(Cantab.) Enforcement of 'outsider' rights. Henham, R. ORCID: 0000-0002-5631-0214, 1979. The enforcement of outsider rights under section 20 (1) of the Companies Act 1948. , p. 203. 1 Outsiders ALL social groups make rules and at tempt, at some times and under some circumstances, to enforce them. Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full text. II) The right to sell oneself into Slavery for the benefit of their military division, college, and/or Gens. I) The right to join the College of Gladiators. Prentice considers the case of Haynes v Bristol Plant Hire Ltd.where, a resolution was passed at the time when a director has been wrongly excluded. Full text not available from this repository. To be allowed access they may not have any of the following equipped; 37 Graham N. Prentice, “The Enforcement of ‘Outsider’ Rights.” (1980) 1 Co. Lawyer 179. 38 This appears to be a land law analogy, presumably to the powers of a mortgagee. Lecturer in Law, University of Birmingham. Social rules define situations and the kinds of behavior appropriate to them, specifying some actions as "right" and forbidding others as "wrong." THE ENFORCEMENT OF OUTSIDER-RIGHTS UNDER SECTION 20 (1) OF THE COMPANIES ACT 1948 IN the preface to the second edition of his book on The Principles of Modern Company Lawe 1 Professor Gower wrote:" My many discussions with Mr. Wedderburn were particularly helpful to me and I regret that it was not until after this ), LL.B. III) The right to be in public places, such as circus', arenas, temples, theatres, gardens, and other public places of public gathering. This point again seems contrary to the effect of Wood v. Type Article Author(s) G Prentice Date 1980 Volume 1 Issue 4 Page start 179 Page end 185 OpenURL Check for local electronic subscriptions Is part of Journal Title The Company lawyer Date … Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. the enforcement of outsider‐rights under section 20 (1) of the companies act 1948 G. D. GoldbergB.A LL.B.(Melb.