okay thanks I've deleted a and d, see below.
b) legal advice on shareholder agreement of company
during company set up there was 2 s/h and 2 directors (me being one of each)and it was felt a shareholder agreement was needed so legal advice was obtained to gain agreement on some unique matters of the company, and then complete the documentation although the document in the end was never actually signed.
c) legal advice on shareholder agreement of a 75% subsidiary of company
A subsidiary company was set up with another person. (75% owned by my company, 25% by other party). Legal advice was needed on the shareholder agreement and then to complete the necessary documentation but again it was never actually signed. These fees were all paid by my company.
e) legal fees paid on behalf of a subsidiary
random legal fees in relation to they're business, i.e on regulation, client issues, etc. pretty sure this is not allowed.