ASIC Corporate Investigations and Hearings: update 50 - May 2010
Middleton, Thomas (2010) ASIC Corporate Investigations and Hearings: update 50 - May 2010. Thomson Reuters, Australia.
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Highlights Original updated commentary in: Chapter 4: Investigations Chapter 6: Powers Relating to Books Chapter 8: ASIC Proceedings on Investigations Chapter 9: ASIC Hearings Chapter 10: Conduct of ASIC Hearings Chapter 11: Release of Information Chapter 13: Excuses for Non-compliance Chapter 16: Review
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