This case talks about the question that whether it is necessary to give prior notice with all particulars attached to it for the meeting to be conducted to the directors of the Company or not?
The author in this case analyzes the case of bates v. Director of Revenue and its judgment it further discusses whether the appellant comes under the definition of the successor or not in the present case.
This case is about whether the company who is a lessee of Central government can be exempted from the tax or its corporate personality can be used as a defence by the State government to levy tax.
The given case is about the protection of the Employees payments during liquidation proceedings. It revolves around the question of jurisdiction concerned with the claim of employees interest in the liquidation equal to that of the company’s creditors.
The case mentioned is concerned with the dilemma about the jurisdiction of the court with reference to Indian Trusts Act, 1982. The current petition is filed over a dispute for the maintainability of a suit and the right jurisdiction for the same.
The above mentioned case revolves around the rules and laws of the Companies Act. It highlights the misfeasance done by people by the fraudulent use of the Indian Companies Act. The managing agents of the company misused the law for their own benefit over the public good.
The case of Lee v Lee Air Farming Ltd. revolves around the principle of Separate Entity regarding the Company Law established in the landmark case of Salomon v. Salomon & Co Ltd also known as the Salomon Principle.
The court in this case discusses the usage of general words in a company’s name and trademark and how to protect the same. The issue between the parties was regarding the name of the companies and similarity between them, which, as alleged, could eventually cause damage to the first company’s reputation from the acts done by the second company.
The court in this case talks about the registration of shares in Public stock market and the criteria under Companies act for the same. This judgment is still relevant when dispute arises based on such kinds of securities
The case analysis incorporates the Irish Companies Act, 1990, as it specifically mentions about de-jure and shadow directors and restrictions upon them, when a company goes insolvent. The analysis part also incorporates criticisms to the case at hand and how concepts of de-facto and shadow director have developed.