The Resource Piercing the Corporate Veil in Latin American Jurisprudence : A Comparison with the Anglo-American Method

Piercing the Corporate Veil in Latin American Jurisprudence : A Comparison with the Anglo-American Method

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Piercing the Corporate Veil in Latin American Jurisprudence : A Comparison with the Anglo-American Method
Title
Piercing the Corporate Veil in Latin American Jurisprudence
Title remainder
A Comparison with the Anglo-American Method
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Language
eng
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MiAaPQ
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Lezcano, Jose Maria
Dewey number
346/.066
LC call number
K1315.L49 2016
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non fiction
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dictionaries
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Routledge Research in Corporate Law Ser
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Corporate veil--Latin America
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Piercing the Corporate Veil in Latin American Jurisprudence : A Comparison with the Anglo-American Method
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https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=4218552
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online resource
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text
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Contents
  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- I General aspects regarding the piercing of the corporate veil -- 1. Concept and rationale of piercing the corporate veil -- 2. Origins of the doctrine of piercing the corporate veil -- 3. Piercing the corporate veil in the context of private law and public law -- 4. Pro-social policy and capitalist policy -- 5. Piercing of the corporate veil, in the context of public companies -- 6. Derivations of piercing the corporate veil -- 6.1 The reverse piercing of the corporate veil -- 6.2 The piercing of the corporate veil in the context of corporate groups -- 6.2.1 Regulation and its critics -- 6.2.2 Rationale to pierce the corporate veil of corporate groups -- 6.2.3 Single economic unit -- Personal observation -- II Piercing the corporate veil in an Anglo-American context -- 1. Piercing the corporate veil in England -- 1.1 The case of Salomon -- 1.2 The effects of the Salomon precedent -- 1.2.1 Sham exception -- 1.2.2 Agency -- 1.2.3 Single economic unit -- 1.3 The case of Adam v Cape Industries -- 1.3.1 The facts -- 1.3.2 The corporate veil point (sham argument) -- 1.3.3 Single economic unit -- 1.3.4 The agency argument -- 1.3.5 Reception of Adams v Cape decision -- 1.3.6 The piercing of the corporate veil after Cape -- 1.4 The disregard of the legal entity in the context of English statutory law -- 1.4.1 Fraudulent and wrongful trading -- 1.4.1.1 Fraudulent trading -- 1.4.1.2 Wrongful trading -- 1.4.2 Abuse of company name (phoenix companies) -- 1.4.3 Tax law and the English corporate entity -- Summary -- 2. The doctrine of piercing the corporate veil in the US -- 2.1 State and federal law -- 2.2 The doctrines of instrumentality and alter ego -- 2.2.1 The alter ego doctrine -- 2.2.2 Instrumentality doctrine -- 2.3 Reality of the American doctrine -- 2.3.1 Contract and tort cases
  • 2.3.2 Agency and enterprise liability -- 2.3.2.1 Agency -- 2.3.2.2 Single economic unit or enterprise liability -- 2.3.2.3 The current position of American courts in regard of piercing the corporate veil -- 2.4 The piercing of the corporate veil in the context of American statutory law -- 2.4.1 Tax law -- 2.4.2 Labour law -- 2.4.3 Environmental law -- 2.5 The role of the concepts of fraud and negligence in the context of corporate veil issues -- Summary -- 2.6 Why does the US appear more willing than England to pierce the corporate veil? -- 2.6.1 The dilemma between the "sledgehammer approach" and the "backdoor approach" -- Chapter conclusion -- III Corporate veil in Latin America -- general aspects about Franco-Hispanic civil law that have influenced the development of piercing the corporate veil in Latin America -- 1. The roots of the Latin American civil law tradition -- 2. The corporate personality in the Latin American civil law tradition -- 3. Contrast between the common law and the civil law tradition -- the influence of legal tradition over the piercing of the corporate veil -- 3.1 Sources of law -- 3.2 Role of critical thinking or judicial creativity -- 3.3 Role of legal concepts and principles -- Personal observation -- IV The piercing of the corporate veil in Mexico -- 1. The early manifestation of "la develación de la sociedad anónima" -- 1.1 Other early Mexican statutory exceptions to the corporate entity -- 2. The ley de la desestimación de la persona jurídica societaria -- 2.1 The elements required for the application of this remedy -- 2.2 Circumstances in which la desestimación de la persona jurídica societaria is applied -- and the entities subject to this regulation -- 2.3 Effects of la desestimación de la persona jurídica -- Personal observation -- V The piercing of the corporate veil in Colombia
  • 1. Colombian statutory approach to corporate entity issues -- 1.1 The Ley 190 de 1995, Estatuto Anticorrupción -- 1.2 The Ley 222 de 1995 -- 1.3 The Ley 1258 de 2008 -- 2. The foundation of the Colombian approach to corporate personality issues -- 3. Controversy between statutory exceptions to the corporate personality and the Colombian constitution -- Personal observation -- VI The piercing of the corporate veil in Brazil -- 1. The origins of the Brazilian exception to the corporate personality -- 1.1 Lei No 8.078 de 11 de septembro de 1990 -- 1.2 Lei No 8.884 de 11 de junho de 1994 -- 1.3 Lei No 9.605 de 12 de fevereiro de 1998 -- 2. Brazilian Civil Code -- Personal observation -- VII The piercing of the corporate veil in Argentina -- 1. Inoponibilidad de la persona jurídica -- 2. Sanction derived from the inoponibilidad de la persona jurídica -- 3. Parameter to apply the inoponibilidad de la persona jurídica -- 4. Who can summon this remedy? -- 5. The occurrence of ultra vires -- 6. Corporate personality issues in Argentina before the rule of inoponibilidad de la persona jurídica -- Personal observation -- VIII Comparative study between the Anglo-American and Latin American piercing of the corporate veil -- 1. Methodology -- 2. Rationale to pierce the corporate veil -- 2.1 US -- 2.2 England -- 2.3 Argentina -- 2.4 Colombia -- 2.5 Brazil -- 2.6 Mexico -- 2.7 Comparison -- 3. Legal concepts and principles -- 3.1 US -- 3.2 England -- 3.3 Latin America -- 3.3.1 Argentina -- 3.3.2 Colombia -- 3.3.3 Brazil -- 3.3.4 Mexico -- 3.4 Comparison -- 4. The means to achieve the objective of a mechanism to deal with corporate personality issues -- 4.1 Sledgehammer approach -- 4.1.1 US -- 4.1.2 Colombia -- 4.1.3 Mexico -- 4.1.4 Brazil -- 4.2 Backdoor approach -- 4.2.1 England -- 4.2.2 Argentina -- 4.3 Overall observation -- Personal observation -- Conclusion
  • Bibliography -- Index
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1 online resource (175 pages)
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online
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9781317555476
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computer
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rdamedia
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Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (MiAaPQ)EBC4218552
  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4218552
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11136722
  • (CaONFJC)MIL881041
  • (OCoLC)932622748
Label
Piercing the Corporate Veil in Latin American Jurisprudence : A Comparison with the Anglo-American Method
Link
https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/oulaw/detail.action?docID=4218552
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- I General aspects regarding the piercing of the corporate veil -- 1. Concept and rationale of piercing the corporate veil -- 2. Origins of the doctrine of piercing the corporate veil -- 3. Piercing the corporate veil in the context of private law and public law -- 4. Pro-social policy and capitalist policy -- 5. Piercing of the corporate veil, in the context of public companies -- 6. Derivations of piercing the corporate veil -- 6.1 The reverse piercing of the corporate veil -- 6.2 The piercing of the corporate veil in the context of corporate groups -- 6.2.1 Regulation and its critics -- 6.2.2 Rationale to pierce the corporate veil of corporate groups -- 6.2.3 Single economic unit -- Personal observation -- II Piercing the corporate veil in an Anglo-American context -- 1. Piercing the corporate veil in England -- 1.1 The case of Salomon -- 1.2 The effects of the Salomon precedent -- 1.2.1 Sham exception -- 1.2.2 Agency -- 1.2.3 Single economic unit -- 1.3 The case of Adam v Cape Industries -- 1.3.1 The facts -- 1.3.2 The corporate veil point (sham argument) -- 1.3.3 Single economic unit -- 1.3.4 The agency argument -- 1.3.5 Reception of Adams v Cape decision -- 1.3.6 The piercing of the corporate veil after Cape -- 1.4 The disregard of the legal entity in the context of English statutory law -- 1.4.1 Fraudulent and wrongful trading -- 1.4.1.1 Fraudulent trading -- 1.4.1.2 Wrongful trading -- 1.4.2 Abuse of company name (phoenix companies) -- 1.4.3 Tax law and the English corporate entity -- Summary -- 2. The doctrine of piercing the corporate veil in the US -- 2.1 State and federal law -- 2.2 The doctrines of instrumentality and alter ego -- 2.2.1 The alter ego doctrine -- 2.2.2 Instrumentality doctrine -- 2.3 Reality of the American doctrine -- 2.3.1 Contract and tort cases
  • 2.3.2 Agency and enterprise liability -- 2.3.2.1 Agency -- 2.3.2.2 Single economic unit or enterprise liability -- 2.3.2.3 The current position of American courts in regard of piercing the corporate veil -- 2.4 The piercing of the corporate veil in the context of American statutory law -- 2.4.1 Tax law -- 2.4.2 Labour law -- 2.4.3 Environmental law -- 2.5 The role of the concepts of fraud and negligence in the context of corporate veil issues -- Summary -- 2.6 Why does the US appear more willing than England to pierce the corporate veil? -- 2.6.1 The dilemma between the "sledgehammer approach" and the "backdoor approach" -- Chapter conclusion -- III Corporate veil in Latin America -- general aspects about Franco-Hispanic civil law that have influenced the development of piercing the corporate veil in Latin America -- 1. The roots of the Latin American civil law tradition -- 2. The corporate personality in the Latin American civil law tradition -- 3. Contrast between the common law and the civil law tradition -- the influence of legal tradition over the piercing of the corporate veil -- 3.1 Sources of law -- 3.2 Role of critical thinking or judicial creativity -- 3.3 Role of legal concepts and principles -- Personal observation -- IV The piercing of the corporate veil in Mexico -- 1. The early manifestation of "la develación de la sociedad anónima" -- 1.1 Other early Mexican statutory exceptions to the corporate entity -- 2. The ley de la desestimación de la persona jurídica societaria -- 2.1 The elements required for the application of this remedy -- 2.2 Circumstances in which la desestimación de la persona jurídica societaria is applied -- and the entities subject to this regulation -- 2.3 Effects of la desestimación de la persona jurídica -- Personal observation -- V The piercing of the corporate veil in Colombia
  • 1. Colombian statutory approach to corporate entity issues -- 1.1 The Ley 190 de 1995, Estatuto Anticorrupción -- 1.2 The Ley 222 de 1995 -- 1.3 The Ley 1258 de 2008 -- 2. The foundation of the Colombian approach to corporate personality issues -- 3. Controversy between statutory exceptions to the corporate personality and the Colombian constitution -- Personal observation -- VI The piercing of the corporate veil in Brazil -- 1. The origins of the Brazilian exception to the corporate personality -- 1.1 Lei No 8.078 de 11 de septembro de 1990 -- 1.2 Lei No 8.884 de 11 de junho de 1994 -- 1.3 Lei No 9.605 de 12 de fevereiro de 1998 -- 2. Brazilian Civil Code -- Personal observation -- VII The piercing of the corporate veil in Argentina -- 1. Inoponibilidad de la persona jurídica -- 2. Sanction derived from the inoponibilidad de la persona jurídica -- 3. Parameter to apply the inoponibilidad de la persona jurídica -- 4. Who can summon this remedy? -- 5. The occurrence of ultra vires -- 6. Corporate personality issues in Argentina before the rule of inoponibilidad de la persona jurídica -- Personal observation -- VIII Comparative study between the Anglo-American and Latin American piercing of the corporate veil -- 1. Methodology -- 2. Rationale to pierce the corporate veil -- 2.1 US -- 2.2 England -- 2.3 Argentina -- 2.4 Colombia -- 2.5 Brazil -- 2.6 Mexico -- 2.7 Comparison -- 3. Legal concepts and principles -- 3.1 US -- 3.2 England -- 3.3 Latin America -- 3.3.1 Argentina -- 3.3.2 Colombia -- 3.3.3 Brazil -- 3.3.4 Mexico -- 3.4 Comparison -- 4. The means to achieve the objective of a mechanism to deal with corporate personality issues -- 4.1 Sledgehammer approach -- 4.1.1 US -- 4.1.2 Colombia -- 4.1.3 Mexico -- 4.1.4 Brazil -- 4.2 Backdoor approach -- 4.2.1 England -- 4.2.2 Argentina -- 4.3 Overall observation -- Personal observation -- Conclusion
  • Bibliography -- Index
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (175 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317555476
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Note
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2019. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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  • (Au-PeEL)EBL4218552
  • (CaPaEBR)ebr11136722
  • (CaONFJC)MIL881041
  • (OCoLC)932622748

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