By Elizabeth J. Boros
This is an up-to-date practitioners' manual dealing with solutions for minority shareholders' grievances through litigation and self-help. Looking at and comparing the law in England and Australia, it deals with the common complaints of minority shareholders in listed public companies, quasi-partnership companies, and other types of companies. It covers the list of shareholders' agreements as a means of self-help, and is of value to general readers, especially small shareholders because of the growth of share owning in the UK. The book deals with the history of each remedy and indicates future trends in the law.