Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Corporate & business organization
Jurisdiction: 
General
Publication date: 
1999-09-01
ISBN: 
888042833
Carswell

Advising the Family-Owned Business Binder/looseleaf Subscription

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This looseleaf service is expertly designed to advise the family-owned business in legal matters. It explores the main stages in the life of the business from its start-up to its operation, and any alterations in its structure and/or participants. Supplemented with a detailed table of cases, this three-volume text deals with the various facets of family-owned business and provides an in-depth coverage on the various Business Corporations Acts of Canada.

Volume 1 thoroughly covers the aspects related to the business structure, employment, income tax, and insurance claims. Volume 2 reviews the oppression remedy, wrongful dismissal claims, and sentencing table and Volume 3 provides procedural summaries and remedies table for law practitioners.

Inside find valuable legal insight and expertise on

  • Use of trusts in a family-owned business
  • Tax issues to consider in forming a new trust
  • Putting different children in different roles
  • Estate freezes
  • Incapacity planning
  • Use of personal or family holding companies
  • Intergenerational gifts or bequests
  • Different types of insurance and their purposes, and more
Carswell

Advising the Family-Owned Business Binder/looseleaf Subscription

Availability:

Description

This looseleaf service is expertly designed to advise the family-owned business in legal matters. It explores the main stages in the life of the business from its start-up to its operation, and any alterations in its structure and/or participants. Supplemented with a detailed table of cases, this three-volume text deals with the various facets of family-owned business and provides an in-depth coverage on the various Business Corporations Acts of Canada.

Volume 1 thoroughly covers the aspects related to the business structure, employment, income tax, and insurance claims. Volume 2 reviews the oppression remedy, wrongful dismissal claims, and sentencing table and Volume 3 provides procedural summaries and remedies table for law practitioners.

Inside find valuable legal insight and expertise on

  • Use of trusts in a family-owned business
  • Tax issues to consider in forming a new trust
  • Putting different children in different roles
  • Estate freezes
  • Incapacity planning
  • Use of personal or family holding companies
  • Intergenerational gifts or bequests
  • Different types of insurance and their purposes, and more