Mergers in UK Law
Crabtree v Hinchcliffe (Inspector of Taxes)
......Counsel very properly agreed to our seeing "Revised Notes on Company amalgamations and mergers" of date 31st October 1963. It is therein stated that the original edition was drawn up by the Executive Committee of the Issuing Houses Association ......
- R v Monopolies and Mergers Commission and Another ex parte South Yorkshire Transport Ltd and Others
- R v Monopolies and Mergers Commission, ex parte Argyll Group Plc
- Byng v London Life Association Ltd
IBA Health Ltd v Office of Fair Trading
......Under FTA the Secretary of State might refer a merger situation to the Monopolies and Mergers Commission "where it appears to him that it is or may be the fact that" two or more relevant enterprises had ceased to exist with three alternative ......
- R v Monopolies and Mergers Commission, ex parte South Yorkshire Transport Ltd and Another
Re Pearl Assurance (Unit Linked Pensions) Ltd
...... said, finds himself with a new counterparty, often with a new policy number, a new administrative office to deal with, so that, it is said, mergers of this type are bad in principle for that reason. . . 28 While not ruling out the possibility that there is some substance in ......
Diamond Resorts (Europe) Ltd (Applicant)
......1 THE JUDGE: This is an application for approval of cross-border merger arrangements under the Companies (Cross-Border Mergers) Regulations 2007. I am satisfied on the evidence that has been put before me that the preliminary steps which need to be fulfilled as pre-merger ......
- Central and District Properties Ltd v Commissioners of Inland Revenue
Ryanair Holdings Plc v Office of Fair Trading and Another
...... . 31 The same applies by analogy to Part 3 of the Act dealing with mergers, relevant to the present case. Accordingly, if the OFT were to refuse to refer and Aer Lingus were then to appeal successfully, the Tribunal would ......
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