SOUTH INDIA PAPER MILLS PVT. LTD. Vs. SREE RAM VILAS PRESS & ORS

 This[1] is an application filed  by one of the creditors of the Sree Ram Vilasam Press and Publications (P.) Ltd., now in liquidation, for a declaration under Section 542(1)[2] of the Companies Act, 1956[3], that its former directors and general manager are

M/s SAND LAND REAL ESTATES PRIVATE LIMITED

This was a Compounding Application[1] filed before the National Company Law Tribunal, Mumbai Bench on 23rd of February 2017 and the same has been forwarded to the RoC[2], Mumbai for its report and the said report has been filed to

COPYRIGHT: THE REWARD OF THE CREATIONS

“Creating something new with your thoughts requires the efforts and talent, and that credit of creating something different and new must be protected for the time being in favour of the creator to ripe the benefits out of it.” Copyright

REGULATION OF CRYPROCURRENCY AROUND THE WORLD

The concept of Cryptocurrency being independent and out of understandability, makes it necessary for government to regulate the market. Other countries with the same view have tried to regulate the market by increasing the awareness and putting required restrictions.

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

RAJEEV SAUMITRA v. NEETU SINGH & ORS

This case[1] is related to the authorization of the Director of the Company to use the trademark of the Company at his/ her discretion and then compete the business of that company only, whose trademark is used by him/her. This

RAJ NARAIN v. CHAIRMAN, PATNA ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE

This case of Raj Narain v. Chairman, Patna Administration Committee[1] is related to the delegated legislation where the executive authority is provided with the powers by the primary legislation to make laws to implement and administer the necessities as well

RAJAHMUNDRY ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. V. A.NAGESHWARA RAO

This appeal[1] arises out of an application filed by the first respondent under Section 162, clause (v)[2] and (vi)[3], Companies Act, 1913[4], for an order that the Rajahmundry Electric Supply Corporation Ltd. be wound up. FACTS OF THE CASE The

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