Case Study: Foss v Harbottle (1843)

By | December 31, 2020
Case Study: Foss v Harbottle (1843)

Last Updated on 2 years by Admin LB In the area of corporate law, the rule of Foss v Harbottle has developed a fundamental principle: the company itself is the proper plaintiff over an injustice committed to a company. Along with the “Salomon” concept of separate legal personality of corporations, this principle has been of invaluable value to...

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