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RAJENDRA SHAH v. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA WRIT PETITION 1528 OF 2016

This case[1] deals with the Companies Act, 1956[2] where the contravention of Section 295(4) of the Companies Act, 1956 came into the picture.In this writ petition before the Bombay High Court, the petitioner who was the original accused No.6 challenged

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Ayub Khan V. Comissioner of Police.   MANU/SC/0048/1965

Introduction Citizenship is the status with an individual perceived under law similar to a lawful individual from a sovereign state or having a place with a country. In India, Articles 5 – 11 of the Constitution manages the idea of

Kuriakose vs P.K.V. Group Industries on 12 April, 2002

Equivalent citations: 2002 111 CompCas 826 Ker Bench: S Sankarasubban, R Bhaskaran INTRODUCTION The Companies Act, 2013, defines a director to mean ‘a director appointed to the Board of a company.’ It is a well-acknowledged fact that a company is

Kotla Venkataswamy versus Rammurthy, AIR 1934 Mad 579

This case states that the Doctrine of Constructive Notice mandates that before entering into a transaction with a company, one should be well aware of the rights and obligations of the directors of the company, all the more so, when the concerned documents are available for public access.

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