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Law and Procedure on Mergers/Amalgamations, Takeovers, Joint Ventures, LLPs and Corporate Restructure (Incorporating Companies Act, 2013 Provisions)

Law and Procedure on Mergers/Amalgamations, Takeovers, Joint Ventures, LLPs and Corporate Restructure (Incorporating Companies Act, 2013 Provisions)

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• Ind AS and Accounting Standards
• Business Reorganisation
• Buy-back of Shares
• Demerger
• Due Diligence
• Share Based Employee Benefits (ESOS, ESPS, SAR, DEBS and RBS)
• Investment in Overseas JVs/WOS
• International Merger Laws
• Joint Venture/Franchising/BPOs
 • Limited Liability Partnership
• Listing Regulations, 2015
• Mergers/Amalgamations
• Reconstruction
• Red
uction of Capital
• Rehabilitation of Sick Industrial Companies
• Sweat Equity
• Takeover Regulations 2011
• Valuation of Shares

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Description
•This book marginally falling short of being a text book, brings out the basic principles of a corporate entity and the law and procedure for its restructuring. The treatment of the subject is such as would enable every corporate executive to know the law on corporate restructuring. It will serve as a guide to all professionals, lawyers, chartered accountants, chartered secretaries, and entrepreneurs to understand the law relating to corporate restructuring generally and in particular on takeovers and amalgamations.
•The Readers will be aware that even after passing of the Companies Act, 2013, several important provisions and rules relating thereto have not yet been made effective. Consequently though we have made efforts to give many of the provisions of Companies Act, 2013, and its rules (including draft rules where applicable) many of the provisions of Companies Act, 1956 have been quoted, where found necessary.
•This book is an attempt to bring under 'one umbrella' the different forms of corporate restructuring - both organic and non-organic - viz. initial public issue, conversion to a public limited company, Share based employee benefits (ESOP etc.), buy-back of shares, reduction of capital, reconstruction, compromise and arrangement, mergers, amalgamations, demergers, takeovers, business reorganisation including conversion of a firm to a private limited company and rehabilitation of sick industrial companies. In addition there are separate chapters on law relating to amalgamation of banking companies, merger of small and holding-subsidiary companies, valuation of shares, due diligence and accounting issues in relation to corporate restructure.
•Procedural aspects of the different corporate restructuring are also given, so as to provide a holistic treatment of the subject at the end of each chapter. However, a note of caution - the procedure given is not complete, and for a detailed procedure the reader should consult his professional advisors. Effort has been made to give draft of resolutions, schemes for ESOPs, scheme for amalgamation, scheme of demerger, agreement for purchase of shares of a company and draft of a valuation report.
• A FREE CD is being provided by the Publishers containing draft format of certain agreements and schemes, as also certain relevant forms under the Companies (Court) Rules, 1959, the General Forms under the Companies Act 1956 and the Takeover laws. A chart showing the compliance required under the Takeover laws is also given. It is hoped that this feature will be of help to the readers.
• An attempt has been made to cover the effect of other related legislations like the Income-tax Act, the SEBI regulations, and the Foreign Exchange Management Act, on different forms of restructuring. The effect of sales-tax, excise duty and the stamp duty laws on amalgamation of companies are also referred to.
• Effort has been made to incorporate the legal provisions as they exist at the time of publication. The changes made by the Finance Act and the SEBI Act and Regulations have been brought, to the extent possible, up to date. Mention has been made, where felt necessary, to the proposed changes as well.
• As the new rules relating to National Company Law Tribunal and the National Company Law Appellate Rules have not yet been framed, we have followed the procedure as given in the Company (Court) Rules, though reference is made to the draft rules both to the said National Company Law Tribunal and the Appellate Rules.
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 Contents
I.    Preliminary
II.    Restructuring of Capital
III.    Change in Share Capital as Part of Issue of Sweat Equity
IV.    Share Based Employee Options (Employee Stock Options).
V.    Buy-Back of Shares
VI.    Reduction of Share Capital
VII.    Reorganisation through Compromise or an Arrangement
VIII.    Amalgamation & Mergers
IX.    Amalgamation of Small Companies and Holding & Subsidiary Companies
X.    Amalgamation & Reconstruction of Banking Companies
XI.    Demerger.
XII.    Reconstruction
XIII.    Reorganisation of Business
XIV.    Due Diligence
XV.    Valuation of Business/Shares
XVI.    International Merger Law
XVII.    Joint Ventures (JVs)
XVIII.    Limited Liability Partnership
IX.    Revival and Rehabilitation of Sick Industrial Companies
XX.    Takeovers and Takeover Regulations
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Author Details
K. R. Sampath : The author is an Advocate of Bombay High Court, a Solicitor to the Supreme Court of England and Wales. Till recently he was a practicing solicitor and Notary Public in England. Beside, he is an Associate of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India. Presently he is Practising as a corporate and tax lawyer.
He was one of the visiting faculty at the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management in early seventies and a visiting faculty at the Tata Institute of Management, Pune. He has written several articles including one on the exchange control provisions of India in the Euromoney Publications – Guide to Foreign Exchange Regulations, Fourth Edition.
He was written a book titled “Dictionary on Tax Laws” published by Company Law Institute of India (Chennai) and a book on Takeover Laws of India, and Law of Corporate Governance published by Snow white Publications, Mumbai.
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