Commercial rights and duties

 

The law imposes various obligations upon businesses today. No longer can a business pursue purely financial objectives – they must also consider the environment in which they operate, their consumers, their shareholder and other stakeholders. The Companies Act 2006 now imposes various regulatory requirements upon businesses, and codifies common law principles such as directors' duties.

In this section we outline some of the regulatory requirements that your business should be aware of and how you can ensure compliance.

If you would like to obtain legal advice on commercial rights and duties, we can help to put you in touch with local specialist commercial solicitors for free. Call our experienced case handlers on 0800 1777 162 and let our dedicated case handlers match you with an expert solicitor.

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