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How to Form a Corporation in New York (Legal Survival

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Only really appropriate for private purchases • Contract in writing first; • special resolution to approve contract; • no voting by interested parties preferably; • time limit of 18 months for plcs; • contract retained for ten years. The class alleged common law fraud, sought rescission and demanded restitution of monies paid for the advertising. CPA, s.5 prohibits claims for pure economic loss since that would be dealt with under SOGA s.53A Claims under the CPA may be made only up to ten years after the product was supplied, and within three years of the later of the date of the injury or damage (subject to certain exceptions) (CPA, Sch.2, amending the Prescription and Limitation (Scotland) Act 1973).

Pages: 240

Publisher: Sphinx Pub; 2 edition (November 2002)

ISBN: 1223013820

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