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Statutory dues for taxes is Operational Debt: NCLAT

Pr. Director General of Income Tax Vs M/s. Synergies Dooray Automotive Ltd. & Ors. (NCLAT, Delhi)

Pr. DGIT Vs M/s. Synergies Dooray Automotive Ltd. & Ors. (NCLAT, Delhi) ‘Operational Debt’ in normal course means a debt arising during the operation of the Company (‘Corporate Debtor’). The ‘goods’ and ‘services’ including employment are required to keep the Company (‘Corporate Debtor’) operational as a going conc...

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HC quashes MCA order publishing list of disqualified directors & deactivating DIN

Gaurang Balvantlal Shah S/O Balvantlal Shah Vs Union of India (Gujarat High Court)

MCA order in publishing the list of directors  associated with struck off companies under Section 248 of the Companies Act, 2013 on the Website of MCA, showing the status of assessee as disqualified Directors was not legally tenable as section 164(2) of the Companies Act would take effect only from the financial year 2014-15. ...

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Amalgamation scheme devised to benefit few shareholder and to huge avoid tax cannot be approved: NCLT

In re Gabs Investments Pvt. Limited Vs Ajanta Pharma Limited (NCLT Mumbai)

Scheme of Amalgamation and Arrangement between G Pvt. Ltd.  ('Transferor Company') and A Limited (`Transferee Company') and their respective shareholders appeared to be unfair, unreasonable and was not in the public interest as the scheme was devised mainly to benefit the four share holders of G who were also the promoters of A (common p...

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Rule 3(2) of Companies (Registered Valuers & Valuation) Rules is constitutionally valid: Delhi HC

Cushman And Wakefield India Private Limited Vs Union of India & Anr (Delhi High Court)

Cushman And Wakefield India Private Limited Vs Union of India & Anr (Delhi High Court) The issue which falls for consideration is in a very narrow compass, whether a company, other than a subsidiary company, joint venture or associate of other company forms a separate class for the purpose of eligibility for registration as a [&hellip...

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NCLT bars CA for issuing false Audit certificate relating to financials

Union of India Vs Mr. Mukesh Maneklal Choksi (NCLT)

Union of India Vs Mr. Mukesh Maneklal Choksi (National Company Law Tribunal, Mumbai Bench) Since Respondent No 1, Mr Mukesh Maneklal Choksi, Statutory Auditor , colluded with the Chairman/Director of R-2 company and has given a false Audit certificate relating to the Profit & Loss Account and Balance Sheet of the R-2 company, without ...

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HC set aside RoC’s Order Disqualifying Directors for Non-Filing of Financial Statements

Bhagavan Das Dhananjaya Das Vs Union of India (Madras High Court)

Bhagavan Das Dhananjaya Das Vs Union of India (Madras High Court) (a) When the New Act 2013 came into effect from 1.4.2014, the second respondent herein has wrongly given retrospective effect and erroneously disqualified the petitioner-directors from 1.11.2016 itself before the deadline commenced wrongly fixing the first financial year...

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No legal bar on merger of an Indian LLP with an Indian Company

M/s. Real Image LLP  Vs  M/s. Qube Cinema Technologies Private Limited (NCLI)

M/s. Real Image LLP  Vs  M/s. Qube Cinema Technologies Private Limited (NCLI) Legislative intention behind enacting both the LLP act 2008 and The Companies Act 2013 is to facilitate the ease of doing business and create a desirable business atmosphere for companies and LLPs. For this purpose, both the Acts have provided provisions for...

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SC Stayed Bombay HC Order Granting Relief to Disqualified Director

Registrar Of Companies Maharashtra Mumbai & Anr Vs. Shailendrajit Charanjit Rai & Anr. (Supreme Court)

On Monday, 06th August 2018, the Honourable Supreme Court has stayed Bombay High Court Interim Order for granting relief to Disqualified Director by admitting Special Leave Petition by Ministry of Corporate Affairs....

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Director cannot be disqualified for failure of company to effect statutory compliances

Vikas Goel & ANR Vs Union of India & ANR (Delhi High Court)

Petitioners had ceased to be the Directors of the Company, as stated by them, on 8thApril, 2011 and that they could not have been penalized for the failure of the company to effect statutory compliances....

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A person cannot be disqualified for non submission of his resignation by company in question

Karn Gupta Vs Union of India (Delhi High Court)

It is submitted that in the above facts and circumstances of the case that the petitioner has resigned from the directorship of the company in question, the petitioner would not incur a disqualification under Section 164 of the Companies Act. Consequently, the disqualification of the petitioner as notified in the lists dated 6thSeptember,...

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