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Guide To Fast Track Closure Of The Companies In India
Comprehensive provisions have been made in the Companies Act, 2013 (hereinafter referred to as ‘Act') with regard to the removal of names of companies from the register of companies.
India
8 Aug 2019
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Bombay HC: Contents Of Special Notice Requisitioning Extra-Ordinary General Meeting For Removal Of Director, Defamatory?
The High Court of Bombay in its recent decision in Rata Tata and Ors. v State of Maharashtra and Anr. (Criminal Writ Petition No. 1238 of 2019 decided on 22 July 2019) held that the contents of the special notice ...
India
7 Aug 2019
3
Differential Voting Rights For Listed Companies In India
In recent years, there has been increasing clamour and debate around implementing a framework for enabling issuance of shares with Differential Voting Rights ("DVRs")
India
31 Jul 2019
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Equity Investors [Private Equity] v. Financial Creditors – Whose Haircut Is It Anyway?
Shareholder equity is the difference between a company's total assets and its total liabilities.
India
24 Jul 2019
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DVRs Are Dead, Long Live DVR!
Since December, 2000, Indian companies have been permitted to issue ‘dual class shares'.
India
15 Jul 2019
6
Analysis Of Recent Maha RERA Directions On Change In Promoter
The real estate sector post enactment of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 (Act) is witnessing major consolidation primarily on account of financial
India
12 Jul 2019
7
The Listing Of Shares With Superior Voting Rights In India
Under the previous SEBI regulations all shares with SRs would convert into normal shares upon listing of the shares.
India
11 Jul 2019
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The Payment Of Royalty By Listed Indian Companies
The objective behind the recommendation is to improve transparency of related party transactions.
India
11 Jul 2019
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SEBI Board Approves Framework For DVRs, New Definition Of ‘Encumbrance' And Clarifications To The Insider Trading Regulations
The Securities and Exchange Board of India ("SEBI") at its board meeting on June 27, 2019 approved the following important proposals
India
10 Jul 2019
10
The Interdependencies Between Corporate Governance, Fair Value And Firm Value
In India, the basic framework of corporate governance was introduced in the Companies Act, 1956.
India
9 Jul 2019
11
Is Liquidation Irreversible? Schemes Of Compromise Or Arrangement For Companies In Liquidation
The 2005 Report of the Expert Committee on Company Law (JJ Irani Committee Report) had noted that an effective insolvency law:
India
28 Jun 2019
12
Tax Issues In M&A Transactions
The Indian Income Tax Act, 1961 ("ITA") contains several provisions that deal with the taxation of different categories of mergers and acquisitions.
India
28 Jun 2019
13
Exiting Business In India
Following are the various modes for existing business in India
India
26 Jun 2019
14
Rules Amended For Companies To Avoid "Similar" And "Undesirable" Names At Incorporation
Before applying for a company name in India, a stakeholder is required to ensure that the proposed name does not contain any word as prohibited under the Companies Act, 2013 read with the Companies Rules, 2014.
India
20 Jun 2019
15
Exemptions Under The Takeover Code
Basically, there are three types of acquisitions regulated under the Regulations.
India
4 Jun 2019
16
Shares With Differential Voting Rights – SEBI's Sequel Trumps The Original
The Securities Exchange Board of India (SEBI) has recently circulated a consultation paper on Differential Voting Rights (DVRs).
India
29 May 2019
17
New Reporting Requirements Under India's Company Law
This update discusses the implications of the new reporting requirements.
India
28 May 2019
18
Hostile Takeovers In India
If a tale of poison pills, dawn raids and shark repellents were to be narrated, one could reasonably assume that the tale would feature at least one jaded well-heeled spy.
India
10 May 2019
19
The FAQs Cover The Process Involved In Incorporating A Private Limited Company In India
There are several different types of entities in India such as private limited company, public limited company, limited liability partnership, sole proprietorship etc.
India
29 Apr 2019
20
Saga Of First Hostile Takeover In Information Technology Sector
In ordinary parlance, a hostile takeover shall imply the acquisition of Target Company by the Acquirer which is accomplished by going directly to the company's shareholders or fighting to replace management to get the purchase approved.
India
1 Apr 2019
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