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Withdrawn of Application- After Admission – NCLT – INSOLVENCY CODE

Parker Hannifin India Private Limited v/s Prowess International Private Limited (NCLT Kolkata)

NCLT has cleared that once a petition is admitted by the NCLT under IBC, both the parties have no right to withdraw the petition. As it can say IBC is not a Recovery Law it is Revival Law....

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Deposits under Companies Act 2013 and Related NCLT Rules

As the financial year started, and Annual General Meeting is round the corner of some or the other Company, I would like to highlight the topic DEPOSITS. I am writing this article in regards to clear the conceptuality chaos in the minds of people regarding the Deposits so accepted by the company ...

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Registration of Charge by Companies under Companies Act, 2013

Section 2 (16) of the Companies Act, 2013 defines the word Charge as an interest or a lien created on a property or an asset of a company or any of its undertakings or both, as a security. A mortgage is also a type of Charge....

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Comparison chart on recent Exemption to Private Companies

Provision of Section 72(2) clause (a-e) shall not applicable on following Companies: 1) Which accept from its members monies not exceeding 100% percent of aggregate of the paid up share capital, free reserves and Securities Premium account; or 2) Which is a start-up, for fiv...

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Analysis of recent Exemption notification for Section 8 Company

Section 149(1) of the Act, 2013- Every company shall have a Board of Directors consisting of individuals as directors and shall have- a minimum number of three directors in the case of a public company, two directors in the case of a private company, and one director in the case of a One Person Company; and a maximum of fifteen directors...

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MCA favorably revisits exemption notification relating to private companies

The proviso to section 2(40) of Act, 2013 has been substituted to provide exemption from furnishing cash flow statement by such private companies that are recognized as start-up in accordance with DIPP notification....

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Monthly Summary of Ministry of Corporate Affairs for May, 2017

This Ministry vide Circular no. 04/2017 dated 16.05.2017 has issued a clarification that applications rejected by the Regional Director under Section 22(1) (ii) (b) of Companies Act, 1956 on the ground of expiry of limitation period cannot be reconsidered on a fresh application made under Section 16(1)(a) of the Companies Act, 2013....

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Analysis of further exemption to private limited Companies

Cash flow statement is not mandatory for private limited companies which are start –up companies. Thus, Cash flow statement will not be required for One person Company, Small Company, Dormant Company and Private limited Company (if such Company is start-up company)...

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Lets understand 22 changes in Exemption to Private Limited Company

Previously, Ministry of Corporate Affairs by notification dated 5th June, 2017 has given several exemptions to Private Limited Companies. Via Notification dated 13th June, 2017 MCA has added more exemptions by amending the notification dated 5th June, 2015....

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NCLT Approval: Conversion of Public Company Into Private Company

In this article, the author describes the Section of the Companies Act, 2013 and respective rules thereof for conversion of the public company into a private company under which the Company already being registered can be converted subject to the provisions of this act and procedure to be followed. I have prepared a checklist for the proc...

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Corporate law also known as the company law is the study of how the directors, shareholders, creditors, employees and other participants in the community, consumers, and the environment work together with each other. Company law deals with organizations which are registered or incorporated under the Indian company law. The latest Companies Act is the Act which controls the incorporation of companies, responsibilities of companies, directors and laws relating to dissolution of any company. The newly constituted Companies Act 2013 is divided into twenty-nine chapters comprising 470 with 7 schedules. This Act replaced the previous Companies Act, 1956 on August 29th, 2013. The newly constituted Act came into action on September 12th, 2013 with number of changes.

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