Artificial Intelligence Boon or Bane – 2

Circumstance in India India despite the fact that being a work driven country, it has never halted openings for Artificial Intelligence in various areas. India Ranks third in by and large utilization of Artificial Intelligence on the planet, with 19% of our ventures utilizing AI. Moreover, the Legal Industry in India is gradually advancing towards... Continue Reading →

I stopped Vlogging because of my dark skin

I am a Keralite, born and brought up in Mumbai. My skin complexion is somewhere between fair and dark, so I can safely say that I am a brown citizen in my country. With the recent outrage in the United States against racism, its tremors have also hit India. But, I personally feel that we... Continue Reading →

Helplessness during Covid

I belong to that section of society, whose problems are sometimes not understood. When we express our complaints, we are often told that “you should consider yourself lucky that you have everything, touchwood, you do not know, what financial problem means”. I still do not understand how this society works. Why is a woman’s mental... Continue Reading →

Promoters in a Company 2

PROMOTERS IN COMPANY LAW (PART 2) A promoter has the foremost major role within the incorporation of a corporation from a mere business idea. They perform the subsequent functions to line it on a course of development. Promoters are generally the primary persons who conceive the thought of business. They perform the required investigation to... Continue Reading →

Promoters in a Company – 1

PROMOTERS IN COMPANY LAW(PART -1) Before 2013 there was no legal position related to promoters were defined in the Old Version of the Act of 1956. In the Old Act, the subscriber to the M.O.A was regarded as the promoters since they had subscribed to the company from its inception. CONCEPT ‘Promotion’ may be a... Continue Reading →

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) was constituted under Section 410 of the businesses Act, 2013 for hearing appeals against the orders of National Company Law Tribunal(s) (NCLT). Hon'ble Acting Chairperson -Justice Bansi Lal Bhat CONSTITUTION As per Section 410 of Companies Act, 2013 ,the Central Government shall, by notification, constitute, an Appellate Tribunal to... Continue Reading →

Adjudicatory Body

National Company Law Tribunal NCLT was intended to be introduced within the Indian system in 2002 under the framework of Companies Act, 1956 however, thanks to the litigation with reference to the constitutional validity of NCLT which went for over 10 years, therefore, it had been notified under the businesses Act, 2013. It is a... Continue Reading →

Development in Company Law

DIRECTOR IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (DIN) • Director Identification Number (DIN) is a unique 8-digit number that is allotted by Central Government to the individuals who intend to become a director in a company or who already are directors of company. • DIN once allotted is valid for lifetime of a director until cancelled, surrendered or deactivated.... Continue Reading →

Corruption 12

Actually, fabulous corruption denies the condition of assets in a 'discriminatory' way. This is obvious when assets are straightforwardly misused from the administration financial plan. This likewise happens on account of inordinate foundation undertakings or 'white elephants' and the misrepresented acquisition of military hardware. When creating structures, streets, air terminals, etc of a substandard quality,... Continue Reading →

Corporate Governance

Governance is an act of managing a corporate entity. Corporate Governance has a broad scope and includes social and institutional aspect. It is more than company administration. It is fair, efficient and transparent functioning of corporate management system. A code of conduct which the board of directors may abide by while running the corporate enterprise.... Continue Reading →

Corruption 11

Corruption as a Violation of the Fundamental Obligations Set Out in Article 2(1) of the ICESCR In specific situations, corruption both negligible and great) should outstandingly be viewed as an infringement of the ICESCR. As referenced above, corruption for instance, in the police power and the legal executive − additionally influences basic liberties revered in... Continue Reading →

Winding up a company 2

WINDING UP IN COMPANY LAW (PART 2) Company Liquidator: Appointment: The tribunal shall also appoint a provisional liquidator or a company liquidator at the time of passing an order for winding up of the company. This liquidator shall be appointed by a panel maintained by the Central Government consisting of the names of chartered accountants,... Continue Reading →

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