Corporate Group Law For Europe
The existence of Corporate Groups – several independent incorporated companies connected mostly by a chain of participations to form what is practically one commercial unit – has long been a reality throughout the world. Most of the member states of the EU have not imposed legal regulation in this area, not through neglect but rather by choice. Doubt is expressed both as to the necessity of legal regulation and as to the amenability of the disparate circumstances which arise in company law to systematic regulation. In this book we examine the question of whether Europe needs a Corporate Group law, and if so, what it should regulate and at what level.
Corporate Governance Forum, 2000
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