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Archive material - Passage and implementation of the Companies Act 2006

The Companies Act 2006 is the longest Act in history, running to 1,300 sections. It introduces many reforms and is a consolidation of virtually all existing company legislation. It is written in simplified language, with a particular focus on small businesses. The Government claims that it will help businesses save £250 million a year.

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