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MERGER….. the future of India

According to Section 232 of the Companies Act 2013, Merger refers to an arrangement by which two or more companies join together to form one company. In other words, a merger is the combination of two or more companies into a single legal entity under which transferor companies lose its existence and hence dissolved and … Read moreMERGER….. the future of India

RECENT AMENDMENTS UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT/LLP ACT

As the various law related to companies are changing frequently like Companies Act 2013, LLP Act, etc. MCA (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) has issued various notifications and circulars time to time under the Companies and LLP Act. There have been some sweeping changes in the Companies Act, 2013 in last couple of months. Those were … Read moreRECENT AMENDMENTS UNDER THE COMPANIES ACT/LLP ACT

INTENSITY OF COVID CASES IN INDIA :- Judicial Intervention

The Central and State Governments in aid with administrative bodies and local authorities are working very hard to control the situation across nation but despite their best efforts, the condition has become unstoppable. Henceforth, in view of the vast increase of covid cases and mortality rate in India, the High Courts of different states as … Read moreINTENSITY OF COVID CASES IN INDIA :- Judicial Intervention

ARBITRATION: – A Boon or Bane

ARBITRATION:    AN OVERVIEW Arbitration is an effective alternative dispute resolution to resolve disputes outside the Court. There is no jury or judge, rather, just an Arbitrator who listen both the parties and decides the matter by pronouncing Arbitration Award. Arbitration Law in India is governed by the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996. In this, the … Read moreARBITRATION: – A Boon or Bane

“Zero FIR is aimed at preventing/saving the people in need of urgent help from the difficulty of making the rounds of police stations to lodge a complaint.”

ZERO FIR INTRODUCTION: The notion of Zero FIR is comparatively new. Zero FIR takes away the concept of jurisdiction to allow for smooth initiation of proceedings. It ensures that justice is neither delayed nor denied. With the introduction of Zero FIR, police officers would have no other choice but to lodge the FIR, irrespective of … Read more“Zero FIR is aimed at preventing/saving the people in need of urgent help from the difficulty of making the rounds of police stations to lodge a complaint.”