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Section 185 Companies Act 2013: Prohibitions on Loans to Directors & Others

Company Law : "Learn about the prohibitions and restrictions under Section 185 of the Companies Act, 2013, regarding loans to directors, relativ...

July 24, 2023 8565 Views 0 comment Print

Understanding Section 185 of Companies Act 2013: A Comprehensive Overview

Company Law : Among the provisions outlined in the act, Section 185 has garnered substantial attention due to its impact on loans and advances t...

June 24, 2023 4329 Views 0 comment Print

Section 185 of Companies Act, 2013: Exemptions and Examples

Company Law : Explore Section 185 of the Companies Act, 2013, its exemptions, and practical examples. Learn when Section 185 is not applicable, ...

June 12, 2023 27285 Views 0 comment Print

Loan to Directors as per Companies Act 2013

Company Law : Section 185 of the Companies Act 2013 Specifically provides about the Provisions related to Loan to directors by the company. In t...

June 4, 2023 43398 Views 0 comment Print

Section 185 of Companies Act 2013: A Detailed Overview

Company Law : Section 185 of the Companies Act is like a rule book that tells grown-ups who run big lemonade stands (called companies) what they...

February 7, 2023 6726 Views 4 comments Print


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Section 40A(3): Calcutta HC allows cash Payments to Labourers Under Rs. 20,000

Income Tax : Calcutta High Court ruling states payments by supervisors to individual labourers, each not exceeding Rs. 20,000, cannot be disall...

April 12, 2024 3864 Views 0 comment Print

Addition of Notional Interest on Advances to Related Parties Unsustainable due to availability of sufficient interest free funds

Income Tax : ITAT Mumbai held that addition of notional interest on advances to related parties (i.e. the directors and sister concern/related ...

July 18, 2023 1797 Views 0 comment Print

SC held liability to discharge arrears of property tax & water tax inspite of being post-liquidation liability

Corporate Law : Conclusion: Arrears of property tax and water tax until the date of confirmation of sale, i.e., 04.07.2003, would qualify as the e...

May 25, 2023 1512 Views 0 comment Print


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Loans & advances to employees – Applicability of Section 185 / 186 of Companies Act, 2013

Company Law : The issue has been examined and it is hereby clarified that loans and/or advances made by the companies to their employees, other ...

March 10, 2015 94780 Views 0 comment Print


Latest Posts in section 185

Section 40A(3): Calcutta HC allows cash Payments to Labourers Under Rs. 20,000

April 12, 2024 3864 Views 0 comment Print

Calcutta High Court ruling states payments by supervisors to individual labourers, each not exceeding Rs. 20,000, cannot be disallowed under Section 40A(3) of the Income Tax Act.

Section 185 Companies Act 2013: Prohibitions on Loans to Directors & Others

July 24, 2023 8565 Views 0 comment Print

“Learn about the prohibitions and restrictions under Section 185 of the Companies Act, 2013, regarding loans to directors, relatives, and subsidiaries.

Addition of Notional Interest on Advances to Related Parties Unsustainable due to availability of sufficient interest free funds

July 18, 2023 1797 Views 0 comment Print

ITAT Mumbai held that addition of notional interest on advances to related parties (i.e. the directors and sister concern/related parties) unsustainable as the assessee has been able to substantiate availability of sufficient interest free funds.

Understanding Section 185 of Companies Act 2013: A Comprehensive Overview

June 24, 2023 4329 Views 0 comment Print

Among the provisions outlined in the act, Section 185 has garnered substantial attention due to its impact on loans and advances to directors. This article aims to provide a comprehensive overview of Section 185 and its implications for companies and directors.

Section 185 of Companies Act, 2013: Exemptions and Examples

June 12, 2023 27285 Views 0 comment Print

Explore Section 185 of the Companies Act, 2013, its exemptions, and practical examples. Learn when Section 185 is not applicable, including loans to managing directors, loans for employee welfare, transactions between holding companies and subsidiaries, and transactions with shareholder approval. Understand the specific conditions for private limited companies to be exempt from Section 185 and explore a detailed example illustrating the exemptions. Stay informed to ensure compliance and make informed financial decisions for your company.

Loan to Directors as per Companies Act 2013

June 4, 2023 43398 Views 0 comment Print

Section 185 of the Companies Act 2013 Specifically provides about the Provisions related to Loan to directors by the company. In this article we will understand about the provisions with their clear examples.

SC held liability to discharge arrears of property tax & water tax inspite of being post-liquidation liability

May 25, 2023 1512 Views 0 comment Print

Conclusion: Arrears of property tax and water tax until the date of confirmation of sale, i.e., 04.07.2003, would qualify as the expenses for “preserving, realising or getting in” the assets of the company and thus, should have to be paid in priority by the appellant OL.

Section 185 of Companies Act 2013: A Detailed Overview

February 7, 2023 6726 Views 4 comments Print

Section 185 of the Companies Act is like a rule book that tells grown-ups who run big lemonade stands (called companies) what they need to do if they want to lend money or give money to help another company.

Section 185 of Companies Act, 2013- Loan to Directors Etc

January 25, 2023 38718 Views 1 comment Print

Section 185(1) of Companies Act 2013 primarily deals with the subject; Person to whom Company cannot give loan/ guarantee/ security. It basically covers individuals and firms: It states that, A Company shall not, directly or indirectly, advance any loan (including book debt) or give any guarantee or provide any security in connection with any loan […]

Sec. 185 of Companies Act, 2013 – Loan to Directors etc

December 30, 2022 744 Views 0 comment Print

Learn about Sec. 185 of Companies Act, 2013 – what Loan to Directors means &c. Strict prohibition and relaxation of Sec. 185 (1) & (2). Penalties, exemptions and details explained.

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