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n Transactions of the Centre for Business Law - The meaning of corporate control : chapter 2 : part one : background and general meaning of corporate control

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Abstract

Extensive literature on the subject of control has been documented over the past decades and most academic scholars agree that control is a very difficult concept to define. The foremost problem in defining control is that control is defined by various legislative provisions and augmenting policy documents to suit the specific subject of the legislation or policy. Control within the corporate industry is known as corporate control. The concept of corporate control cannot be explained in one sentence or paragraph. It is therefore the intention of this chapter to unravel the meaning of control in general and thereby explain the meaning of corporate control. Furthermore, the chapter will analyse the different types of corporate control and the diverse factors influencing corporate control.

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2010-01-01
2016-12-07
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