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Keeping good company matters

Getting to grips with company law is a must for the directors of new companies in all sectors, writes Elaine O'Regan.

15th January, 2012
Kevin Prendergast, corporate compliance manager, Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement.

With the Companies Consolidation and Reform Bill due to be signed into law before the end of the year, Ireland's company law regime will alter dramatically. For the directors of start-ups incorporated in the meantime, however, understanding their existing legal requirements remains a complicated business.

At its simplest, company law is the set of laws that provide for the regulation and administration of companies and in particular limited liability companies.

Its aim, according to Kevin...

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