Author: Germany, Hannes Schneider, Martin H. Heidenhain
Publisher: Kluwer Law Intl
This book contains an English translation of the German Stock Corporation Law. The English and German texts are synoptically arranged. The introduction provides a concise overview of the main elements of the law and facilitates an understanding of the complex statutory provisions For The English-speaking reader. The main characteristics of both types of stock corporations in Germany, The AG And The KGaA, are described and explained. Several legal aspects of stock corporations, such as their formation and management, shareholders, minority rights, capital, integration, and mergers are covered in this book. The index is also arranged in bi-lingual form. This book reflects the prevailing state of legislation and will prove valuable to foreign lawyers and business people dealing with stock corporations.
Author: Ann M. Castro
Publisher: The Bird School
Parrot expert Ann Castro teaches you how to clicker train your parrot or other bird. Exercises are for beginners.
Author: David Austin
Publisher: Antique Collectors Club Limited
Describes approx. 560 roses in detail and contains over 160 magnificent colour photographs. It provides cultivation and pruning advice for each main grouping of roses. The book was written by a rose breeder and commercial grower of vast experience and is available in a handy pocket- sized format.
Author: Daniel Otte
Publisher: Academy of Natural Sciences
This work began with 12 months of field work in Australia between June 1968 & June 1969. During approx. 46,000 miles of travel the authors obtained data at 905 different localities, & visited all of the major Australian collections. Material in the European museums was examined on the return trip to the U.S. & many types were borrowed later. The National Insect Collection at Canberra subsequently sent their entire collection of crickets for further study & the Univ. of Queensland sent a major part of their collection. This work includes 492 species of which 376 are new. These species are arranged in 85 genera of which 41 are new. Fourteen previously published names are synonymized & 17 names are treated as ¿nomina dubia.¿ Illustrations.