Company Regulations in UK Law

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Leading Cases
  • Caparo Industries Plc v Dickman
    • House of Lords
    • 08 Feb 1990

    What emerges is that, in addition to the foreseeability of damage, necessary ingredients in any situation giving rise to a duty of care are that there should exist between the party owing the duty and the party to whom it is owed a relationship characterised by the law as one of "proximity" or "neighbourhood" and that the situation should be one in which the court considers it fair, just and reasonable that the law should impose a duty of a given scope upon the one party for the benefit of the other.

  • Ebrahimi v Westbourne Galleries Ltd; Re Westbourne Galleries Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 03 May 1972

    The words are a recognition of the fact that a limited company is more than a mere judicial entity, with a personality in law of its own: that there is room in company law for recognition of the fact that behind it, or amongst it, there are individuals, with rights, expectations and obligations inter se which are not necessarily submerged in the company structure.

  • Caparo Industries Plc v Dickman
    • Court of Appeal
    • 29 Jul 1988

    He naturally, and rightly, regards the company as his client. It is attached to and forms part of the company's accounts (ss.238 (3) 239). A copy of the company's accounts (including the auditor's report) must be sent to every member (s.240). Any member of the company, even if not entitled to have a copy of the accounts sent to him, is entitled to be furnished with a copy of the company's last accounts on demand and without charge (s.246).

  • Duple Motor Bodies Ltd v Commissioners of Inland Revenue
    • House of Lords
    • 28 Mar 1961

    Then the question is what figure should be taken to represent the stock-in-trade. If it consists of articles bought for resale the answer is obvious—the price the taxpayer paid for them or their cost to him. If market value were taken that would generally include an element of profit, and it is a cardinal principle that profit should not be taxed until realised: if the market value fell before the article was sold the profit might never be realised.

  • Griffiths v J. P. Harrison (Watford) Ltd
    • House of Lords
    • 15 Mar 1962

    The Company had power to deal in shares, they bought shares, they received a dividend on these shares, they sold the shares. This was just the ordinary commercial transaction of a dealer in shares. I ask myself the question put by Lord Radcliffe in Edwards (H.M.I.T.) v. Bairstow & Harrison [1956] A.C. 14 at page 37:

  • Ltd's Application
    • Chancery Division (Patents Court)
    • 07 Nov 2005

    From this sort of consideration there has developed an approach that I consider to be well established on the authorities, which is to take the claimed programmed computer, and ask what it contributes to the art over and above the fact that it covers a programmed computer. If there is a contribution outside the list of excluded matter, then the invention is patentable, but if the only contribution to the art lies in excluded subject matter, it is not patentable.

  • Re Jermyn Street Turkish Baths Ltd
    • Court of Appeal
    • 05 May 1971

    We think, however, that it may serve as a sufficient definition for the present purpose. Oppression must, we think, import that the oppressed are being constrained to submit to something which is unfair to them as the result of some overbearing act or attitude on the part of the oppressor.

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Law Firm Commentaries
  • Company Accounts: Amending Regulations
    • Mondaq UK
    • July 20, 2015
  • UK Government Publishes Statutory Regulations for UK Companies and LLPs in Connection With PSC Register Requirements
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    • Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP
    • February 10, 2016
    On January 25, the UK Government published two regulations in relation to new requirements for UK-incorporated companies and UK-formed limited liability partnerships (LLPs) to keep a register of pe...
    ......The two regulations are the Register of People With Significant Control Regulations 2016 (Company Regulations) and the Limited Liability Partnerships (Register of People with Significant Control) Regulations 2016 (LLP Regulations) (collectively, ......
  • Greenhouse Gas Reporting for UK Quoted Companies
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    • K&L Gates LLP
    • August 21, 2013
    These new regulations will come into force on 1 October 2013 and are part of the Government’s proposals to simplify and strengthen company reports.
    ...... Companies Act 2006 (Strategic Report and Directors’ Report) Regulations 2013. . These new regulations will come into force on 1 October ... part of the Government’s proposals to simplify and strengthen company reports. The regulations will require quoted companies to report on ......
  • UK’s ICO Fines Marketing Company Over Unsolicited Emails
    • LexBlog United Kingdom
    • Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP
    • September 18, 2018
    The UK’s data protection authority, the ICO, recently fined marketing firm Everything DM Ltd for sending almost 1.5 million marketing emails without obtaining sufficient consent as required by the ...
    ...... almost 1.5 million marketing emails without obtaining sufficient consent as required by the UK’s Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations. In particular, the company sent messages on its clients behalf, the messages appeared to the recipient to come from the client, not Everything DM ......
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