DOCTRINES UNDER COMPANY LAW

The enactment of doctrine is to provide protection to the company, its management as well as outsiders engaged in the company

This Article is written by Madhvi  student of UILS, Panjab University. CHANDIGARH. A company is recognized as an artificial person and has a legal status. It is governed by certain rules and regulations. The Memorandum of Association (MOA) and Articles of Association (AOA) provide for the company’s own framework and constitution which lays down objectives, … Read more

THE MEANING OF SHELL COMPANIES IN INDIA

The term “shell company” has never been defined in any Company legislation of India, be it the Companies Act 2013 or even Companies Act 1956,

This article is written by Dev Agarwal, 3rd year student of Heritage Law College, Calcutta University INTRODUCTION The term “shell company” has never been defined in any Company legislation of India, be it the Companies Act 2013 or even Companies Act 1956, the same was observed in Assam Co. India Ltd. v. Union of India … Read more

EVOLUTION OF COMPANIES ACT IN INDIA

Company Law in India, like most of the legislation has its root in the English Law and enacted in the Companies Act of 1850 was also enacted.

The article is written by Dev Agarwal, a 3rd year law student of Heritage Law College, Kolkata. HISTORY OF THE LEGISLATION Company Law in India, like most of the legislation has its root in the English Law. In England, Joint Stock Company was passed in 1844 and subsequently in India, the Companies Act of 1850 … Read more

ANALYSIS OF COMPANIES (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2020

Companies bill 2020

This Article on Analysis of Companies bill 2020 is written by Nashita Nazneen. A from B. S. Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology Crescent School of Law. INTRODUCTION: Finance Minister, Mrs. Nirmala Sitharaman introduced the Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2020 hereinafter referred to as “Bill” in Lok Sabha on 17th March 2020. This Bill … Read more

Finance Act 2020, Companies (Amendment) Bill and ambitious Aatmanirbhar Bharat

This Article is written by Dev Agarwal, Law Student from Heritage Law College, Calcutta University. Introduction In the wake of the ongoing Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India Shri Narendra Modi pitched for Aatmanirbhar Bharat, literally meaning Self-Reliant India. But before officially announcing this ambitious scheme, the legislation of Finance Act 2020 … Read more