CS Deepak Pratap Singh

All about Defamation

Corporate Law - We are living in a democratic and republic state. Here our constitution has given us some fundamental rights, which cannot be taken by the government. We are free to live with grace and dignity. The right of reputation is recognised as personal right of every human being and should be protected same as protection of fundamental rights....

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Income Tax on Shares Buy Back by Unlisted Companies

Corporate Law - As we know, a company is a safer form of doing business. A company is a separate person than its shareholders/ members; it has its own personality and having power to assessed separately. The shareholders or members of the company are the real owners of the assets of the company. The company is doing business for the benefit of its stake ...

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Confidential Information Some Facts

Corporate Law - Dear Friends, we are living in a world, where data related to business is the most valuable thing. Data may be related to your Business Secrets, Patents, Copy Rights, Industrial Designs, Customer Information etc. The success of a business depends upon its data and trade secrets. A competitor always tries to breach your data secrecy [&hell...

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Treatment of SWEAT Equity Shares under Income Tax Act, 1961

Corporate Law - Sweat Equity Shares are Shares or Specified Securities issued at discount or for consideration other than cash to employees or directors of the company as reward their hard work or for their value addition in the progress of the company . These are generally issue in lieu of value additions and against providing Intellectual Property R...

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Assessment of Firms

Corporate Law - Firm is an association of two or more than two persons, who came together to do a business and share profits thereof. Section 4 of the Partnership Act, 1932 defines Partnership as relationship between persons who have agreed to share the profits of business carried on by all or any of them acting for all....

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Recent Posts in "CS Deepak Pratap Singh"

All about Defamation

We are living in a democratic and republic state. Here our constitution has given us some fundamental rights, which cannot be taken by the government. We are free to live with grace and dignity. The right of reputation is recognised as personal right of every human being and should be protected same as protection of fundamental rights....

Read More
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Income Tax on Shares Buy Back by Unlisted Companies

As we know, a company is a safer form of doing business. A company is a separate person than its shareholders/ members; it has its own personality and having power to assessed separately. The shareholders or members of the company are the real owners of the assets of the company. The company is doing business for the benefit of its stake ...

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Confidential Information Some Facts

Dear Friends, we are living in a world, where data related to business is the most valuable thing. Data may be related to your Business Secrets, Patents, Copy Rights, Industrial Designs, Customer Information etc. The success of a business depends upon its data and trade secrets. A competitor always tries to breach your data secrecy [&hell...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Treatment of SWEAT Equity Shares under Income Tax Act, 1961

Sweat Equity Shares are Shares or Specified Securities issued at discount or for consideration other than cash to employees or directors of the company as reward their hard work or for their value addition in the progress of the company . These are generally issue in lieu of value additions and against providing Intellectual Property R...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Assessment of Firms

Firm is an association of two or more than two persons, who came together to do a business and share profits thereof. Section 4 of the Partnership Act, 1932 defines Partnership as relationship between persons who have agreed to share the profits of business carried on by all or any of them acting for all....

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Refund Under Provisions of Income Tax Act, 1961

Section 237 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 deals with refund of excess tax paid by the assessee. If any person or assessee satisfies the assessing officer that the amount of the tax paid by him or paid by any person on his behalf during any previous assessment year exceeds the amount with which he is properly chargeable under the act for tha...

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Calculation of Arm’s Length Price-Section 92C of Income Tax Act, 1961

A transaction in which the buyers and sellers of a product act independently and have no relationship to each other. The concept of an arm's length transaction is to ensure that both parties in the deal are acting in their own self interest and are not subject to any pressure or duress from the other party...

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Transfer of Immovable Properties on Sale Consideration Less Than Stamp Duty Valuation

As a general public we have tendency to save taxes by adopting various tricks and transactions. A lot of black money is generated through transfer of various types of immovable properties. The seller and the purchaser generally mutually agree on a transaction to enter into agreement at a price lower than the Fair Market Value of property ...

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Partition of Hindu Undivided Family and Its Taxation

As we know HUF (Hindu Undivided Family) is assessed as a separate person under provisions of Income Tax Act, 1961. It has its own identity and right to own property but not a juristic person. It can sue and be sued as a person. It is governed by Karta of the family and consists of coparceners of a single family. ...

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Letters of Credit (LC): Basic Concepts – Part II

In this article we are going to discuss utilisation of Letters of Credit and its advantages / disadvantages; UTILISATION OF LETTERS OF CREDIT; there are various stages from shipment of goods and / or provisions of services till the payment received by the seller / beneficiary;...

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