Dr. Ulrich Eder is the author of the first German-language reference book on Thailand’s company laws. The book is published by Germany’s oldest publishing house C.H.Beck (established 1763). It is part of the renowned collected edition “Company laws of the world” aka. Corporate laws of the world, with one of the most prestigious German law firms as lead editor.
The reference book has been attentively written over a period of two years and reflects the latest status of the jurisdiction of Thailand’s Supreme Court, selected provincial court decisions, as well as current industry practices, accompanied by an apparatus of academic footnotes with references to important documents, related subjects, and official publications.
This one-of-a-kind reference book contains detailed reports on the corporate laws of more than 50 countries worldwide. Within each report the following information is presented: The legal status of private limited liability companies; the legal status of public companies; regstration requirements; foundation; duration; name; legal capacity; memorandum and articles of association; capital and protection of capital; rights and duties of shareholders; corporate bodies and officers; the power of representation; liability of corporate bodies; liability of shareholders; listing of the corporation; employee participation; annual financial statement: disclosure obligations; transfer of shares; encumbrance of shares; establishment of branches; insolvency; liquidation and winding-up; taxation; conversion; conflict of laws; cross-border structuring; overview of the law concerning capital markets.
The reference book can be acquired at any German specialist bookstore or online, above all at Amazon.