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Transfer and Transmission of Shares Under Companies Act, 2013


Pradeep K Mittal,

B.Com, LLB, FCS,

PKMG Law Chambers,

Central Council Member, the Institute of Company

Secretaries of India, New Delhi.

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Section 56: Transfer and Transmission of...

By Pradeep Mittal February 08, 2019
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uniform civil code ,   ucc ,   importance of ucc

Author: Swechha Malik, Lawfarm Intern

In India, different communities are governed by different Personal laws like Hindu Marriage Act, Hindu Succession Act, Hindu Adoption and Maintenance Act for Hindus. Whereas Muslims, Parsis and Christians are governed by their own personal laws. Article 44...

By Amrisha Tripathi September 21, 2018
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Sale Deed ,   immovable Property ,   Transfer of Property ,   Registration of property

What is a Sale Deed?

A sale deed is a legal document that enables a party to transfer property from one person to another. It is defined under Section 54 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 as; “Sale” is a transfer of ownership in exchange for a price paid or promised or part-paid and...

By Asmita Rakhecha March 25, 2018
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will ,   execution ,   requirement

S.63 of the Indian Succession Act, 1925 stipulates three conditions as regards to execution of will Viz.,

1. The testator shall sign or shall affix his mark to the will, or it shall be signed by some other person in his presence and by his direction.

2. The signature or mark of the testator, or...

By Rajaganapathy Ganesan March 25, 2018
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shares ,   debentures ,   convertible debenture ,   redeemable debenture ,   types of debentures ,   preference shares ,   redeemable shares ,   equity shares

Capital is needed by the companies, both private and public to increase their productivity or market reach or to purchase latest modern equipment and machines. So, companies go for Initial Public Offering (IPO) and if they had already gone for IPO they go for Follow - on Public Offer (FPO). In...

By Lawfarm Team March 19, 2018
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Legal ,   External commercial borrowings ,   ECB ,   foreign ,   loan ,   FCCB ,   FCEB


Any money that is borrowed from a foreign source or foreign institutions (for entities that are eligible to take them as per RBI guidelines and other laws governing such borrowings) the objective of which is to finance the commercial activities in India is known as...

By Neha Agarwal March 19, 2018
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principal employer ,   contractor ,   independent contractor ,   agent ,   liability ,   contractor law ,   master servant


A principal employer for sure is liable for the acts of his servant done on his behalf but a principal employer who engages an independent contractor to work for him will not be liable for the acts of independent contractor as the difference is that an independent contractor is “...

By Lawfarm Team March 19, 2018