Forming a Limited Company offers clear guidance on the responsibilities of directors and company secretaries, running the company, changes after incorporation, insolvency, and all aspects of company capital
Setting up a limited company may be the ideal vehicle for business expansion, but the prospect can be daunting. Forming a Limited Company clearly lays out all the procedures required for setting up and administering a limited company and takes all of the latest legislation into account.
This indispensable guide for sole traders, partnerships or co-operatives contemplating incorporation gives expert advice and guidance on every topic, including procedures required for setting up; company name; administering the company; financial matters; duties and responsibilities of directors; and changes after incorporation. Whether you are just starting out or looking to expand an already existing company, this is an essential read.
Patricia Clayton has practised as a barrister and has an MA in business law. Currently a solicitor in London, she writes and lectures on business law. She is the author of Law for the Small Business, also published by Kogan Page.