Supplementary Provisions of Group Law -- (b) Facilitating Provisions of Group Law -- (c) Group Regulatory Privisions -- 2. The Law Relating to Annual Accounts -- 3. Fiscal Law -- 4. Labour Law -- 5. Co-determination Law -- 6. Competition Law -- 7. Bankruptcy Law -- III. The Formation of Groups -- IV. The Functioning of Groups -- Conclusion -- A Survey of the Law Relating to Corporate Groups in the United Kingdom (by D.D. Prentice) -- I. The Phenomenon of Groups -- II. The Creation, Transparency and Operation of Groups -- 1. Creation of a Group -- 2. Transparency of Groups -- 3. Operation of Groups -- III. Taxation, Accounts, Director's Duties, Labour Law, Criminal Law, and Competition Law -- 1. Taxation -- 2. Accounts -- 3. Director's Wrongdoing -- 4. Labour Law -- (a) Companies Act 1985, Section 309 -- (b) Companies Act 1985, Section 719 -- (c) Insolvency Act 1986, Section 187 -- The Bullock Report 1977 -- 5. Criminal Law -- 6. Competition Law -- 7. Miscellaneous -- IV. The Protection of Creditors -- 1. The Liability Rules -- (a) Piercing the Corporate Veil -- (b) Wrongful Trading: Section 214 of the Insolvency Act 1986 -- (c) Common Law Liability of Directors to a Company's Creditors -- 2. The Disability Rules -- V. The Protection of Minority Shareholders -- Conclusion -- ABBREVIATIONS
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9783110869651
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