It is stated under Section 154(3) of the Code of Criminal Procedure that if a person is refused by an officer-in-charge of a police station to register his/her report, then that person has the option to send the content of the information of crime in written form to the concerned Superintendent of Police via post so that the information could be recorded and investigated upon.
Matrimonial disputes are an inevitable derivate of both the dispute redressal system and conjugal distress. Specifically in cases of divorce, the major challenge is with respect to the custody of minor children.
Whenever the decision makers are involved in sensitive discussions of any commercial, it is always important to ensure an NDA is signed between the parties which instills a degree of trust and confidence, which in turn can assist in open negotiations and exploring wider horizons.
A One Person Company (for short “OPC”) is a company incorporated by a single individual. Before the Companies Act 2013, one person alone could not get a company incorporated and had to go for a Sole Proprietorship.
Sec 2(37) of the Companies Act, 2013 defines “employees stock option” read with Sec 62(1)(b) of the Companies Act, 2013 and Rule 12 of the Companies (Share Capital and Debentures) Rules, 2014.
The major challenges in the insolvency resolution of real estate companies arise from the peculiarities of this sector, especially since the divergent interests of the allottees of the real estate projects do not align with the scheme of the CIRP.
MCA has specified the timeline to speed up the process of Fast Track Mergers. Earlier there was no time limit for Official Liquidators and Registrar of Companies to give objections and suggestions to the CG and CG to pass the confirmation order of the scheme of merger and amalgamation.
It is often said that one major disadvantage of a company structure is that there are more compliances. The cost of non-compliance is always more than the cost of compliance.
The grievance against NCLAT pertained to the pre-installation of certain apps promoted by Google within the Operating System which could not be removed by the user.
Main reasons for the delay is the spate of litigations by the promoters. Once the CIRP order is passed, the promoters get into the action with the sole objective of getting back the company at a cheaper price.
An application filed to initiate CIRP against the petitioners under Section 7(2) of the IBC Vidarbha Industries Power Limited v. Axis Bank Limited.
Since a specific limitation period for filing such an appeal is clearly mentioned, Section 17 of the Limitation Act could not be applied here.
A brief information of how a PPRIRP works in the real sense, making the resolution of Micro, small and medium scale enterprises not just speedy but also smooth.
Advantages of pre-Packaged Insolvency Resolution Process (PPIRP). A series on PPRIP. Read all the blogs to know PPRIP in detail.
the Insolvency Law Committee in 2020 constituted a sub-committee to study Pre-packaged Insolvency Resolution Process (PPIRP). On the basis of this subcommittee’s recommendations, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code was amended on 4/4/2021 through an ordinance to bring effect to this change.