Corporate Law

Sanitation: keystone of public health

Safe water, adequate sanitation and personal hygiene are indispensable for human health and progress. Lack of these can seriously impact psychological and social development of communities. The worst sufferers are women and children....

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Economy looks brighter on strong macro canvass

India’s macro picture drawn on the canvass of leading economic indicators, including those affecting day-to-day life of a common household, looks far brighter and importantly more focussed than it was three years back when Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister, riding on his personal popularity and connect with the people....

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Total Quality Management- “Deming’s 14 key principles to managers for transforming business effectiveness”

William Edwards Deming known for his 14 Points (Out of the Crisis, by W. Edwards Deming, preface) and his system of thought he called the System of Profound Knowledge, was an American engineer, statistician, professor, author, lecturer, and management consultant...

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Which one is better “Company or LLP” In case FDI Comes or Overseas Shareholder?

While allowing FDI in LLP, the Government of India, has taken a very precautionary approach by only allowing FDI under approval route in sectors where 100% FDI is allowed, under the automatic route and there are no FDI-linked performance related conditions, for example sectors like power, roads, information technology, manufacturing etc ....

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Action Plan for NPA Ordinance – Sequel 2

Complementing the Ordinance on Non-Performing Assets (NPA) which originally brought a whole new breeze in the resolution space in India, RBI has come up with a press release as a further to the first step in crystallizing the concept as laid down in the Ordinance. RBI has brought a lot of changes for the purpose of implementation of the ...

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Exemption to NGOs to file missing Annual Returns till 14th June

This exemption is one time measure and available to those associations who upload their missing Annual Returns from FY 2010-11 to FY 2014-15 within this period. The renewal of registration under FCRA cannot be granted unless the Annual Returns are uploaded by the organization....

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Reforms done by the Ministry of Communications in last three years

Click here to join Online GST Certification Course Jointly by GST Professionals & Taxguru.in Shri Manoj Sinha brief about the initiatives and reforms done by the Ministry of Communications in last three years India becomes second largest network in the world with crossing the landmark of one billion telephone subscribers: Shri Manoj S...

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Raising Happy Children And Providing Safe Childhoods

Every child has the inherent potential to grow up and achieve his or her full potential and contribute positively towards the growth of nation and society. The Constitution of India grants children the highest priority for their protection and well being....

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Cabinet approves phasing out FIPB

With FIPB getting abolished, it is expected that foreign investment proposals will be considered by the concerned ministry in consultation with the DIPP. Towards this end it is hoped that DIPP comes out with clear guidelines and operating procedures defining the parameters that should be considered for clearance of proposals. This would i...

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Major achievements of Govt Social Security and Credit Schemes

Through its Major Schemes, Department of Financial Services is ensuring financial inclusion, providing social security to the people as well as providing credit to various sections of the society. The major achievements of various schemes under the Department are highlighted below...

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Husbands Income Not Sole Criterion to award Maintenance amount

Deepak Malhotra & Ors Vs Deepti Malhotra & Ors (Delhi High Court) - The Delhi High Court, in the case of Deepak Malhotra vs Deepti Malhotra and Ors, has held that the proportion of the husband’s income to be awarded as maintenance pendente lite to the wife is dependent on the surrounding circumstances and cannot be determined by a strict mathematical formula....

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State can attach Properties of ‘Defaulting’ Financial Establishments: SC

State Represented By The Prinicipal Secretary To Government, Home Vs K.S. Palanichamy And Ors. (Supreme Court of India) - Click here to join Online GST Certification Course Jointly by GST Professionals & Taxguru.in It is clear from the reading of Section 3(i) of the Tamil Nadu Protection of Interests of Depositors (In Financial Establishments) Act, 1997, that whenever complaints are received from a number of deposi...

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Salary denial for not opening Salary a/c with employers bank is illegal

T.M.Dinesh Kumar Vs Malabar Cancer Centre Socity (Kerala High Court) - Petitioners insist that they should get salary through the existing account with the SBI itself without insisting them to open accounts with the IDBI. Therefore, denial of salary to the petitioners on the ground that they did not open account with IDBI bank is illegal....

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CCI should Impose penalty on relevant turnover not on whole Turnover: SC

Excel Crop Care Limited Vs CCI (Supreme Court of India) - In fact, some justifications have already appeared in this behalf while discussing the matter on the application of doctrine of proportionality. What needs to be repeated is only that the purpose and objective behind the Act is to discourage and stop anti-competitive practice....

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Text of ICJ Judgment in the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav

Jadhav Case - India V. Pakistan (International Court Of Justice) - In the present case, the Applicant claims that Mr. Jadhav, who is an Indian national, was arrested, detained, tried and sentenced to death by Pakistan and that, despite several attempts, India was given no access to him and no possibility to communicate with him....

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Procedure to be followed to deal with resignation of ISPs of IMFs

Circular No. IRDA/INT/CIR/IMF/122/05/2017 - (25/05/2017) - Procedure to be followed to deal with resignation of Insurance Sales Persons (ISPs) of Insurance Marketing Firms (IMFs). On receipt of resignation letter from an ISP, the IMF has to forward the same along with the copy of its registration certificate either to the Life Insurance Council or General ...

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Govt bans Sale of Cows for Slaughter at Animal Markets

Notification No. G.S.R. 494(E) - (23/05/2017) - Cancellation of registration of animal market.If the District Animal Market Monitoring Committee, suo moto or on receipt of a complaint, comes to the conclusion that an animal market is functioning in contravention of these rules, it may direct the cancellation of registration of such market after ...

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Custody, Cost of care and keeping of animals pending litigation

G.S.R.495(E) - (23/05/2017) - When an animal has been seized under the provision of the Act or the rules made thereunder— (a) the authority seizing the animal shall ensure health inspection, identification and marking such animal, through the jurisdictional veterinary officer deployed at Government Veterinary Hospital of the a...

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Part XIV of Chapter VI of Finance Act 2017 applicable from 26.05.2017

Notification No. S.O. 1696(E) - (26/05/2017) - Central Government hereby appoints the 26th day of May, 2017 as the date on which the provisions of the PART XIV of Chapter VI of the said Act shall come into force....

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Payment of Transaction Charges and Cash-out Incentives on Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) and PAHAL transactions

F. No. 32(07)/PF-H/2011 (Vol, II) - (26/05/2017) - All DBT and PAHAL (including kerosene) transactions to be routed through the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI). A transaction cost of Rs. 50/- would be payable for each transaction to be shared between the sponsor banks, destination entities and NPCI in the ratio of Rs.0.10, Rs.0.25 and R...

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Husbands Income Not Sole Criterion to award Maintenance amount

Deepak Malhotra & Ors Vs Deepti Malhotra & Ors (Delhi High Court)

The Delhi High Court, in the case of Deepak Malhotra vs Deepti Malhotra and Ors, has held that the proportion of the husband’s income to be awarded as maintenance pendente lite to the wife is dependent on the surrounding circumstances and cannot be determined by a strict mathematical formula....

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Procedure to be followed to deal with resignation of ISPs of IMFs

Circular No. IRDA/INT/CIR/IMF/122/05/2017 (25/05/2017)

Procedure to be followed to deal with resignation of Insurance Sales Persons (ISPs) of Insurance Marketing Firms (IMFs). On receipt of resignation letter from an ISP, the IMF has to forward the same along with the copy of its registration certificate either to the Life Insurance Council or General Insurance Council as per the above alloc...

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Govt bans Sale of Cows for Slaughter at Animal Markets

Notification No. G.S.R. 494(E) (23/05/2017)

Cancellation of registration of animal market.If the District Animal Market Monitoring Committee, suo moto or on receipt of a complaint, comes to the conclusion that an animal market is functioning in contravention of these rules, it may direct the cancellation of registration of such market after giving reasonable opportunity of being h...

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Custody, Cost of care and keeping of animals pending litigation

G.S.R.495(E) (23/05/2017)

When an animal has been seized under the provision of the Act or the rules made thereunder— (a) the authority seizing the animal shall ensure health inspection, identification and marking such animal, through the jurisdictional veterinary officer deployed at Government Veterinary Hospital of the area and marking may be done by ear taggi...

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Sanitation: keystone of public health

Safe water, adequate sanitation and personal hygiene are indispensable for human health and progress. Lack of these can seriously impact psychological and social development of communities. The worst sufferers are women and children....

Read More
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Part XIV of Chapter VI of Finance Act 2017 applicable from 26.05.2017

Notification No. S.O. 1696(E) (26/05/2017)

Central Government hereby appoints the 26th day of May, 2017 as the date on which the provisions of the PART XIV of Chapter VI of the said Act shall come into force....

Read More

Payment of Transaction Charges and Cash-out Incentives on Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) and PAHAL transactions

F. No. 32(07)/PF-H/2011 (Vol, II) (26/05/2017)

All DBT and PAHAL (including kerosene) transactions to be routed through the National Payment Corporation of India (NPCI). A transaction cost of Rs. 50/- would be payable for each transaction to be shared between the sponsor banks, destination entities and NPCI in the ratio of Rs.0.10, Rs.0.25 and Rs.0.15 in accordance with the extant NPC...

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Economy looks brighter on strong macro canvass

India’s macro picture drawn on the canvass of leading economic indicators, including those affecting day-to-day life of a common household, looks far brighter and importantly more focussed than it was three years back when Narendra Modi took over as the Prime Minister, riding on his personal popularity and connect with the people....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Total Quality Management- “Deming’s 14 key principles to managers for transforming business effectiveness”

William Edwards Deming known for his 14 Points (Out of the Crisis, by W. Edwards Deming, preface) and his system of thought he called the System of Profound Knowledge, was an American engineer, statistician, professor, author, lecturer, and management consultant...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Which one is better “Company or LLP” In case FDI Comes or Overseas Shareholder?

While allowing FDI in LLP, the Government of India, has taken a very precautionary approach by only allowing FDI under approval route in sectors where 100% FDI is allowed, under the automatic route and there are no FDI-linked performance related conditions, for example sectors like power, roads, information technology, manufacturing etc ....

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |
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Corporate Law News

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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