OFFICIAL LIQUIDATOR, U. P. OIL MILLS CO. LTD. v JAMNA PRASAD

OFFICIAL LIQUIDATOR, U. P. OIL MILLS CO. LTD. v JAMNA PRASAD Petitioner: U.P. Oil Mills Co. Ltd. Respondent: Jamna Prasad Decided By: Allahabad High Court Citation: AIR 1933 All 334 Judges: Sri Lal Gopal Mukherji, Acting Chief Justice and Mr.

PRIVATE PLACEMENT OF SHARES

The private placement of shares is one out of the most well-known strategies embraced by different organizations to raise assets from the financial backers or general population. Companies, who are keen on fund-raising with the most straightforward and fastest way

LALITHAMBA BAI v HARRISONS MALYALAM LTD.

Petitioner: Lalithamba Bai Respondent: Harrisons Malyalam Citation: (1988) 63 Comp Cas 662 Decided in: Kerala High Court Before: Varghese Kalliath, J. INTRODUCTION The Companies Act isolates the definition of the term “members” into three classes. As indicated by Sec. 41

INDIAN CHEMICAL PRODUCT LTD. v. STATE OF ORISSA

Petitioner: Indian Chemical Product Ltd. Respondent: State of Orissa and Oth. Citation: 1966 Supp SCR 380; AIR 1967 SC 253 Decided by: Supreme Court of India Judges: J. R. Mudholkar, R. S.  Bachawat and Raghubar Dayal, JJ. INTRODUCTION The demonstration

CLASSIFICATION OF SHARE CAPITAL

To start with the classification of share capital it is important to understand the meaning of certain terminology which plays an important role if we start digging deep inside the Company Law. As per the bookkeeping, the term ‘capital’ means

JOHN DOE ORDER AS REMEDY FOR INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT

INTRODUCTION While analysing the subject of guarantees to protect the intellectual property rights of a positively obscure man or woman and when a person who may be at risk of dealing with challenges, businesses, works of art or paintings in

HERDILIA UNIMERS LTD. v RENU JAIN

Petitioner: Herdilia Unimers Respondent: Renu Jain Decided By: High Court of Rajasthan Citation: (1998) 92 Comp Cas 841 Judges: V. K. Singhal, J. INTRODUCTION Acquiring another different legitimate substance or control over the affairs of the organization should be made

ANALYSIS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW & HUMAN RIGHTS RELATION

INTRODUCTION Intellectual property regimes seek to balance the moral and economic rights of creators and inventors with the interests and needs of the wider society. An important justification for patents and copyrights is that incentives and rewards for inventors result

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