Companies Act 2013 Blog Posts

Buy Back of Shares by Private or Unlisted Company

The provisions relating to buy-back of securities, under the Companies Act 2013 namely sections 68 to 70, which have been notified, have now repealed the provisions relating Companies Act, 1956.Points to be noted:1. A company may buy-back its ow...
by Mowing the Law on Apr 18, 2016

Procedures you need to know: Voluntary Winding Up of LLP

STEP 1 (CONSENT OF CREDITORS AND MAKING OF DECLARATION):-A. Making of DeclarationØ  The majority of its designated partners (being not less than two) must make a declaration in Form No. 2 verified by an affidavit to the effect that the LLP has...
by Mowing the Law on Apr 12, 2016

CSR under Companies Act 2013: From Choice, to Necessity, to Compulsion

“CSR is the activity which has to come from heart, executives strive day [and] night for the growth of the company by the help of customers, CSR is a perfect opportunity to pay back to society.”-       Deepak Kapoor[...
by Mowing the Law on Mar 22, 2015

CSR under Companies Act 2013: From Choice, to Necessity, to Compulsion

“CSR is the activity which has to come from heart, executives strive day [and] night for the growth of the company by the help of customers, CSR is a perfect opportunity to pay back to society.”-       Deepak Kapoor[...
by Mowing the Law on Mar 22, 2015

Companies Act 2013: Important Features

Companies Act 2013 was passed on 29th August 2013 & replaces the 5 decades old Companies Act 1956. The Companies Act was passed but Companies Rules was still to be passed & Ministry of Companies Affairs released the Draft Rules for public com...
by The Hotchpotch of Indian Laws on Jan 28, 2014

Draft rules under companies act

The Companies Act of India which was Incorporated in 1956 has recently been Replaced been replaced by Brand new Act, Companies Act 2013. It was introduced in Parliament & after many discussion was passed & got accent from the President on 29t...
by The Hotchpotch of Indian Laws on Sep 14, 2013
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