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Company Law Review Act - What it means to your clients

Published on 02 Sep 1998 | Took place at Enterprise House, Unley , SA

In lase June 1998, Federal Parliament rushed through changes to the Corporations Law and related tax law which became effective from 1 July 1998. The tax treatment of company distributions and shareholder transactions is a difficult area. this workshop assesses several different areas of the new Act and what it means for your clients.

Individual sessions

Company Law Review Act - What It Means to Your Clients

Author(s):  Scott BRYANT,  John KEEVES Topics covered include:
- changes made by the Company Law Review Act, including changes in relation to:

  • no par value shares
  • capital returns
  • financial assistance
  • common seals
  • memorandum and articles
  • financial reporting
  • meetings
- Tax Implications - Taxation Laws Amendment (Company Law Review) Act, including: