Corporate Law - Page 30

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016: still an evolving law

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 introduced on 28 May, 2016, was brought in to consolidate and amend the laws relating to insolvency and bankruptcy. Within the framework envisaged in the Code, there were plethora of cases admitted for corporate insolvency resolution, including 12 large stressed companies such as Essar Steels Limit...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Importance of Copyright Registration in today’s competitive age

It is indubitable that through all Copyright laws are administered in India under the Indian Copyright Act-1957. All things considered, one can actually get a lawful cover for his original creation just in the event that he gets a Copyright Registration. Without this basic legitimate insurance, one can't guarantee the curiosity of his wor...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for handling MahaRERA complaints

MahaRERA Circular No: 18/2018 (17/07/2018)

MAHARASHTRA REAL ESTATE REGULATORY AUTHORITY No. MahaRERA/Secy./File No.27/692 /2018 Date: 17th July, 2018 MahaRERA Circular No: 18/2018 Subject: Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for handling complaints Whereas Maharashtra Real Estate Regulatory Authority (MahaRERA) had issued Circular No: 09/2017 dated 24th July 2017, laying down SOP f...

Read More

Format of Loan Agreement between Holding & Subsidiary Company

Generally Subsidiary Company takes a loan from it's Holding Company (vice versa) with the condition to convert loan into Equity. So there should be some prior agreement between them....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Govt notifies maximum safe axle weight of each axle type of transport vehicles

Notification No. S.O. 3467(E) (16/07/2018)

Central Government hereby notifies the maximum safe axle weight of each axle type in relation to the transport vehicles (other than motor cabs), having regard to the size, nature and number of tyres, as under :—...

Read More

SC on Rebuttal by Accused against Presumption in Cheque Bounce Cases

Kishan Rao Vs Shankargouda (Supreme Court Of India)

Kishan Rao Vs Shankargouda (Supreme Court Of India) In the present case, the trial court as well as the Appellate Court having found that cheque contained the signatures of the accused and it was given to the appellant to present in the Bank of the presumption under Section 139 was rightly raised which was not […]...

Read More

While deciding stay application Tribunal can only consider prima facie case of merits: HC

Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation Vs Commissioner of Central Service (Bombay High Court)

Bombay High Court held in the case of Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation Vs Commissioner of Central Service that While deciding an application for stay of demand, the Appellate Tribunal can only consider the prima facie case of merits. It cannot give a final finding on the merits and decide the appeal itself...

Read More

Voluntary winding up of LLP -Procedural aspect

There are numerous LLPs which were incorporated but have not done any business or stop doing business. In order to reduce the number of bogus entities, this is important to provide an ease in procedure of winding up. There are two ways of winding up of LLP first is voluntary winding up and second is compulsory winding up (by tribunal). ...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

RBI, ED and CBI looked upon as ‘guardians of citizens’ rights’ : Bombay HC

New Delhi Television Limited Vs RBI (Bombay High Court)

We are concerned in this petition with the actions of the RBI and the Enforcement Directorate, both of whom refer to the criminal proceedings launched by the CBI. Those in-charge of their affairs and those in power giving them directions ought to realise that nothing would be achieved if foundations and base of these institutions is shak...

Read More

Personal information like T.A. bill cannot be directed to be given under RTI Act, 2005

Chhattisgarh Board of Secondary Education Vs Public Information Officer (Chhattisgarh High Court)

Personal information like T.A. bill etc. cannot be directed to be given under the Right to Information Act, 2005 in view of Section 8(1)(j) of the said Act....

Read More

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.

At Taxguru, we provide you the latest corporate law news and corporate law articles. Learn about all the important developments in the corporate laws with our extensive coverage of the latest news on corporate law. Our group of expert law professionals provides a cohesive and comprehensive understanding of all the Indian corporate and other allied laws. At Taxguru, we cover all the aspects of corporate law and all the major laws and regulations as mentioned above. We regularly post blogs and articles on corporate law for the benefit of our viewers. Keep a track of all the significant notifications and updates on corporate law with us. Get to know more on the corporate law here at Taxguru.

Featured Posts