Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Company Law

This is the law which companies are governed by. Companies Act 1985 and its amendments are the main source of company law. Other Act's can and are complied by companies as they fall under it's scope. e.g employment law.

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Chargeable Income Core Competencies SSL - Secure Sockets Layer
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Wanton ISP Dram
Overbought JCO Org chart
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Bonds Bonded Goods Manufacturing cell
Underwithholding Open End Credit Continuous Supply Of Goods
T-account Trademark Won
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Force Majeure Residual Input Tax Benefits in kind
Home Bias Coin of the realm Yankee market
Cost of Capital Interest rate risk Qualification period

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