oppression and mismanagement

Oppression And Mismanagement Under Companies Act

Company Law - Meaning of Oppression And Mismanagement The word ‘Oppression’ is not defined under the Companies Act, 2013. Oppression is the movement made by the authority in unjust manner against the party who gave his consent. As per the Dictionary of Black Law, the term ‘Oppression’ means ‘the act or an instance of unjustly exercising power...

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Minority being the victim need to be protected – Prevention of Oppression & Mismanagement

Company Law - Minority being the victim need to be protected – Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement Introduction This article mainly deals with oppression and mismanagement. The Companies Act, 2013 under Chapter XVI covering Sections 241 to 246 deals with Oppression and mismanagement and Class Action. Further provisions for a class action a...

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Oppression/Mismanagement under Companies Act of 2013 – Understanding through Case Laws

Company Law - The concept and overview of ‘Oppression’ & ‘Mismanagement’ is defined u/s. 241 of Companies Act 2013, and can be r/w Section 397(1) of Companies Act of 1956. The words, ‘Oppression’ and ‘Mismanagement’ are not defined under any provisions of Companies Act, 2013, but through the various decided case laws from the year 1...

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Exploring constitutes of Words ‘Oppression’ & ‘Mismanagement’

Company Law - Exploring The Consitutiveness of The Words ‘Oppression’ And ‘Mismanagement’ (The Corporate Family Dispute Before NCLT) – In Context of Chapter XVI of The Companies Act, 2013 The law relating to prevention of oppression & mismanagement is enshrined under chapter XVI of the Companies Act, 2013 Section 241 of the Act confers up...

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CO-ORDINATION –The Essence of Management Practices

Company Law - Coordination is the very important aspect in any Organization. It brings unity of action and integrates different activities of organization. Coordination is the most important function of an organization. It refers to bringing together the activities of an organization to achieve the objectives...

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Oppression And Mismanagement Under Companies Act

Meaning of Oppression And Mismanagement The word ‘Oppression’ is not defined under the Companies Act, 2013. Oppression is the movement made by the authority in unjust manner against the party who gave his consent. As per the Dictionary of Black Law, the term ‘Oppression’ means ‘the act or an instance of unjustly exercising power...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Minority being the victim need to be protected – Prevention of Oppression & Mismanagement

Minority being the victim need to be protected – Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement Introduction This article mainly deals with oppression and mismanagement. The Companies Act, 2013 under Chapter XVI covering Sections 241 to 246 deals with Oppression and mismanagement and Class Action. Further provisions for a class action a...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Oppression/Mismanagement under Companies Act of 2013 – Understanding through Case Laws

The concept and overview of ‘Oppression’ & ‘Mismanagement’ is defined u/s. 241 of Companies Act 2013, and can be r/w Section 397(1) of Companies Act of 1956. The words, ‘Oppression’ and ‘Mismanagement’ are not defined under any provisions of Companies Act, 2013, but through the various decided case laws from the year 1...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Exploring constitutes of Words ‘Oppression’ & ‘Mismanagement’

Exploring The Consitutiveness of The Words ‘Oppression’ And ‘Mismanagement’ (The Corporate Family Dispute Before NCLT) – In Context of Chapter XVI of The Companies Act, 2013 The law relating to prevention of oppression & mismanagement is enshrined under chapter XVI of the Companies Act, 2013 Section 241 of the Act confers up...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

CO-ORDINATION –The Essence of Management Practices

Coordination is the very important aspect in any Organization. It brings unity of action and integrates different activities of organization. Coordination is the most important function of an organization. It refers to bringing together the activities of an organization to achieve the objectives...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

397/398 – Oppression and Mismanagement – Bonafides – A Case Study – Indian Company Law?

We can find so many judgments of Constitutional Courts on section 397/398 of the Companies Act, 1956 and the courts have ruled and maintained some principles as to how the provisions of section 397/398 of the Companies Act, 1956 are to be interpreted. I feel that despite the settled legal principles, the facts of each case to be carefully...

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397/398 – Oppression and Mismanagement – private companies – need of adhering to corporate regulations – a case study

When there exist serious disputes between groups, one group tends to approach Company Law Board or the Company Court. Usually, when there are serious disputes, one group approaches the Company Law Board under section 397/398 of the Companies Act, 1956 alleging oppression and mismanagement....

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Petition under section 397/398 –Indian Company Law – Issue of subsequent events and happenings

I personally feel that an application under section 397/398 of the Companies Act, 1956 is a serious thing exposing serious misunderstandings between majority and minority group in the Company. We see this groupism in private limited companies and closely held public companies too at times....

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Mismanagement of Company Properties – Company Law in India – A Case Study

Company Law is very interesting and complicated. A shareholder having a substantial stake in the Company should be very careful as to how the Company functions and as to whether there is any chance for oppression and mismanagement. A substantial shareholder in a Company should always have an eye on the functioning of the Company and shou...

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A Brief on Complications under Section 397/398 of Companies Act, 1956 – Indian Company Law

an effective enforcement of provisions like 397/398 of the Act and the protection of rights of all shareholders without any scope for misuse or abuse is very important for the growth of industry or the corporate world. It is true that we have good regulations regulating the functioning of listed public companies, but, a good focus also to...

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