S. Varadarajan v. Venkateswara Solvent Extraction

The present judgment deals with two aspects of internal management- calling of extraordinary general meeting and removal of directors of company. Provisions for both these features are provided in Part VI of the Companies Act, 1956.

The Suburban Bank Private Limited v. Thariath and Others

The case discusses the balance between the powers held by directors of the company and the shareholders of the company holds the fate of the company and how effective day-to-day management of work is vital for the prosperity of the company

Textile Labour Association and Ors. v. The Official Liquidators and Ors.

The case discusses that the relationship of workmen with the company is a tight rope of trust to walk on. It is because of the sheer hard work of the workmen that a company flourishes. However, sometimes this relation is strained especially during the times of winding up of the company.

In Re: Shruti Power Projects Private Limited

The case discusses the need to keep a check on the activities of a company is very important to save oneself from situation of crisis. The Companies Act 2013 provides for mandatory constitution of Audit committee to keep a check on the activities of company

Oakbank Oil Company v. Crum

The judgment is landmark for a reason that it has been extensively relied and affirmed by judges across courts in India as well as in other jurisdictions. However, it fails on certain grounds such as- not able to provide equitable remedy, following the doctrine of constructive notice disregarding the misuse of it by companies and not providing instances of implied powers

Mannalal Khetan and Ors.v. Kedar Nath Khetan and Ors.

The judgment certainly broadened the horizon of non-obstante clauses and makes them mandatory in nature. Its broad interpretation makes penalty redundant. Now, it is completely valid to assign mandatory meaning to a negatively-worded clause.

Copyright protection: An analysis of Bombay HC judgment in Singardaan case

The article discusses the Singardaan case and its judgment in detail. It further discusses the difference between idea and concept of idea and the fact that people should be confident that their work cannot be stolen just be altering some of the details of the idea. It is the time to safeguard the interests of people to generate more work and promote originality

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