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SPICE Form: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

How to apply for Incorporation of Company with Foreign Subscribers, without violating the Rule 13 of the Companies (Incorporation) Rules, 2014? Solution: Rule 13 provide manner of signing of MOA & AOA. Like: in case of foreign subscribers MOA & AOA should be notary in the country of origin, apostillised, authenticated by a Diplomatic or C...

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Highest management in new companies Act

Typically, companies have various levels or hierarchies of employees with base levels starting from the workers followed by supervisors, executives, managers, senior managers, general managers, to the top management usually consisting of functional directors and ultimately the managing director....

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Substitution of RBI nominee in NACAS

S.O...(E) (08/02/2017)

MCA Notification on Re-constitution of National Advisory Committee on Accounting Standards (NACAS)-Substitution of RBI nominee...

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Draft Ind AS compliant Schedule III to Companies Act 2013 for NBFCs

Following is the Exposure Draft of the Ind AS-compliant Schedule III to the Companies Act, 2013, for Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFCs) issued by the Accounting Standards Board of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, for comments. ...

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All About New Version Of SPICe (Form INC-32)

As part of the Ministry’s efforts towards promoting Ease of Doing Business to stakeholders, MCA (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) notified the New version of SPICe (Form INC-32) with date of effect as 30th January 2017...

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Procedure for Winding Up of a Company by Tribunal

According to section 270 of Companies Act, 2013, there are two ways in which a company can be wound up : either by the tribunal or voluntarily. The sections pertaining to Winding up by the Tribunal have been notified and put into force. The procedure for the same is given hereunder:...

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Winding up of companies by a tribunal- Comparison with Earlier Act

Article compares differences between Companies Act 2013 and Companies Act, 1956 in respect of wound up of a Company by National Company Law Tribunal. Article Compares Section recently notified Section 271, 273, 274, 275, 277, 280, 281,287,302,332,336,337,338, 339(3), 342, 344, 348(7), 352, vide notification no. S.O. 3677(E) dated 07.12.20...

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Calculation of profit for CSR and Managerial Remuneration

Section 198 lays down the manner of calculation of Net Profit of a company in any financial year for the purpose of both CSR and Managerial Remuneration. It is the duty of company secretaries to assist in these calculations and easy out the understand of section to the board and other professionals....

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Corporate Frauds- Prevention Detection & Deterrence in Digital Economy

From above discussion we can conclude that Digital economy will be able to prevent and detect the fraud at the early stage but its ultimate prevention is in the hands of the key managerial personnel because the implementation of all the Systems for prevention of frauds is in their hands. Along with the effective information system there m...

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Checklist on Right Issue of Shares to existing shareholders

Finalize the draft letter of offer for issuing equity shares through right issue. No specific format of Letter of offer is prescribed. However letter of offer shall contain offer price, face value of shares, Mode & terms of payment and right to renounce....

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Company Law News India

Corporate law also known as the company law is the study of how the directors, shareholders, creditors, employees and other participants in the community, consumers, and the environment work together with each other. Company law deals with organizations which are registered or incorporated under the Indian company law. The latest Companies Act is the Act which controls the incorporation of companies, responsibilities of companies, directors and laws relating to dissolution of any company. The newly constituted Companies Act 2013 is divided into twenty-nine chapters comprising 470 with 7 schedules. This Act replaced the previous Companies Act, 1956 on August 29th, 2013. The newly constituted Act came into action on September 12th, 2013 with number of changes.

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