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Compendium of Key Issues Under Corporate Law (5 Volume Set)

Compendium of Key Issues Under Corporate Law (5 Volume Set)

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  • Author(s): Dr. K.R. Chandratre
  • Publisher: Bloomsbury
  • Edition: 2 Ed 2022
  • ISBN 13 9789354350177
  • Approx. Pages 5268 + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description
With the rapid change in statutory environment, corporate Law has been evolving at a fast pace. The complexities in the laws have been rising, posing a constant challenge to practicing professionals. There exist issues which perhaps may not be addressed by legislation and delegated legislation, but some of which are addressed by the judiciary. This book is a compendium of key issues under corporate laws covering a wide spectrum of topics in five volumes.
This book brings out issues in corporate law covering aspects that professionals face in practice. It also brings out a lot of aspects that readers should be aware of. Legislation and case.
Key highlights
● Topic-wise detailed analysis of various Corporate Law issues.
● Various Issues organised under different heads addressing key issues concerning the topic.
● Detailed analysis of statutory provisions alongwith relevant judicial pronouncements and
    provisions of allied laws (wherever applicable) for each topic; e.g. SEBI Act and various Regulations
    issued by the SEBI.
● Analysis of certain landmark judicial pronouncements.
 ● Comparative position of various topics among Companies Act, 2013 and Companies Act, 1956.
● Certain new concepts of Companies Act, 2013 explained in detail
● Rules of interpretation of statutes discussed wherever necessary.
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Table of Contents
VOLUME 1
Chapter 1 : Concepts of "company"
Chapter 2 : Cessation of a Company
Chapter 3 : Lifting of corporate veil
Chapter 4 : Type & Powers of Company
Chapter 5 : Private company
Chapter 6 : Public Company
Chapter 7 : Section 8 Company
Chapter 8 : Listed company
Chapter 9 : One person company
Chapter 10 : Holding subsidiary relationship.
Chapter 11 : Members, Beneficial Ownership
Chapter 12 : Memorandum of Association.
Chapter 13 : Articles of Association
Chapter 14 : Name of the company
Chapter 15 :  Change of name of company
Chapter 16 : Shares
VOLUME 2
Chapter 17 : Alteration/Reduction/ Reorganisation in Share Capital
Chapter 18 : Buy back of shares
Chapter 19 : Right shares
Chapter 20 : Bonus shares
Chapter 21 : Transmission of shares.
Chapter 22 : Transfer/Sale of Shares
Chapter 23 : Shareholders
Chapter 24 : Debentures
Chapter 25 : Deposit
Chapter 26 : Investments
Chapter 27 : Loan & Investment by Company.
Chapter 28 : Dividend
Chapter 29 : Register & Returns
Chapter 30 : Contract
Chapter 31 : Remuneration
Chapter 32 : Related party transactions
Volume 3
Chapter 33 : Reserves
Chapter 34 : Audit
Chapter 35 : Class action
Chapter 36 : Offences and liabilities - Part I
Chapter 37 : Offences & liabilities - Part II.
Chapter 38 : Redemption of preference shares.
Chapter 39 : Securities premium account.
Chapter 40 : Office or place of profit
Chapter 41 : Amalgamation
Chapter 42 : Business restructuring
Chapter 43 : Compromise or Arrangement.
Chapter 44 : Merger
Chapter 45 : Directors
Chapter 46 : Partnership
VOLUME 4
Chapter 47 : Loans to Directors
Chapter 48 : Retirement by rotation
Chapter 49 : Managing director
Chapter 50 : Manager
Chapter 51 : Company Secretary
Chapter 52 : Board Meeting/Power of Board
Chapter 53 : Meetings
Chapter 54 : Voting rights
Chapter 55 : Proxies
Chapter 56 : Notice
Chapter 57 : Quorum
VOLUME 5
Chapter 58 : Oppression and Mismanagement
Chapter 59 : Principle of natural justice
Chapter 60 : Charge
Chapter 61 : Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1999.
Chapter 62 : Doctrine of 'indoor management'
Chapter 63 : Doctrine of ratification
Chapter 64 : Prospective or retrospective operation of a statute
Chapter 65 : Time limit expressions
Chapter 66 : Interpretation of law
Chapter 67 : Conclusive evidence of a transaction
Chapter 68 : Period of time
Chapter 69 : Serving of document
Chapter 70 : Legal status of documents
Chapter 71 : Jurisdiction
Chapter 72 : Non-compete and confidentiality clause
Chapter 73 : Acting in Concert
Chapter 74 : Compounding of Offences.
Chapter 75 : Corporate Social Responsibility
Chapter 76 : Auditor
Chapter 77 : Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016
Chapter 78 : NCLT
Chapter 79 : Defaults and non-compliances under Companies Act
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Author Details
Dr Chandratre is a Practising Company Secretary at Pune and has been in the profession of Company Secretary for over 30 years, before which he was a Lecturer in Commerce & Accountancy at R A Podar College of Commerce & Economics, Mumbai for three years. After serving Kirloskar Oil Engines Ltd. for 15 years, his last position being Director (Legal, Secretarial & HR) & Company Secretary, Dr Chandratre entered the practice as Company Secretary.
– With an impressive academic background a Master’s degree in Commerce, Law degree and Doctorate
   degree from the University of Pune, he is a fellow member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of
   India, he has secured several academic and professional distinctions and honours. He was the President
   of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India during 1996 and the Vice-President two years, 1994 and
   1995.
– Dr. Chandratre has copious published writings to his credit with over 1000 articles and 26 books on
    various subjects in the areas of Corporate Laws and Corporate Secretarial Practice. Many of his articles
    have bagged awards as best articles.
– Being an active participant in seminars, workshops, conferences and conventions, he so far addressed
   more than 500 such programmes, besides contributing papers at the National & International levels.
– Dr. Chandratre has served the government and various regulatory and industry institutions in various
   capacities over the years:
– Member of the Working Group on Redrafting of the Companies Act, 1956 constituted by the Government
   of India in August 1996, to draft
the new Companies Act substituted for the Companies Act 1956.
– Chairman of the Committee on ‘Delisting of Securities’ constituted by SEBI in March 1997; and member of
   Advisory Committee on Primary Markets of SEBI during 1996.

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