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Simple way to understand Substantially Interested Public Companies

Company Law - Under Section 2(18) of the Income tax a company is said to be a company in which the public are substantially interested in the following circumstances: (a) if it is a company owned by the Government or the Reserve Bank of India or in which not less than forty per cent of the shares are held (whether singly or taken together) by the Gover...

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Distinction Between A Public Limited Company And a Private Limited Company

Company Law - Distinction Between A Public Company And a Private Company – Following are the main points of difference between a Public Company and a Private Company :- 1. Minimum Paid-up Capital : A company to be Incorporated as a Private Company must have a minimum paid-up capital of Rs. 1,00,000, whereas a Public Company must have a minimum paid-u...

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Guidelines for deciding cases for availability of names for formation of Companies under Companies Act, 1956

Company Law - Guiding instructions for availability of names:-The procedure for scrutinizing the availability of names of new companies has recently been re-examined carefully in this Department, having taken into account the difficulties experienced by some Registrars in the following the instruction given to them vide Departmentâ...

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Drafting Articles of Association?

Company Law - “Section 26. There may be in the case of public company limited by shares and there shall in the case of an unlimited company or a company limited by guarantee or a private company limited by shares, be registered with the memorandum, articles of association signed by the subscribers of the memorandum, prescribing regulations for the Co...

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“Corporate Governance” – Corporate Law – An Understanding?

Company Law - Company Law is very complicated and interesting subject. If we look at all the corporate regulations or law, it is very clear that it focuses mainly on the interests of the shareholders. The liability of the members is limited in limited companies and as such the shareholders will be clueless often when their investment in the Company is ...

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Listed public and private sector companie must increase public holding by 25 % by August 2013

Company Law - Capital market regulator, SEBI today said both public and private sector companies will have to increase public shareholding to a minimum of 25 per cent by August 2013 and there will be no relaxation of the guidelines. SEBI Chairman Mr. U K Sinha told this to reporters on the sidelines of Bombay Stock Exchange function in Mumbai today....

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MCA decided to relax the norms for companies to maintain minimum paid-up capital

Company Law - The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has decided to relax the norms for companies to maintain minimum paid-up capital. According to the Companies Act 1956, the minimum paid-up capital for a private company is Rs 1 lakh and for a listed company Rs 5 lakh. According to official sources, while a company can be set up with any amount, but ...

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Simple way to understand Substantially Interested Public Companies

Under Section 2(18) of the Income tax a company is said to be a company in which the public are substantially interested in the following circumstances: (a) if it is a company owned by the Government or the Reserve Bank of India or in which not less than forty per cent of the shares are held (whether singly or taken together) by the Gover...

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Listed public and private sector companie must increase public holding by 25 % by August 2013

Capital market regulator, SEBI today said both public and private sector companies will have to increase public shareholding to a minimum of 25 per cent by August 2013 and there will be no relaxation of the guidelines. SEBI Chairman Mr. U K Sinha told this to reporters on the sidelines of Bombay Stock Exchange function in Mumbai today....

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Posted Under: Company Law |

Distinction Between A Public Limited Company And a Private Limited Company

Distinction Between A Public Company And a Private Company – Following are the main points of difference between a Public Company and a Private Company :- 1. Minimum Paid-up Capital : A company to be Incorporated as a Private Company must have a minimum paid-up capital of Rs. 1,00,000, whereas a Public Company must have a minimum paid-u...

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Posted Under: Company Law |

Guidelines for deciding cases for availability of names for formation of Companies under Companies Act, 1956

Guiding instructions for availability of names:-The procedure for scrutinizing the availability of names of new companies has recently been re-examined carefully in this Department, having taken into account the difficulties experienced by some Registrars in the following the instruction given to them vide Departmentâ...

Read More
Posted Under: Company Law |

MCA decided to relax the norms for companies to maintain minimum paid-up capital

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) has decided to relax the norms for companies to maintain minimum paid-up capital. According to the Companies Act 1956, the minimum paid-up capital for a private company is Rs 1 lakh and for a listed company Rs 5 lakh. According to official sources, while a company can be set up with any amount, but ...

Read More
Posted Under: Company Law |

Drafting Articles of Association?

“Section 26. There may be in the case of public company limited by shares and there shall in the case of an unlimited company or a company limited by guarantee or a private company limited by shares, be registered with the memorandum, articles of association signed by the subscribers of the memorandum, prescribing regulations for the Co...

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Posted Under: Company Law |

“Corporate Governance” – Corporate Law – An Understanding?

Company Law is very complicated and interesting subject. If we look at all the corporate regulations or law, it is very clear that it focuses mainly on the interests of the shareholders. The liability of the members is limited in limited companies and as such the shareholders will be clueless often when their investment in the Company is ...

Read More
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Indian Company Law – Objects Clause?

We all know about the requirements of forming a Company in India. Incorporation of a Company, as a secretarial practice, may not be a complicated exercise. It is not difficult to get the Director Identification Numbers (DIN) for the proposed directors in the Company to be incorporated, it is not difficult to get Digital Signatures, it is ...

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Company Law in India – A Brief

In view of the vastness of the subject, the complications and listening at many of my colleagues, I have decided to present a small brief on Companies to be formed under the provisions of Companies Act, 1956, the difference between Private Limited and Public Limited Companies, the applicable law and also the complications. I know the vast...

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Requirement and procedure for obtaining commencement of business certificate

Click here to join Online GST Certification Course Jointly by GST Professionals & Taxguru.in Certificate of Commencement of Business: Procedural Analysis The date of incorporation of a company may not be the date of commencement of business. A private company and a public limited company not having share capital are not required to ...

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