British Columbia Business Corporations Act & Commentary, 2013 Edition
Publisher: LexisNexis Canada
A leading reference tool on the British Columbia Business Corporations Act
, this portable guide includes these unique features prepared by leading corporate law practitioners:
Highlights of this New Edition
- Commentary that addresses:
- New developments in the Business Corporations Act
- The history and evolution of the Act
- Overview and key elements of the Act
- Full text of British Columbia Business Corporations Act, 2002, as amended
- Full text of British Columbia Business Corporations Regulation, B.C. Reg. 65/2004
- Full text of Extraprovincial Companies and Foreign Entities from a Designated Province Regulation, B.C. Reg. 88/2009
- Over 80 B.C. Company, Extra provincial Company and Unlimited Liability Company forms
- Tables of concordance comparing the Act, its predecessor and the Canada Business Corporations Act
Who Should Buy
- Latest legislative changes including:
- SBC 2012, c. 12, s. 34, amending s. 426 of BCBCA, in force May 14, 2012
- SBC 2011, c. 29 (Finance Statutes Amendment Act, 2011), ss. 1-17 (not yet in force)
- SBC 2012, c. 12, (Finance Statutes Amendment Act, 2012), ss. 1-38 (with the exception of s. 34, otherwise not yet in force)
- SBC 2011, c. 25, (Family Law Act), s. 282, in force March 18, 2013
- BC Reg 141/2012 amendments to BC Reg 88/2009, effective July 1, 2012
- BC Reg 205/2012 amendments to BC Reg 65/2004, effective November 1, 2012
- Discussion of recent key developments such as the creation of a new type of hybrid company known as a “community contribution company”
- Key recent cases
- All recently revised forms
- General practitioners who must have a quick reference tool in order to advise on all aspects of a business, from incorporating to exiting.
- Corporate/commercial lawyers who must keep abreast of the latest developments in business corporation law and procedures.
- In-house counsel who oversee all matters of corporate compliance and propriety of corporate filings.
- Law clerks who need concrete guidance to facilitate their corporate filings and record keeping.
- Law clerk program students who need solid understanding of both the procedural and substantive framework for entry into the world of corporate clerkship.
Billing Method: Annual Publication - Standing Order Terms Apply
Table of Contents
Tables of ConcordanceBusiness Corporations Act
Business Corporations Regulation
Extraprovincial Companies and Foreign Entities from a Designated Province Regulation
British Columbia Company Forms
Editors: Andrew McLeod, B.A., M.B.A., LL.B. & Ian MacIntosh, B.Comm, LL.B.
Andrew McLeod, B.A., M.B.A., LL.B.
, is currently a Partner of the Business Law Group of the Vancouver office of Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, practising corporate and securities law. He has been involved in financings, restructurings, mergers and acquisitions of both public and private companies in the local, national and international context. Ian MacIntosh, B.Comm, LL.B.
, is formerly a Partner of the Business Law Group of the Vancouver office of Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP, practising corporate/commercial law. He has significant experience in mergers and acquisitions, public-private partnerships, and the high technology sector. Mr. MacIntosh has been involved in all manner of corporate transactions for both public and private companies in Canada and abroad.
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