Reasserting the distinctive character of share-holder remedies in Scotland - Wilson v Inverness Retail and Business Park Ltd

Goddard, Robert (2003). Reasserting the distinctive character of share-holder remedies in Scotland - Wilson v Inverness Retail and Business Park Ltd. Juridical Review, 2 , pp. 209-217.

Abstract

Juridical Review. Looks at the question of whether an individual shareholder has title to bring an action on the company's behalf in exceptional circumstances, as considered in the cases of Anderson v Hogg and Wilson v Inverness Retail & Business Park Ltd. Examines the difference between English and Scottish law in this area, notwithstanding the reliance on English case law in Scotland due to the small number of Scottish cases decided. Looks at progress towards the reform of company law and the impact it will have on a shareholder's title to sue.

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