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Companies Investigation and Public Law



A company can be investigated by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for a range of civil and criminal actions, and an investigation into the affairs of a company can have far reaching implications for all those involved. In 1995-1996 there were 3,151 requests for DTI consideration of which 1,341 were accepted for formal consideration. There were a further 400 investigations under the Companies Acts and section 44 of the Insurance Act 1982. This book not only deals with these statutory investigations themselves, but it places them in their public law context, studying in detail the large impact public law principles have had on this area of law.


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