Company Law

By | August 8, 2018
Company Law

The history of Indian Company Law began with the Joint Stock Companies Act of 1850. Since then a cumulative process of amendment and consolidation brought us to the most comprehensive and complicated piece of legislation, the Companies Act 1956. The Companies Act 2013 has replaced Companies Act 1956. The Act has 470 sections and 7 schedules as against 658 sections and 15 schedules in the 1956 Act.

Important articles and study material on Company Law – Click on the link to Read

  1. Introduction – Company Law
  2. Companies Act 2013 – Bare Act
  3. Amendments in Company Law
  4. Types of Company
  5. Incorporation of a Company with Charitable Objects – Section 8 Company
  6. Memorandum of Association
  7. Article of Association
  8. Incorporation of A Public Limited Company
  9. Promoter – Meaning, duty and liability
  10. Allotment of shares
  11. Payment of compensation for loss of office of MD or WTD or Manager
  12. Majority Powers And Minority Rights
  13. Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement
  14. Inspection, Inquiry and Investigation
  15. Non-Compliance Can Result In Imprisonment – Strictness Of The Government
  16. Redemption of Preference Shares by a Company Limited by Shares
  17. Applicability and Exemption under Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017
  18. Procedure for Declaration and Payment of Interim Dividend by the Board of Directors
  19. Incorporation of a Private Limited Company
  20. Holding First Meeting of Board of Directors of a Company
  21. Change of Name of Company Under Companies Act 2013
  22. Appointment of an Alternate Director under Section 161(2)
  23. Winding Up

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