Company Law – Notes, Case Laws and Study Material

By | August 8, 2018
Company Law

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

This course consists of 5 modules which cover a range of topics from the salient features of the Companies Act to various doctrines and Tribunals. To help readers get an in-depth understanding of the Indian Company Law, we have also provided well-researched and analytical articles on miscellaneous subjects towards the end of the course.

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

Module I

  1. A Comparative Analysis of the Provisions of Companies Act, 1956 and Companies Act, 2013
  2. Introduction to Company Law: Meaning, Nature and Characteristics
  3. Companies Act 2013 – Bare Act
  4. Types of Company
  5. Comparison of a Company with a Partnership firm and an LLP

Module II

  1. Formation of a Company under the Companies Act, 2013
  2. Disadvantages of Incorporation of a Company
  3. A Comprehensive Analysis of Section 9 of the Companies Act, 2013
  4. Case Study: Foss v Harbottle (1843)

Module III

  1. Memorandum of Association (MoA)
  2. Articles of Association: Meaning, Nature and Explanation
  3. Doctrine of Ultra Vires in Company Law
  4. Doctrine of Harmonious Construction: A Comprehensive Analysis
  5. Doctrine of Indoor Management in Company Law

Module IV

  1. Meetings under the Companies Act of 2013
  2. Shares, Share Capital and Debentures: Explained
  3. Winding Up of Companies

Module V

  1. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  2. National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT)
  3. National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT)

Other important articles and study material on Company Law:

  1. Allotment of shares
  2. Majority Powers And Minority Rights
  3. Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement
  4. Inspection, Inquiry and Investigation

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9 thoughts on “Company Law – Notes, Case Laws and Study Material

    1. Himanshu Saini

      Hello Aishwarika,
      We are working hard to make your experience better. Few topics are underway and will be updated soon.
      Thank you for reading at Legal Bites.

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  1. Shiva

    Sir thanks for notes and it’s good
    But victimology and penalogy
    Law of taxation notes not available please update do it sir

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  2. Goutham

    Hi,
    My Doubt, am working in a company, where i do not get Provident Fund nor Gratuity, how can i claim them, The company has been Registered under Companies Act.

    Reply
    1. Sunita

      Section 3 of the Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 provides for a ‘Controlling Authority’. Different areas have different controlling authorities that ensure the effective administration of this act. The act gives the controlling authority the status of a ‘quasi-judicial’ body which implies that it is empowered to adjudicate disputes arising out of non-payment of gratuity.
      The Controlling Authority may issue a notice in Form ‘O’ to both the applicant employee and the employer. The two parties will then have to appear before the authority on a specified date, time, and place, given in the notice.
      If the employer fails to present himself or an authorized person before the authority, the authority may proceed to hear the case and determine the employee’s application ex parte.
      If the employee fails to appear before the authority on the specified date, then the application will be disposed of.
      The authority, on hearing the case and examining the facts may pass a direction and issue a notice to the employer if it is established that employee is entitled to gratuity. A notice is served to the employer in Form ‘R’.
      Generally, an Assistant Labour Commissioner of a state is appointed as a controlling authority in a state with the hearing taking place in the office of the Labour Commissioner. If you have been denied gratuity payment by your employer, you can file a complaint under Section 8 of the act, against the company. The controlling authority, on hearing both sides, if satisfied with the employee’s stance, can direct the employer to pay the gratuity that is due along with the interest on it.
      If an employer fails to pay gratuity amount along with interest 30 days after the controlling authority has directed it to do so, the appropriate government, be it Central Government or State Government, whoever is concerned with the employing organization, will authorize the controlling authority to start prosecution against the employer, within 15 days.

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  3. Goutham

    Hi,
    My Doubt, am working in a company, where i do not get Provident Fund nor Gratuity, how can i claim them, The company has been Registered under Companies Act.

    Request to reply to my mail id.

    Reply
  4. Vidyashree B S

    Is there any rules in company act 2013 or 1956 that employee must pledge their doccuments like original marks cards to manager or company until they work in that company ?

    Reply

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