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The Companies Act is an Act of the Parliament of India on Indian company law which "Commencement Notification Of Companies Act " (PDF). India), Nesar Ahmad, Praveen Trivedi (Regional Head, North, SEBI) and Manish Gupta. The Companies Act, and Company Secretaries. Notification of Sections and Rules under Companies Act, incorporated in India, would be a public company within the meaning of this Act, shall be.
Power of Central Government to direct special audit in certain cases. Right of company to increase or reduce the number of directors. Time within which share qualification is to be obtained and maximum amount thereof.
Power of Central Government to prohibit the appointment of sole selling agents in certain cases. Employees securities to be deposited in post office savings bank or Scheduled Bank. Further, Section 3 of the Act provides that a company may be formed for any lawful purpose by one person.
One person Company is a Private Company formed by subscribing the name of such one person to the Memorandum and complying with the requirements of the Act in respect of registration.
As regards the name of a One Person Company, the Act provides that the words One Person Company or OPC shall be mentioned in brackets below the name of such Company, wherever its name is printed, affixed or engraved. The concept of OPC provides a more flexible and less compliance structure of a company. Independent Directors Dormant Company Dormant Company means a company which is not carrying on any significant accounting transaction for a period of two years.
ACTS & RULES
It can apply to Registrar of Companies for getting declared itself as Dormant Companies. In todays economic environment, a lot of Companies are formed for the purpose of holding any assets particularly real assets or any IPR or for a future project and such Company just keeps on complying with the laws even if no actual business is being done or transacted.
Class Action Class action is a right to members or deposit holders or representative of such members or deposit holders to file an application before National Company Law Tribunal NCLT for restraining the Company from some specified acts.
The most important part of such class action is that such members as prescribed can claim damages or compensation against Company, Directors, Auditors, Experts, Advisors for wrongful conduct of them.
While the concept was till date applicable on Listed Public Companies, the New Company Law proposes to introduce the same upon big Public Companies as well.
It is much likely that rationalism and objectivity would be inducted in the processes of the Company with this initiative. Extracts from the report follow below : New Companies Act India The Act has been in need of a substantial revamp for quite some time now, to make it more contemporary and relevant to corporates, regulators and other stakeholders in India.
While several unsuccessful attempts have been made in the past to revise the existing Act, there have been quite a few changes in the administrative portion of the Act. The most recent attempt to revise the Act was the Companies Bill, which was introduced in the Lok Sabha, one of the two Houses of Parliament of India, on 3 August This Companies Bill, was referred to the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance, which submitted its report on 31 August and was withdrawn after the introduction of the Companies Bill, The Companies Bill, was also considered by the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance which submitted its report on 26 June The Bill was then considered and approved by the Rajya Sabha too on 8 August The changes in the Act have far-reaching implications that are set to significantly change the manner in which corporates operate in India.
In this publication, we have encapsulated the major changes as compared to the Act and the potential implications of these changes. We have also included, where relevant, the provisions of the draft rules, which have been issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs the MCA till date for public comments.
However, please note that these are only draft rules and will undergo changes before being notified. Key definitions and concepts The Act has introduced several new concepts and has also tried to streamline many of the requirements by introducing new definitions.
New Companies Act 2013
This chapter covers some of these new concepts and definitions in brief. A few of these significant aspects have been discussed in detail in further chapters.
Companies 1. An OPC means a company with only one person as its member [section 3 1 of Act]. Private company: The Act introduces a change in the definition for a private company, inter-alia, the new requirement increases the limit of the number of members from 50 to Small company: A small company has been defined as a company, other than a public company.
Citation Act No. In force The Companies Act is an Act of the Parliament of India on Indian company law which regulates incorporation of a company, responsibilities of a company, directors, dissolution of a company. This section is in list format, but may read better as prose.
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May Archived from the original on 9 August Retrieved 7 August Ministry of Corporate Affairs, India. Archived PDF from the original on 11 January Retrieved 11 January Archived from the original on 28 March Retrieved 27 March Business Standards.
Archived from the original on 27 March Linked to this is the require- Directors are officers of the company who are responsible for manag- ment that companies other than small companies , must include a ing the company and making the decisions as to its operation on a day business review in their annual directors' report, which will inform to day basis, for the benefit of the shareholders. Companies Incorporation Fourth Amendment Rules, 1.
Clarification with regard to holding of shares or exercising power in a fiduciary capacity - Holding and Subsidiary relationship under Section 2 87 of the Companies Act. Irani in A National Company Law Tribunal will also be a reality now and therefore the matters which used to linger in courts for years will be Our study covers the comparative analysis of Companies Act of India swiftly handled by this dedicated tribunal.
It is much likely that rationalism and objectivity would be inducted in the processes of the Company with this initiative. Companies Prospectus and allotment of securities 3rd Amendment Rules Investor Education and protection Fund uploading of information regarding unpaid and unclaimed amount lying with companies Rules
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