The redrafting of the Companies Acts 1963–2012 ushered in significant changes to Irish company law and all company law practitioners and company law students in Ireland will need to be up to speed with the new Act's provisions.
In this new edition, the Companies Act 2014 is updated to account for all changes to it, up to and including the Companies (Statutory Audits) Act 2018.
The 2018 Act makes over 50 significant changes to the 2014 Act, most of which relate to the statutory audits of annual accounts and consolidated accounts.
The Companies Act 2014: 2018 Edition is the only fully consolidated, single-volume, hard-copy edition of this Act.
Read an extract of Companies Act 2014: 2018 Edition
Table of Contents
Companies Act 2014 Part 1 Preliminary and General Part 2 Incorporation and Registration Part 3 Share Capital, Shares and Certain Other Instruments Part 4 Corporate Governance Part 5 Duties of Directors and Other Officers Part 6 Financial Statements, Annual Return and Audit Part 7 Charges and Debentures Part 8 Receivers Part 9 Reorganisations, Acquisitions, Mergers and Divisions Part 10 Examinerships Part 11 Winding Up Part 12 Strike Off and Restoration Part 13 Investigations Part 14 Compliance and Enforcement Part 15 Functions of Registrar and of Regulatory and Advisory Bodies Part 16 Designated Activity Companies Part 17 Public Limited Companies Part 18 Guarantee Companies Part 19 Unlimited Companies Part 20 Re-registration Part 21 External Companies Part 22 Unregistered Companies And Joint Stock Companies Part 23 Public Offers of Securities, Financial Reporting by Traded Companies, Prevention of Market Abuse, etc Part 24 Investment Companies Part 25 Miscellaneous Part 26 Payments to Governments Part 27 Statutory Audits Schedules