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Directors of a Company
A company is a legal entity and does not have any physical existence. It can act only through natural persons to run its affairs. The person, acting on its behalf, is called Director - - Harsh Vardhan Jajodia
Added Date: 15 May 2008

India’s FDI Policy in Trading & Retailing Sector
India has developed very comprehensive and open policy towards Foreign Direct Investment (‘FDI’). Since the inception of economic reforms in early 1990s - - Ved Prakash
Added Date: 12 Jun 2008

Share Transfer Restrictions
The article is about the restrictions on free transferability of shares in the case of companies with emphasis on section 111A of the Companies Act which provides for free transferability in the case of Public companies.- - Nishtha Kacholia
Added Date: 23 Jun 2008

Overseas Acquisitions/Investments By Indian Companies
This Article analyses the emerging trend of overseas acquisition by Indian companies and the various methods of funding and a study of strategic deals. - - Adv. Bhuvana Veeraragavan
Added Date: 23 Jun 2008

Declaration and Distribution of Dividends by a Company
The purpose of this article is to enunciate the procedure for declaration and distribution of dividends by a company under the Companies Act, 1956 (the “Act”). - - Tulika Sinha & Shashank Bijapur
Added Date: 23 Sep 2008

Directors of a Company
company is a legal entity and does not have any physical existence. It can act only through natural persons to run its affairs. The person, acting on its behalf, is called Director. A Director is any person, occupying the position of Director, by whatever name called. - - Ankit Sethi
Added Date: 29 Oct 2008

Buy Back Of Shares
Provision related to buy back of shares introduced in the Companies Act in the year 1999. It delves into the reasons for buy back, how buy back is carried out by a company, when it is allowed, the formalities and the compliances required to be fulfilled - - Saurav Paul
Added Date: 1 Dec 2008

How SEBI Should Deal With Disgorged Money
The Concept of ‘Disgorgement’ is gaining importance in the Indian Financial Market, as a mean of compensating Indian investors who were harmed or cheated in the Initial Public Offering and other securities scams taking place in the country. The concept has developed very strongly in U.S.A and European Countries, where the regulators collect the disgorged money and distribute it to the harmed investors. - - Amit Bhaskar
Added Date: 1 Dec 2008

Globalization: challenges and opportunities
During 1990 to 2003, the volume of world trade has increased and the higher and middle-income countries managed to increase their share in world trade mainly due to the opening up of economies because of globalization - - Prof. Loveleen Chawla
Added Date: 7 Dec 2008

Section 372A of the Companies Act
Aim of the article is to discuss practical aspects and provisions of the Section 372A of the Companies Act, 1956 - - Suresh Savaliya
Added Date: 10 Feb 2009

Shareholders Agreement
Whether an excercise of such "put option" ie a right to sell, can be enforced by the investors without violating SCRA, 1956 and the possible alternatives to prevent such violation with respect to private and public limited companies. - - Ankur Kashyap
Added Date: 28 Feb 2009

Most Favoured Nation Treatment
Most Favoured Nation principle is one of the most fundamental principles of the WTO. It requires member states to accord the most favourable tariff and regulatory treatment given to the product of any one member - - Amit Bhaskar
Added Date: 16 Mar 2009

Listing & Delisting Of Securities
Listing & delisting of securities is one of the important process in trading.In the market condition it becomw more essential to know the rule which govern it and the regulating agency. The present article address this issue. - - Vinay Ranjan
Added Date: 31 Mar 2009

Protection Of The Investors By Sebi
This particular paper highlights the dedication of the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) towards giving the investors a concrete roof where they can feel protected - - Sanjay Chatterjee
Added Date: 23 Apr 2009

Duties & Liabilities of Officers of a Company
The statutory principles of Corporate Law in India are enshrined primarily in the Companies Act, 1956 ("the Act") and other supplementary and complementary enactments and regulations. - - Neha Rai
Added Date: 23 Apr 2009


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