PRINCIPLES OF CORPORATE LAW IN NIGERIA
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Abugu, J. E.
MIJ Professional Publishers Limited
This 19 Chapter book builds on the foundational materials of an earlier book, Foundations of Corporate Law, first published in 2011. Like all foundations, it was designed to support a super structure. Principles of Corporate Law in Nigeria therefore represents a holistic effort to present the law and practice of corporate law in Nigeria, incorporating management issues with foundational matters. A conscious effort has been made to delineate the scope of Corporate law from Securities law. The author’s text – Company Securities: Law & Practice is designed to address securities law issues and to emphasize the distinct strand of securities law from the classical scope of company law. The book is designed to provide in-depth theoretical and practical insight of the subject to the law researcher either as a student or practitioner. To judicial officers, it offers a rich resource material expounding the subject and providing an analytical perspective from an academic. It is an effort to provide a composite exposition of Nigerian corporate law principles against the background of its rich English case law heritage and the Nigerian jurisprudence that have evolved over time. It should also address the need of comparative analysts as it offers an insight into the law in other jurisdictions where relevant. In appropriate cases, the work indicates areas of possible law reform in a context of convergence and globalization of corporate best practices.
Nigerian Corporate Law Textbook
Corporate Law, Incorporation, Business management, Company supervision, Winding Up