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Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code – New Law on Horizon Of India

This law which I am going to discuss is mainly for the benefit of Individual to Corporate Sector who are dealing with the Corporate Sector i.e. Public Limited Companies, Private limited Companies & Limited Liability Partnerships( LLPs)....

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10 Tips to Submit a Full proof Trademark Application

Trademark is one of the best ways to earn brand recognition. Trademark gives a legal right to the company to use a particular logo or a symbol to identify their business or a particular product. ...

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Registration Process For LLP

Recently most entrepreneurs have started opting for Limited Liability Partnership, considering it has most positive features of Partnership and Companies. It is hybrid form which incorporates benefits of both partnership and companies. It has the following features: The liability of each partner is limited to the contribution mentio...

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Aadhaar- Myth Vs Fact

Aadhaar enrolment is done through registrars, which are credible institutions like state government, banks, Common Service Centres (CSCs) which employ enrolment agencies empanelled by UIDAI....

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Ease of doing business 2018 rankings by World Bank for year 2016/ 2017 – A lively discussion

Economies are ranked on their ease of doing business, from 1–190. A high ease of doing business ranking means the regulatory environment is more conduzcive to the starting and operation of a local firm....

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RERA (Real Estate Regulatory Authority) ACT in Karnataka

RERA Act came into force with effect from May 1, 2017. Under the RERA Act, the Karnataka Real Estate Regulation and Development Rules, 2017 was approved by Government of Karnataka and notified on July 10, 2017. Its objective is to reform the real estate sector in India, encouraging greater transparency, citizen centricity, accountability ...

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Types Of Meeting In Multi State Cooperative Societies (MSCS)

Broadly, there are four types of meetings which a MSCS conducts, namely, Annual General Body Meeting, Special General Body Meeting, Committee Meeting and Meeting of Board of Directors....

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Direct and Indirect Tax Due date calendar- November 2017

Article Compiles month wise Due dates for E-­payment of Service Tax for by Companies, Submission of Form No. 27C (TCS), Payment of TDS/TCS , Return of TDS, Payment of Advance Income tax by All Assessees (100%)(including 44AD cases), E-­Payment of Provident Fund (PF), TCS Return in form 27EQ, Due date for issue of Form 16B in respect of ...

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Annual Filing Of Returns Of Multi State Co-Operative Society: Section 120 Of MSCS Act 2002

In this article, you will get know about annual filing of returns in MSCS. Section 120 of MSCS Act 2002, Article 243ZP of the Constitution (97th Amendment) Act 2011 and the relevant clause of Society’s Bye-Laws governs annual filing of returns of MSCS....

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Constitution of Board of Directors of Multi State Co-operative Society- Election Process

There is an interesting mode of constituting Board of Directors of MSCS. MSCS is required to conduct election for constituting its board of directors who will hold its office till five years....

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