Corporate Professional

A comprehensive section-wise commentary onCompetition Act 2002, Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Act, 1969 (predecessor to the 2002 Act), and Consumer Protection Act, 1986. Thoroughly revised, it examines in detail the provisions relating to competition law, such as anti -competitive agreements;prohibition of abuse of dominant position;abuse of dominant position; and combination and Regulation of combinations. It incorporates Indian and foreign case law and legislation including European Union, United States, and Australia.Appendices to the book include all the pertinent Rules, Regulations and allied legislation and relevant foreign legislation.
The book contains SEBI (Issue of Capital and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2009, a thorough coverage of Delisting of Equity Shares Regulations, 2009, Simplified Listing Agreement of Debt Securities Limited Liability Partnership Procedures.It also includes a step by step coverage of E-Filing Procedures under MCA-21 Programme and e-Stamping in the relevant topics. New topics like Limited Liability Partnership and Delisting of Equity Shares are covered. It also provides updated and revised procedures on, such as Incorporation, Conversion, Amalgamation, Takeover, Dissolution, Alteration, Changes, Modification, Registration of Charges,Appointments, Removals and other changes relating to Directors,Managers,Auditors,Sole Selling Agents, Managerial Remuneration, Meetings and Proceedings, Applications, Allotments, Calls, Transfer/ Transmission and Forfeiture,Administration,Declaration of Dividend,Depreciation,Contributions, Accounts Audits, Oppressions/Mismanagement, Contracts and Arrangements,Lending, Investments, Borrowings, Foreign Companies, Issue of Shares and Debentures, Enlistment of Securities Producer Companies, External Commercial Borrowing, Anti-competitive agreements, Abuse of Dominant Position, Consumer Protection and Sick Industrial Companies, etc.
Bhandari's Guide to Company Law Procedures 21st Edition, 2009, has been extensively updated and revised. Expeditious incorporation of companies, simplified and ease of convenience in filing of Forms/ Returns, better compliance management, total transparency through e-Governance, customer centric approach, increased usage of professional certificate for ensuring authenticity and reliability of the Forms / Returns, building up a centralised database repository of corporate operating, enhanced service level fulfillment, inspection of public documents of companies anytime from anywhere, registration as well as verification of charges anytime from anywhere, timely redressal of investor grievances and availability of more time for MCA employees for monitoring and supervision have all been dealt with, besides much more. This is the definitive guide to Company Law Procedures and is an absolutely indispensible aide to this subject.
It is a comprehensive and authoritative commentary on the new Companies Act 2013.New Concepts/provisions introduced by Companies Act 2013 analyzed and discussed. It examines the relationship between the Companies Act 2013 and the Companies Act 1956 and to address unique challenges/issues arising out of concurrent operation of two Acts and throws light on ambiguities and uncertainties in the law. Rules, Clarifications, Notifications and Orders issued under Companies Act 2013 and Allied Legislation (SEBI Regulations, FEMA Regulations, RBI Master Circulars etc.) updated as on the date of going to press.Detailed appendixes, providing rules, regulations, orders issued under Companies Act 2013, and Companies Act 1956, as well as Allied legislation and regulations issued thereunder.
Mergers et al contains detailed analysis of the provisions of the English Companies Act which form the backdrop of the provisions of the Indian Companies Act. Also contains detailed discussions on certain instances of mergers, demergers, sale of an undertaking and their respective tax implications, valuation methodologies, instances of mergers derailed, secretarial aspects on pre and post merger situations, a brief introduction to income-tax provisions with regard to mergers, demergers and slump sale, live examples and analysis of schemes of demergers and reconstruction, merger of Banking Companies, Government Companies and Limited Liability Partnerships, merger of foreign companies with Indian companies, reduction of share capital with a detailed chapter on Corporate Debt Restructuring, Family arrangements, a detailed chapter on Competition Act, etc.
Company Secretarial Practice Manual is a comprehensive manual comprising topic-wise concise commentary on the law and procedures under the Companies Act, 2013. The third edition of the book has been thoroughly revised in view of sea changes brought in by the Companies Act, 2013. This edition is a unique treatise, comprising of 50 chapters, with focus on the practical and procedural aspects to assist company secretaries in their day-to-day secretarial activities. It contains commentary with latest case notes on important aspects of the Companies Act, 2013 and is updated with the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2015. It explains key compliance requirements relating to Director’s Interests and their Disclosures, Related Party Transactions and Insider Trading. It includes reference to constitution of NCLT and NCLAT. It contains a separate chapter on compliances under the SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015. It also provides updated rules, regulations and removal of difficulties orders, notifications and circulars with cross reference given in the commentary. It incorporates specimen resolutions and precedents. It includes useful tables and key compliance checklists relating to
  • Investments, Loans, Guarantees & Securities;
  • Kinds of Disclosure requirements under SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations;
  • Buy-back of shares; and
  • Board meetings.
This book provides a well-organized arrangement of the statement of facts, issues, allegations and the final outcome in a brief yet lucid manner. This book is a gateway into the subject of competition law for anyone requiring a bird’s eye view into the proceedings of the Competition Commission of India.
CR Datta on the company Law is a revised, updated and enlarged commentary on the Company Law covering all amendments right under each section with the most exclusive feature of covering Accounting and Accounting practices. This part contains ICAI Accounting Standards (As), Accounting Standards Interpretations (Asis), Statements, Pronouncements, Documents And Guidance Notes On Accounting Of The Institute Of Chartered Accountants Of India (ICAI). This book will serve as aindispensible guide and practical reference book for the Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Lawyers, Directors and Company.
This book examines in detail the formation and operation of a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) as a form of business organization in India. In India, the concept of limiting the liability of partnerships was introduced through the LLP Act, 2008. Under the Act a partnership has become an entity that is a combination of a company under the Companies Act, and a partnership under the Partnership Act. The reasons for forming LLPs were articulated, and the new type of partnership visualized, by the Naresh Chandra Committee and presented in its Report, the text of which is given as an Annexure in the book. This commentary on the LLP Act provides an integrated analysis on the current state of the law by including a comparative analysis of the relevant provisions of the Companies Act, 1956. Under each section apart from a general discussion of the provisions, the author also points out the significant issues relating to the law of partnership and contemporary LLPs under the law of the United Kingdom and Singapore. Of utmost importance, the tax implications of the introduction of the LLP Act are also deliberated upon at relevant places, in particular with reference to the conversion of firms, private companies, and unlisted public companies into LLPs.
It deals with the law on mergers and amalgamations with reference to corporate as well as tax law. They focus specially on contemporary issues like the Takeover Code, demergers, accounting standards issued on the subject, etc. The book presents pertinent cases in a concise and systematic manner to ensure that practitioners understand clearly and quickly the scope and significance of rulings lay down by the Courts in relation to mergers, demergers and schemes involving debt and capital restructuring. The narrative is jargon free to the greatest extent possible. This book is ideal even for those who do not have a specialist background in the field.
This book, an outcome of the serious erudition of Dr M C Mehanathan, deals with the law on prevention of money—laundering elaborately. lt gives an account of international initiatives to combat the problem of money-laundering and critically analyses the provisions of the Prevention of Money- laundering Act, 2002. This book is the most exhaustive work on the subject ever written in India. Besides serving the members of the ’Bench and Bar’ as a reference manual, this book will also serve as a handbook of reference for officers of the banks, non-banking financial institutions and other institutions. The book in separate chapters, elaborates the Reserve Bank of lndia’s guidelines given to the banks, non-banking financial institutions and other institutions to combat the problem of money—laundering.

LexisNexis Corporate Laws (The Companies Act, 2013 with allied Acts, Rules and Regulations) Including The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (Palmtop Edition)

Salient Features:-
  • Annotated text of the Companies Act, 2013
  • 38 Rules issued under the Companies Act, 2013
  • Quick Reference Tables list
  • Provisions of the 2013 Act with corresponding provisions of the 1956 Act
  • Proposed amendments in the 2013 Act vis-à-vis the existing provisions of the 2013 Act
  • 33 Allied Acts and SEBI Regulations
  • M C Bhandari's Guide To Company Law Procedures, 23e 2015

This edition of M C Bhandari Guide to Company Law Procedures provides comprehensive coverage of procedures under the Companies Act, 2013, including guidance on new developments such as Incorporation of a One Person Company, Appointment of Independent Directors, and Removal of Auditors. The present edition also covers procedures under the Companies Act, 1956, for areas where they continue to be applicable. Compliances under allied legislation including SEBI and RBI regulations have been examined. Draft Agreements, notices, resolutions and minutes supplement the commentary, making this work a practical tool on company law procedures.

Volume 1: Procedures under the Companies Act, 2013 and Regulations issued by SEBI, RBI and other regulatory bodies

Volume 2: Company Resolutions, Agenda and Meetings, Notices and Minutes

Volume 3: Rules under the Companies Act, 2013, E-forms, Returns, Applications and Petitions

Volume 4: Company Precedents, Agreements, Deeds, and Documentation with Practice Notes

The third edition of Company Meetings: Law, Practice and Procedure focuses on the new concepts and amendments brought in by the Companies Act, 2013. It includes guidance on conducting and convening meetings as well as on post meeting formalities. It exhaustively deals with the law, procedures and practices relating to all aspects of the meetings. This subject becomes more important on account of the fact that the provisions relating to the meetings of members and directors under the Companies Act, 2013 have become effective with effect from 1 April 2014. This book has commented on changes introduced by the Companies Act, 2013, such as the attendance by directors in board meetings through videoconference and electronic voting in general meetings. The Companies Act, 2013 has also brought about vital changes with regard to board committees. Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement has also been recast and has affected to some extent the board and committee composition and meetings.
This work is a treatise on the law relating to Company Directors in the context of the Companies Act, 2013 and the Companies Act, 1956. This edition has been thoroughly revised to reflect developments in Company Law, including the latest compliances that affect a company’s overall management and functioning. This work features the powers, rights, duties, responsibilities of directors. It provides detailed guidance on topics such as Appointment and Remuneration, Related Party Transactions, Disclosure of Interests, Removal, Vacation of Office, and Personal Liability of Directors. There is special emphasis and discussion on new concepts and compliances introduced by the Companies Act 2013, such as Independent Directors, Audit Committee, Nomination and Remuneration Committee, and Corporate Social Responsibility Committee.
Commentary on the provisions of the Companies Act of 2013 relating to Related Party Transactions (transactions between persons in positions of responsibilities in Companies and their relatives in the same company or other companies). Following provisions affecting Related Party Transactions under Companies Act 2013 and related laws are discussed:
  1. Statutory Duties of Directors
  2. Regulatory Compliances
  3. Legal and Penal Consequences of appointing relatives to the office or place of profit
  4. Managerial Remuneration
  5. Provisions under the Income tax Act, 1961 affecting domestic transactions involving related party transactions
  6. Related Party Transactions in One Person Company
  7. Accounting of Related Party Transactions under AS – 18
  • LVV Iyer : Guide to Company Directors
  • Corporate Laws, 4e 2015
  • The Companies Act, 2013 with Rules & Forms, 3e 2015
  • The Companies Act, 2013
  • Iyer: Guide to Company Directors
  • Ramanujam: Mergers et al
  • M C Bhandari : Guide to Memorandum, Articles & Incorporation of Companies