Pre-certification of forms & Returns required to be filed with Registrar of companies

Pre certification of forms & Returns required to be filed with Registrar of companies Meaning Pre certification refers to examination and authentication of various forms required to be filled with Authorities governed under various laws. In other words, Pre certification means to check the form by the Independent Professional before filling it with the Ministry […]

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BUYBACK OF SHARES AND SECURITIES

APPLICABLE PROVISIONS: Section 68, 69 & 70 of the Companies Act, 2013 read with Rule 17 of The Companies (Share Capital & Debentures) Rules, 2014 are the provision concerned towards the Buy Back of Securities by the unlisted company; however, in addition to the companies act, 2013 the listed Company shall also comply with the […]

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Compounding Of Certain Offences Under Companies Act, 2013

An offence is an Act, of omission or Default, whether committed wilfully or due to negligence, ultimately lead the Company or its officer, to Fine, penalties and/or imprisonment, as specified under the Act. Compounding of offence is a tool, whereby a person/entity committing default, admitted that he / it has committed an offence and seeks […]

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Presentation on Latest Amendments under Companies Act, 2013 & Introduction of New Forms

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Important Aspects of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code

The laws relating to insolvency and bankruptcy in the earlier centuries were framed for penalizing the defaulting debtors. Over the Years there has been improvising change in the global regulatory framework towards corporate insolvency. The principal focus of modern insolvency legislation is not liquidation and elimination of insolvent entities but on the renovation of the financial and organizational structure of debtors experiencing financial distress so as to permit the rehabilitation and continuation of their business. If the rehabilitation is not possible it enables effective winding up of companies in time bound manner through single regulator i.e. “National Company Law Tribunal”.

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