The Interior (Red Princess Mystery, Book 2) by Lisa See

By Lisa See

"See paints a desirable portrait of a fancy and enigmatic society, within which not anything is ever rather because it seems to be, and of the folks, peasant and aristocrat alike, who're sure by way of its refined strictures."

--San Diego Union-Tribune

While David Stark is requested to open a legislations place of work in Beijing, his lover, detective Liu Hulan, gets an pressing message from an previous pal imploring her to enquire the suspicious loss of life of her daughter, who labored for a toy corporation approximately to be bought to David's new patron, Tartan Enterprises.

Despite David's protests, Hulan is going undercover on the toy manufacturing unit within the rural village of Da Shui, deep within the center of China. it's a position that forces Hulan to stand a previous she has lengthy been working from. as soon as there, instead of discovering solutions to the girl's demise, Hulan finds extra questions, all of which aspect to attainable crimes dedicated via David's customer. unexpectedly Hulan and David locate themselves on opposing aspects: one in every of them is attempting to show a firm and unearth a killer, whereas the opposite is ethically certain to defend his buyer. As pressures mount and probability raises, Hulan and David discover common truths approximately stable and evil, correct and wrong--and the occasionally sophisticated strains that distinguish them.

"[See] illuminates culture and alter, Western and jap cultural adjustments. . . . All this in the midst of her mystery that is additionally approximately greed, corruption, abuse of the deprived, the desperation of these at the backside of the nutrition chain, and love."

--The Tennessean

"Sophisticated . . . sleek . . . See's photo of latest China's dating with the USA is aptly performed out via her characters."

--Los Angeles Times

"Immediate, haunting and exquisitely rendered."

--San Francisco Chronicle

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36. 31 cc) Die Prüfungstiefe der Kontrolle des Registergerichts Von den bisherigen Erörterungen ist die Frage abzugrenzen, inwieweit das Registergericht zur Ermittlung des Sachverhalts verpflichtet ist (vgl. § 12 FGG). Es stellt sich die Frage, ob der Registerrichter sich auf die Richtigkeit der Angaben der Gesellschaft verlassen kann oder ob er den Sachverhalt selbst ermitteln muss. 137 Das Registergericht hat danach in zwei Schritten vorzugehen: Die Prüfung hat zunächst lediglich anhand der bei der Anmeldung abgegebenen Unterlagen zu erfolgen.

3 S. 1 i. V. m. 16 Abs. 2 S. 1 UmwG, §§ 319 Abs. 6 S. 1 i. V. m. 319 Abs. 5 S. 1 AktG). Die Bestandskraft wird nur im umwandlungsrechtlichen Unbedenklichkeitsverfahren angeordnet, und zwar durch das Gesetz und nicht durch das Prozessgericht im Unbedenk- 96 OLG Jena 2006, 1989 (1991); K. Schmidt, in: FS Happ, 2006, S. 259 (267). 97 K. Schmidt, in: FS Happ, 2006, S. 259 (267). Eine beliebte Trittbrettfahrerstrategie ist jüngst vom BGH zunichte gemacht worden. Häufig erklärten zahlreiche Personen bei anhängigen Anfechtungsklagen die Nebenintervention, ohne jedoch substantiell zum Prozessgeschehen beizutragen.

Berwiegend wird dagegen auf §§ 144 Abs. 2, 142 FGG abgestellt. So kann ein nichtiger Hauptversammlungsbeschluss von Amts wegen gelöscht werden, wenn er nach seinem Inhalt gegen zwingende Vorschriften verstößt. Zwar sind diese Vorschriften unmittelbar nur anwendbar, wenn der Beschluss bereits eingetragen wurde, nicht dagegen, wenn die Eintragung erst zu prüfen ist. 115 Zudem spricht § 142 FGG, auf den § 144 Abs. 2 FGG verweist, von einer „unzulässigen“ Eintragung. Daraus lässt sich schließen, dass eine nichtige Eintragung immer unzulässig ist.

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