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A Ramaiya Guide to the Companies Act (Box 1) (6 Parts Set)

A Ramaiya Guide to the Companies Act (Box 1) (6 Parts Set)

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  • Author(s): Ramaiya, Sudipto Sarkar, Arvind P Datar, K.Sekhar
  • Brand: LexisNexis
  • Edition: 19 Ed 2021
  • ISBN 13 9789389991352
  • Approx. Pages 11560 (approx.) + Contents
  • Format Hardbound
  • Approx. Product Size 24 x 16 cms
  • Delivery Time Normally 7-9 working days
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Description  
When the preceding (18th) edition of Ramaiya 's Guide to the Companies Act was published in 2015, several provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 ("2013 Act') were yet to be notified. Now, five years after the 18th edition, when the entire 2013 Act has been made operational, this 19h edition is truly the first exhaustive commentary of the 2013 Act. True to its inimitable legacy, this edition extensively covers the march of law, both in India and other foreign Jurisdictions. The last five years have seen great many amendments to the 2013 Act, and also to the several delegated legislation or rules. When this edition is going to the press, the Corporate Affairs Ministry has extended the term of the existing Company Law Committee by one more year, i.e. till September 17, 2021. This Committee was set up to make recommendations to the government on issues pertaining to the implementation of the 2013 Act and the Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008. It is hoped that this Committee will be able to further strengthen the 2013 Act by reducing the number of delegated legislation, Frequent changes in delegated legislation cause uncertainty in the corporate world. There lore, the focus should be on reducing delegated legislation by providing more flesh to the 2013 Act This Committee has also been tasked with suggesting measures to improve the functioning of NCLT. However, as pointed out in the INTRODUCTION to this edition by Arvind P. Datar, Senior Advocate, with the introduction of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 201l6, NCLTS have been overburdened with adjudication of insolvency cases. Without uppointing more members to the existing NCLTs, the mounting pendency of cases iS surely going to cripple the system. This edition has been completely revised and updated by a team of Specialist Editors who, apart from updating the content, have also highlighted areas where legislative attention is required. uwioidw P00 fifa Despite extensive amendments, the legislature, unfortunately, has not taken into consideration several judicial pronouncements in the cases of oppression and mismanagement, which are of great importance in corporate disputes, more so as these decisions have been noted in the earlier editions of this legal classic. Useful additions/modifications have also been made to the general scheme in order to make the content more accessible and researcher friendly. In sum, this edition will surely assist all practitioners and companies, and sufficient care has been taken to make this an exhaustive Commentary of the 2013 Act.
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Contents  
Volume - 1 - Sec. 1 To Sec. 127 with Notes 
Chapter 1 : Preliminary
Chapter 2 : Incorporation of Company and Matters Incidental Thereto
Chapter 3 : Prospectus and Allotment of Securities
Chapter 4 : Share Capital and Debentures
Chapter 5 : Acceptance of Deposits by Companies
Chapter 6 : Registration of Charges
Chapter 7 : Management and Administration
Chapter 8 : Declaration and Payment of Dividend
Note
Volume - 2 - Sec. 128 to Sec. 246 with Notes 
Chapter 9 : Accounts of Companies
Chapter 10 : Audit and Auditors
Chapter 11 : Appointment and Qualifications of Directors
Chapter 12 : Meetings of Board and its Powers
Chapter 13 : Appointment and Remuneration of  Managerial Personnel
Chapter 14 : Inspection, Inquiry and Investigation
Chapter 15 : Companies, Arrangements and Amalgamation
Chapter 16 : Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement
Volume - 3 - Sec. 247 to 470 with Notes 
Chapter 16 : Registered Values
Chapter 17 : Removal of Names of Companies from the Register of Companies
Chapter 18 : Revival and Rehabilitation of Sick Companies
Chapter 19 : Winding Up
Chapter 20 : Part I : Companies Authorised to Register under this Act
                        Part II : Winding up of Unregistered Companies
Chapter 21 : Companies Incorporated Outside India
Chapter 22 : Government Companies
Chapter 23 : Registration Offices and Fees
Chapter 24 : Companies to Furnish Information or Statistics
Chapter 25 : Nidhis
Chapter 26 : National Company Law Tribunal and Appellate Tribunal
Chapter 27 : Special Courts
Chapter 28 : Miscellaneous
Schedules I-VII Companies Act, 2013
Schedules I-XV Companies Act, 1956
Note
Appendix - 1 : 1 to 67
Appendix - 2  : 68 to 140 
Consolidated Table of Cases & Subject Index and Additional Reference Material
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