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Business Organisation Essay on the Purpose of Corporate Law

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Business organisation essay on the purpose of corporate law, covers whether corporate law promotes corporate activity and its affect on shareholders and business endeavors

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Economy Corporate law Business Structure Legal entities Business law Management Types of business entity Corporate governance Corporation Australian corporate law Board of directors
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2 Due to this transition, it must be established whether Corporate law has promoted or restricted corporate activity and the effect it has had on the stakeholders of the corporation. To understand the purpose behind Corporate law we must identify its variance over time, in relation to social and historical contexts. Corporate laws purpose is effectively derived from the corporation, and corporation’s development over time. Corporations have been described as an "engine for shareholder wealth maximization".3 In other terms, building off the purpose of a corporation, the duty of Corporate law is to provide a medium of transaction for business, and its shareholders, and create a corporate entity that promotes the characteristics of a business.4 This la...
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