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Main goal of Corporate Social Responsibility

The word “corporate social responsibility” (CSR) refers to a company’s attempts to enhance society in any way. These activities can vary from charitable contributions to the adoption of environmentally sustainable workplace policies. CSR has an effect on corporations, charities, and…

Is the director owner of the Company ?

A company acts via two bodies of people, namely, its shareholders and its board of directors.  A shareholder, also known as a member of the company, can be an individual, company, or institution that owns at least a single share…

Is section 184 applicable to Private Companies ?

Introduction Section 184 of the Companies Act enumerates provisions regarding ‘Disclosure of interest by directors’. The doctrine behind Section 184 is to ensure that the Directors abstain themselves from making a decision in relation to contracts or agreement wherein there…

Features of a Company

Lord Justice Lindley has defined a company as “an association of many persons who contribute money or money’s worth to common stock and employ it in some trade or business and who share the profit and loss arising therefrom. The common…

Fastest growing white-collar crime 

Abstract White-collar crime was first defined in the year 1939, by a sociologist and most influential criminologist of the 20th century, Edwin Hardin Sutherland, as “crimes committed by people who enjoy the high social status, great repute, and respectability in…

Examples of White Collar Crime in India 

Common Types Of White Collar Crime In India: Bank Fraud  Fraud is committing a crime with the intent to cheat and achieve an unfair advantage. Bank fraud is when someone defrauds a bank. Fraudulent businesses commit it by making false…

Difference between Companies Act 1956 and 2013

The Indian Companies Act, 1956 was repealed and replaced by the Indian Companies Act, 2013. The Companies Act of 2013 includes comprehensive regulations that extend to both public companies and privately held businesses in the country. The Companies Act of 2013 incorporated a number of new sections and repealed the Companies Act of 1956's corresponding sections. This is a groundbreaking law with far-reaching ramifications for all Indian-based businesses.

Share Capital ‘s Reduction

Share Capital is the amount of money that a company receives by the sale of its shares. The company uses this amount of money as the capital of the company to commence business and gain profits in its business.

Minimum Contact Theory in IPR

Introduction Intellectual property can be characterized as the property in ideas or their expression. It is a creation of the mind, for example, a technological innovation, a poem, or a design. It protects the rights of individuals and businesses who…

Distinction between Transfer and Transmission of Shares

Introduction According to Section 2(84) of the Companies Act, 2013 “Share” means a share in the share capital of a company and includes stock. It represents the interest of a shareholder in the company, measured for the purposes of liability…