CS Deepak Pratap Singh

Drag Along And Tag Along Rights Under Shareholders Agreement

Corporate Law - As we know in private limited and closely held public limited companies, there are restrictions on transfer of shares. When an entrepreneur starts a venture or business with new ideas or new invention, he needs finance....

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Obligation to Furnish Statement of Financial Transaction (SFT) or Reportable Account Under Provisions of Section 285BA of the Income Tax Act, 1961

Corporate Law - The person required to furnish details in the Form 61A according to the provisions of Rule 114E, the same shall be furnished to the Director of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation) or the Joint director of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation) through online....

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Assesement of Partners of Limited Liability Partnership

Corporate Law - Limited Liability Partnerships are one of the most preferred business structures for service sector and for small and medium enterprises. Limited Liability Partnership concept of business structures are preferably used in UAS, UK, Canada, Japan and various other countries....

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Resolution Passed by Unanimous Consent of Directors

Corporate Law - The Provisions of Section 175 of the Companies Act, 2013 empowers the Board to pass some resolutions by Circulation by complying with provisions of this section and the rule made there under....

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Joint Shareholding under Companies Act, 2013

Corporate Law - When a person holds one or more shares jointly with one or more person(s) in a Company, he/she is called Joint shareholder. Since a Joint Shareholder is different person, but in relation to private limited companies, joint shareholders are considered as a member....

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Drag Along And Tag Along Rights Under Shareholders Agreement

As we know in private limited and closely held public limited companies, there are restrictions on transfer of shares. When an entrepreneur starts a venture or business with new ideas or new invention, he needs finance....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Obligation to Furnish Statement of Financial Transaction (SFT) or Reportable Account Under Provisions of Section 285BA of the Income Tax Act, 1961

The person required to furnish details in the Form 61A according to the provisions of Rule 114E, the same shall be furnished to the Director of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation) or the Joint director of Income Tax (Intelligence and Criminal Investigation) through online....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Assesement of Partners of Limited Liability Partnership

Limited Liability Partnerships are one of the most preferred business structures for service sector and for small and medium enterprises. Limited Liability Partnership concept of business structures are preferably used in UAS, UK, Canada, Japan and various other countries....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Resolution Passed by Unanimous Consent of Directors

The Provisions of Section 175 of the Companies Act, 2013 empowers the Board to pass some resolutions by Circulation by complying with provisions of this section and the rule made there under....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Joint Shareholding under Companies Act, 2013

When a person holds one or more shares jointly with one or more person(s) in a Company, he/she is called Joint shareholder. Since a Joint Shareholder is different person, but in relation to private limited companies, joint shareholders are considered as a member....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Removal of Director Under Provisions of Companies Act, 2013

A Company is governed by its Board of Directors and the Board of Directors are consist of Directors, who are human beings. Section 149 of the Companies Act, 2013 provides that every company registered under the Act, must have a Board of Directors consisting as individuals as directors....

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Time of Supply (Point of Taxation) under GST

It is great news for business fraternity that Upper House of parliament has passed the much awaited GOODS and SERVICE TAX. Now the dream that one India and one tax will be completed very soon. The GST regime is the biggest change in history of Indian taxation since its independence. ...

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Dispute Settlement Under GST

For smooth implementation of GST in our country it is important to have an inbuilt parallel dispute resolution mechanism assuming various issues in GST regime. Now in international arena two approaches are followed in case of any dispute;...

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Real Estate Sector and GST

The Real Estate Sector is the fastest growing sector all over the world as well as in India. It is growing rapidly and we can access its growth by demand of affordable housing requirements, proposed development of new cities, initiatives of government for modern cities as Smart Cities. ...

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All about Valuation of Goodwill

A firms’ reputation of generally assessed by Goodwill earned by the firm during its tenure. The Goodwill has been defined by many, but no one has given a crystal clear definition. Goodwill is generally used in business world, to access the value of a firm. It an intangible, invaluable asset....

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