Corporate Law

Revamping India’s 3E’s

Solving India’s problems of poverty are complicated by the 10 lac kids joining the labour force every month for the next 10 years – our demographic dividend. But the only sustainable solution to both is recognizing that jobs and skills change lives in ways that no subsidy ever can. ...

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Need for Defining Misconduct for Advocates

The question of creating a conducive environment for the effective regulation of the profession requires a statutory framework. This statute provides for the regulator’s powers in many subtle ways. The specificity of the words employed in the statute is one such subtle way in which powers and duties are framed....

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Identifying Criteria of Hate Speech

Freedom of speech is an essence to a democratic society, and limitations are subject to scrutiny. The Supreme Court of India in Shreya Singhal v. Union of India97 had differentiated between three forms of speech, discussion, advocacy and incitement....

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Unauthorised Practice of Law – A Study

Advocate Rajnish R. Singla “Unauthorized practice of law” (UPL) is an act sometimes prohibited by statute, regulation, or court rules. Definition The definition of “unauthorized practice of law” is variable, and is often conclusory and tautological, i.e., it is the doing of a lawyers or counsellor’s work by a...

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Legal Education in India

The mandate to the Commission is centred on regulating the conduct of advocates in the profession. It is necessary to point out that it would only be a piecemeal effort of addressing the issues involved if, we do not realise that the regulatory scheme for the maintenance of standards should run in a straight line from the stage of educati...

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Form strategy to unlock growth potential in UP’s dairy industry

Apex industry body ASSOCHAM today urged the BJP-led Uttar Pradesh (UP) government to formulate a suitable strategy for unlocking the significant growth potential of dairy sector in the state through productivity enhancement, strengthening and expanding village level infrastructure for milk procurement and providing producers with greater ...

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Credit growth in exports, shipping, farm mark uptick in sentiment: ASSOCHAM

Export credit grew by a handsome 32 per cent in the current financial year , helped by a smart recovery in the global demand, also leading to an upturn in shipping, an ASSOCHAM Paper has said....

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Salient features of the new Trade Mark Rules, 2017

Government has notified the new Trade Mark Rules, 2017 on 6th March, 2017 to streamline and simplify the processing of trade mark applications in the country. Some of the salient features of the new Trade Mark Rules, 2017 are as under:...

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Text of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme on All India Radio on 26.03.2017

My dear countrymen, we must take our fight against black money and corruption to the next level. Can 125 crore countrymen resolve to undertake 2500 crores digital transactions during this year? We have made an announcement in the Budget. Our 125 crore countrymen, if they wish to do so, they need not wait for a year; they can do it in six ...

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Law Commission report on law dealing with Food Adulteration

Report No. 264 The Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill, 2017 (Provisions dealing with Food Adulteration) January, 2017- Our increasing daily need and fast growing lifestyle has resulted in availability of innumerable food and food products in the market, instant food and instant cooking has become a common requirement in every household today. ...

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Courts not meant for Frivolous Litigation; No Stay on Release of Phillauri: Bombay HC

Dashrath B Rathod & Ors Vs. Fox Star Studios India Pvt Ltd & ors (Bombay High Court) - Plantiff says that there is urgency because the Defendants' film Phillauri, alleged to be in violation of the Plaintiffs' copyright in their 2013 Gujarati, Bhojpuri and Nepali film Mangal Phera, is slated for public theatrical release just a few day hence — this very Friday, 24th March 2017. ...

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Reminder cannot be construed as an admission of non-service of notice: SC

N Paraeswaran Unni Vs G Kannan and Another (Supreme Court of India) - There is no bar under the N.I. Act to send a reminder notice to the drawer of the cheque and usually such notice cannot be construed as an admission of non-service of the first notice by the appellant as has happened in this case....

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NI Act: Order Imprisoning for Default to Pay Compensation Appealable

P.S. Mitra Partha Sarathi Mitra Vs Manor Travels Private Limited and Another (Calcutta High Court) - The short question which falls for decision in this case is whether a judgment and order of conviction and sentence of imprisonment till the rising of the Court and an order of compensation imposed under Section 357(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure with a direction to undergo imprisonment in def...

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Arbitral tribunal has no power to appoint Court Receiver, High Court

M/s. Shakti International Private Limited Vs M/s. Excel Metal Processors Private Limited (Bombay High Court) - The above Court Receivers Report dated 28th December, 2016 (Report) is filed by the Court Receiver, High Court, Bombay, seeking directions on Whether the Registry should accept the matters wherein the Arbitral Tribunal appoints the Court Receiver, High Court, Bombay, as a Receiver for execution of o...

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Hike in Tuition Fee For Installing air conditioning system is illegal

ST Marks SR Sec Public School & ANR Vs Director of Education and ORS (Delhi High Court) - Director of Education has held that 15% additional increase in tuition fee for the session 2015-2016 by the Schools for air conditioning system is illegal and liable to be refunded / adjusted. ...

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Vessels sharing agreements of liner shipping out of CCI Purview-Reg.

Notification No. S.O. 950(E) - (21/03/2017) - Central Govt exempts Vessels Sharing Agreements of Liner Shipping Industry from provisions of section 3 of Competition Act, 2012 for a period of three months WEF 21.03.2017...

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PF & withdrawal benefit on date of leaving service to International Worker

File No. IWU/7/)(25)/2017 /Payment of PF and Withdrawal Benefits/34140 - (23/03/2017) - In order to facilate payment of Provident Fund and withdrawal benefit under EPS, 1995 to International Workers on the date of leaving service in India, the following instructions are issued:-...

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Aadhaar Seeding Services by EPFO offices for KYC Seeding

No. CAIU/011(27)2016/KYC/34320 - (24/03/2017) - In pursuance to the policy of the Government of India, of optimum use of information technology for efficient service delivery and widening the reach of EPF benefits, appropriate guidelines have been issued from this once for installation and operatonalisation of proper infrastructure in the field o...

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Govt. mandates Aadhaar for AC&ABC Scheme

Notification No. G.S.R. 278(E) - (23/03/2017) - G.S.R. 278(E).—Whereas, the use of Aadhaar as identity document for delivery of services or benefits or subsidies simplifies the Government delivery processes, brings in transparency and efficiency, and enables beneficiaries to get their entitlements directly in a convenient and seamless manner an...

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Determination of pensionable salary exceeding statutory wages ceiling

No: Pension-I/12/33/EPS Amendment/96/VoI.II/34007 - (23/03/2017) - Allowing members of the Employees' Pension Scheme, 1995 the benefit of the actual salary in the Pension Fund exceeding wage limit of either Rs. 5000/- or Rs. 6500 per month from the effective date respectively as per the Hon'ble Supreme Court's order in SLP No.33032-33033 of 2015 ...

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Courts not meant for Frivolous Litigation; No Stay on Release of Phillauri: Bombay HC

Dashrath B Rathod & Ors Vs. Fox Star Studios India Pvt Ltd & ors (Bombay High Court)

Plantiff says that there is urgency because the Defendants' film Phillauri, alleged to be in violation of the Plaintiffs' copyright in their 2013 Gujarati, Bhojpuri and Nepali film Mangal Phera, is slated for public theatrical release just a few day hence — this very Friday, 24th March 2017. ...

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Reminder cannot be construed as an admission of non-service of notice: SC

N Paraeswaran Unni Vs G Kannan and Another (Supreme Court of India)

There is no bar under the N.I. Act to send a reminder notice to the drawer of the cheque and usually such notice cannot be construed as an admission of non-service of the first notice by the appellant as has happened in this case....

Read More

NI Act: Order Imprisoning for Default to Pay Compensation Appealable

P.S. Mitra Partha Sarathi Mitra Vs Manor Travels Private Limited and Another (Calcutta High Court)

The short question which falls for decision in this case is whether a judgment and order of conviction and sentence of imprisonment till the rising of the Court and an order of compensation imposed under Section 357(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure with a direction to undergo imprisonment in default of payment of such compensation is ...

Read More

Revamping India’s 3E’s

Solving India’s problems of poverty are complicated by the 10 lac kids joining the labour force every month for the next 10 years – our demographic dividend. But the only sustainable solution to both is recognizing that jobs and skills change lives in ways that no subsidy ever can. ...

Read More
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Need for Defining Misconduct for Advocates

The question of creating a conducive environment for the effective regulation of the profession requires a statutory framework. This statute provides for the regulator’s powers in many subtle ways. The specificity of the words employed in the statute is one such subtle way in which powers and duties are framed....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Identifying Criteria of Hate Speech

Freedom of speech is an essence to a democratic society, and limitations are subject to scrutiny. The Supreme Court of India in Shreya Singhal v. Union of India97 had differentiated between three forms of speech, discussion, advocacy and incitement....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Vessels sharing agreements of liner shipping out of CCI Purview-Reg.

Notification No. S.O. 950(E) (21/03/2017)

Central Govt exempts Vessels Sharing Agreements of Liner Shipping Industry from provisions of section 3 of Competition Act, 2012 for a period of three months WEF 21.03.2017...

Read More

Form strategy to unlock growth potential in UP’s dairy industry

Apex industry body ASSOCHAM today urged the BJP-led Uttar Pradesh (UP) government to formulate a suitable strategy for unlocking the significant growth potential of dairy sector in the state through productivity enhancement, strengthening and expanding village level infrastructure for milk procurement and providing producers with greater ...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Credit growth in exports, shipping, farm mark uptick in sentiment: ASSOCHAM

Export credit grew by a handsome 32 per cent in the current financial year , helped by a smart recovery in the global demand, also leading to an upturn in shipping, an ASSOCHAM Paper has said....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Unauthorised Practice of Law – A Study

Advocate Rajnish R. Singla “Unauthorized practice of law” (UPL) is an act sometimes prohibited by statute, regulation, or court rules. Definition The definition of “unauthorized practice of law” is variable, and is often conclusory and tautological, i.e., it is the doing of a lawyers or counsellor’s work by a...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |
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Corporate law deals with the operations and formation of corporations and is related to contract and other commercial law. Corporations are legal entities which are created through the incorporation laws of the state, the corporation is a legal and a distinct person which can sue and can be sued, separate from the stockholders. Until a corporation formally dissolves, it has a perpetual life; the demise of its stockholders or officials does not amend the structure of the corporation. Creation, operation, and their dissolution are governed by several laws such as the Company Law, Insolvency and the Bankruptcy law, Real Estate law, Gratuity Act, Minimum wages Act, Negotiable Instrument Act, Essential Commodities, SRFAESI Act, Competition Act, FDI Regulations etc.

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