WHAT IS PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY AS PER COMPANIES ACT 2013?

Private Limited Companies, as discussed under the Companies Act 2013, along with its features, types of private companies and types of directors and types of securities, will be dealt with in the article.

JUST AND EQUITABLE DOCTRINE IN WINDING UP

The article is an insight into the meaning and usage of the just and equitable doctrine as mentioned in the Companies Act used at the time of winding up of the company. The article further deals with who can file for a petition for the same.

DOCTRINE OF OPPRESSION QUA MEMBERS

This article aims to discuss the Doctrine of Oppression of Minor shareholders who get dominated by the majority of other shareholders in a company. It also discuss the remedies of oppression, prejudice and mismanagement under the Companies Act of 2013.

WHY DO STOCKS FLUCTUATE?

It has been found that fluctuations in stock prices in the stock exchange market are inevitable; the market participants are expected to trade with care and caution due to these unfettered fluctuations of stock prices in the market.

WHAT IS STOCK EXCHANGE, AND HOW DOES IT FUNCTION?

The stock exchange is where the stocks and securities are traded; it is a well-regulated platform that allows buyers and sellers to stock a safe passage through capital market participation and economic growth. This article deals with the conceptual understanding of the stock exchange and its functions.

ROLE OF STOCKS IN THE ECONOMY

This article aims to introduce and analyze stocks’ role in the economy; it is primarily focused on the conceptual understanding of stocks and its classification, which is later streamlined into its relationship with the economy.

WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF STOCK MARKET?

The stock market plays a dominant role in shaping the financial market. It serves a greater purpose for a broader economy, propagating a comprehensive financial investments mechanism for people and a heightened capital generation.

WHAT MAKES THE PRICE OF STOCK GO UP?

This article aims to present the matters related to stock prices, stock trends, stock market index and its importance in pricing stocks, and forecast its future costs and the factor affecting stock pricing.

WHO HAS MORE POWER: GOVERNMENT OR CORPORATIONS?

The article introduces the corporation’s concept and its powers; it also attempts to further deliberate on the corporation’s governmental control. While comparing both their powers, it was found that the corporations hold significant power and control in the current economic and political scenario.

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