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About the Book
By the Committee on Corporate Laws
Available January 2008, the Fourth Edition of the Model Business Corporation Act Annotated, which was first promulgated in 1950 by the Committee on Corporate Laws of the American Bar Association's Section of Business Law. The Committee has regularly reviewed and revised the Act since that time, including a major revision in 1969, substantial changes to the financial provisions in 1980 and a completely revised Act in 1984.
The current Model Act is based on the 1984 Act with significant amendments published in supplements regularly thereafter, including, most recently, 2005. This Fourth Edition contains all amendments to the text of the Model Act and Official Comments through December, 2007, as well as relevant case summaries, law review and ALR citations and amendments to the corporation statutes of the 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Substantive changes to the Act since 1984 are described in the Introduction.
The Model Act is acknowledged and followed as a principal leading model of corporation statutes in the United States, having been adopted in whole or substantial part as the corporation statute of 30 states, while selected provisions of the Act have been adopted by many other states.
A detailed table of contents, index, statutory cross-reference table and table of cases are included.
An accompany CD-ROM will include the complete text of the Annotated Act in pdf form.
The Committee plans annual supplements to the Model Business Corporation Act Annotated, Fourth Edition beginning January 2009.
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