Section twelve: Analysis part one - the legal context of residential care and corporate governance

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In this section you will learn about the lack of legal safeguards in relation to the provision of residential care by non-listed private companies. These are not subject to the UK Corporate Governance Code and legislative provisions that apply to listed public companies. This means, for example, that a sole director is sufficient to run a company without external or independent scrutiny, a not uncommon situation in the care market. Despite the weaknesses in the current legal position concerning private, non-listed companies (which needs urgent reform), Dr P Das and Dr N Das could have been made accountable on other grounds in both civil and criminal law. It is unclear why such steps were not pursued.
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TeitlIn Search of Accountability: A review of the neglect of older people living in care homes investigated as Operation Jasmine by Margaret Flynn
CyhoeddwrWelsh Government
Tudalennau168-202
ISBN (Argraffiad)9781473440272
StatwsCyhoeddwyd - 14 Gorff 2015
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