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  • Title: Corporation Law
  • Author: Atty. David Robert Aquino and Atty. Aristeo Cruz
  • Publisher: Central Book Supply, Inc.
  • ISBN: 978-971-011-183-1
  • No. Of Pages: 206
  • Size: 6"x9"
  • Edition: 2010
  • Binding: Softbound
  • Description:

    The study of the law on corporations, let alone teaching it,is no easy task.

    This difficulty is all the more compounded in the classroom setting where the professor has to continually find ways of making the subject matter appealable to the modern student.

    Thus, the authors have come up with a collaboration that seeks to present the Corporation Code in what we term “palatable” manner.

    While the entirety of the Code is supplied, notes taken from jurisprudence are used in order to highlight and explain the import or tenor of the law. The students are then exposed to the codal provisions of the law - for them to read and examine for themselves with the authors’ notes as guide and reference.

    Also, the authors have veered away from the usual practice of providing case digests and have opted instead to integrate the ratio decidendi of each chosen case in an unbroken narrative seam. With this approach, the student’s appreciation of the provision will be enhanced and his attention will not be diverted by stand-alone case digests.

    Taking also into consideration the fact that some schools integrate the study of the law on partnerships with that of the law on corporations, the authors have integrated a short presentation on this subject, at the beginning of this work.

    As this is a humble attempt to provide students with a different approach in understanding and hopefully, appreciating corporation law, this work does not in any way purport to be an exhaustive or comprehensive discussion of the subject.

    It is, rather, a dedicated attempt by two professors of law to provide the student with a handy reference material to understanding and, in the long run, appreciating what would otherwise be a tedious subject.