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National Forensic Sciences University Act, 2020

No. 32 of 2020 (28/09/2020)

Declaration of National Forensic Sciences University as an institution  of national importance. Whereas the objects of the National Forensic Sciences University are such as to make it an institution of national importance, it is hereby declared that the National University of Forensic Sciences is an institution of national importance....

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Rashtriya Raksha University Act, 2020

No. 31 of 2020 (28/09/2020)

Declaration of Rashtriya Raksha University as an institution of national importance. Whereas the objects of the Rashtriya Raksha University are such as to make it an institution of national importance, it is hereby declared that the Rashtriya Raksha University is an institution of national importance....

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Homoeopathy Central Council (Amendment) Act, 2020

No. 24 of 2020 (28/09/2020)

(1) This Act may be called the Homoeopathy Central Council (Amendment) Act, 2020. (2) It shall be deemed to have come into force on the 24th day of April, 2020....

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The Bilateral Netting of Qualified Financial Contracts Act, 2020

No. 30 of 2020 (28/09/2020)

(1) This Act may be called the Bilateral Netting of Qualified Financial Contracts Act, 2020. (2) It shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint, and different dates may be appointed for different provisions of this Act....

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How to start Business ? What are the basic documents to start a business

Starting one’s own business is a dream for many. If we talk only about India, According to a Randstad Workmonitor survey, 83 per cent of Indian workforce would like to be an entrepreneur. This is higher than the global average of 53 per cent. 56 per cent said that they are considering leaving current Jobs […]...

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Reasons to select Wyoming State in USA for Business Expansion

It’s very common for businesses to set up an entity in foreign nationals in order to expand their businesses. The reason behind that is simply to take the advantage of foreign exchange differences. Setting up an entity also offers numerous advantages such as tax benefits or to increase the Creditability of one Brand. Hence most [&he...

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Decree-Holder cannot be treated as a Financial Creditor for CIRP: NCLAT

Sh. Sushil Ansal Vs. Ashok Tripathi (NCLAT)

Sh. Sushil Ansal Vs. Ashok Tripathi (Delhi NCLAT) (i) Respondent Nos. 1 and 2 can no more claim to be allottees of a Real Estate Project after issuance of Recovery Certificate dated 10th August, 2019 by ‘UP RERA’ directing recovery of Rs.73,35,686.43/- due thereunder as arrears of land revenue by the Competent Authority. On their [&he...

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No fresh insolvency filling under IBC for further three months

The Government has issued a fresh Notification No. S.O. 3265(E) dated 24th September, 2020 extending the suspension of Sections 7, 9 and 10 [meant no fresh insolvency filings could be made by financial creditors, operational creditors, and the corporate debtor itself] of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code by another three months. The susp...

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Signing of financial statements of Company under CIRP

Corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP) can be commenced when a corporate debtor commits a default – section 4(1) of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC). The default should be minimum Rs. one lakh. The amount can be increased by Central Government but shall not exceed Rs. one crore – proviso to section 4(1). &#...

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India, Denmark sign MoU on Intellectual Property cooperation

The Union Cabinet in its meeting dated 15.09.2020 gave the approval for signing the MoU with Denmark in the field of IP Cooperation. The MoU aims at increasing IP co-operation between the two countries...

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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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