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Homebuyers’ Rights as Financial Creditors under IBC upheld by SC

Pioneer Urban Land and Infrastructure Limited & Anr. Vs. Union of India & Ors. (Suprme Court) Homebuyers’ Rights as Financial Creditors under IBC upheld by Supreme Court A Major Win for Homebuyers! The August 9 verdict of the Supreme Court, validating the amendment in the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), conferring the righ...

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Remove Director Disqualification Before Filing INC 22A

The new e-Form INC 22A- Active Company Tagging Identities and Verification (ACTIVE) has been initiated by MCA based on Rule 25A of Companies (Incorporation) Amendment Rules, 2019. ...

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Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code: “Kuch Shabdh Aarth”

The Insolvency and bankruptcy code, 2016 was notified and came into execution since December 2016. The code at its entry stage repealed the existing legislations which had become outdated and unfruitful with the passage of time. The code is not an easy legislation as the drafters have really worked hard to create a master piece […]...

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NBFC- Loan Company

Non-Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) are commercial establishments which provide financial services and banking facilities without meeting the legal definition of Banks. However, they are covered under the Banking regulations as laid down by the Reserve Bank of India, and also provide banking services like loans and credit facilities. A...

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Payment Wallet for NBFCs

With the ever improving world of technology, the various mobile payment methods are becoming a preferred mode of payment for a large number of consumers. Amongst the popular payment methods, Mobile-Wallets are the ones that have gained momentum....

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NBFCs – Mergers and Demergers

A Non-Banking Financial Company (NBFC) is a company which is registered under the Companies Act, 1956 /2013. An NBFC is engaged in the business of loans and advances, investment share, assets financing, debenture or other marketable securities, leasing, hire-purchase and insurance business....

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Liquidation process for Corporate Persons

The provisions dealing with the liquidation of corporate persons are imbibed in the chapter III of the part II of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy code....

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What are ESOPs?

Employee Stock Ownership Plan also commonly known as ESOP, is a skillful and well defined plan that is meant to provide advantage to both the employee as well as the employer, in which an employee mainly invests in the stock of the sponsoring company....

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Systemically Important Core Investment Companies (CIC-ND-SI)

The application form for CICs-ND-SI is available on the Bank’s website that can be easily downloaded and filled in and submitted to the Regional Office of the DNBS in whose authority, the Company is registered along with all necessary supporting documents mentioned in the application form....

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Money Changer Business in India

One of the strata of business which can give you a substantial level of profit is no other than the cash trade. In this sort of business, what you have to get associated with is cash and budgetary exchange....

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