Trading arrangements, Business Law and Ethics

Trading arrangements:

From this statement, it can be inferred that, if a court held that a company acted in a particular instance as an agent of its holding company, the veil of incorporation would have been lifted. This is illustrated by the  decision in Firestone Tyre & Rubber Co v Llewellin (12) in which it was held, on the basis of the trading  arrangements between the holding company and its  subsidiary, that the subsidiary was the agent of the holding company.

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