Ata Rahmani

Ata Rahmani
Al-Maktoum College of Higher Education, Dundee · Islamic Finance

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I generally am interested in research in the area of commercial and company law broadly defined. I published papers in the area of corporate governance, tort and management and am currently working on “shareholders' claim for reflective loss”. “Shareholders have a PLS deal. They lose their investment as a result of the company’s loss, as such loss considered to be simply reflective of the company loss.

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This paper applies an Islamic economic perspective to a major conundrum besetting the Islamic world, namely, how to provide financial support to expanding ageing Muslim populations. The paper employs a qualitative method involving descriptive and analytical methods whereby primary and secondary data are analyzed to inductively form a formula for an...
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A company shareholder should have no difficulty in commencing a claim to recover the loss suffered due to a wrong done to their personal property. The right to the protection of property is a fundamental human right in English law. A wronged person whose property right is infringed will have the right to commence legal proceeding against wrongdoers...
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The law in England provides that a person who is wronged by an act of a corporate director has recourse directly and primarily against the tortfeasor director but not against the company for whom he/she works. As agents, directors lack the prerequisite authority to commit torts on behalf of their principal companies. The primary tort liability of a...
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While English company law traditionally supports the idea of shareholder control, some company law theorists have recently challenged it. In particular, it is accused of being unprofessional and discriminatory. Inexperienced and dispersed shareholders should not be allowed to take governance decisions at the exclusion of a number of non-shareholder...
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This article which involves a comparison between the company laws of England and Iran concerns the question of why of majority and minority shareholders, only the former should have the final say in corporations. It will examine three important theories of political, economic and doctrinal which have been relevant to found the rule of majority in E...
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Traditionally, British company law on the issue of liability of corporate directors for honest mismanagement recognises a division between a breach of duty of care, which imposes liability on negligent directors, and mere mismanagement, which gives them exemption. The division intends to strike a balance between management's freedom and its account...

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