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Competition Laws in India

Competition Laws in India

OVERVIEW For an efficient business environment, free and fair competition is one of the basic pillars. In competition, there is a business r

Franchise Law in India

Franchise Law in India

Franchising is a process in which franchisor expands its unique business, by giving another person (franchisee) the right to use established

Statutory Compliance for Industries

Statutory Compliance for Industries

Overview Statutory compliance connotes the legal framework in which the business or the industry has to operate and treat their employees. T

Monopoly And Unfair Trade Practices

Monopoly And Unfair Trade Practices

Meaning of Monopoly: When one or more big companies are the sole sellers of a product and no other small business sells that product, they h

What do we mean by ‘Unconscionable Contracts’?

What do we mean by ‘Unconscionable Contracts’?

Overview: In today’s ever-expanding world of complex monetary and economic relations, Contracts play a vital role. This furthers the impor

Director and the Board of Directors under the Companies Act, 2013

Director and the Board of Directors under the Companies Act, 2013

Section 2 (10) of the Companies Act, 2013 defines that “Board of Directors” or “Board”, in relation to a company, means the collecti

Corporate Governance

Corporate Governance

Corporate governance is the system of rules, practices, and processes by which a company is directed and controlled. It is a fair, efficient

The nexus between Sole Proprietorship and Individual

The nexus between Sole Proprietorship and Individual

Overview: A sole proprietorship refers to the simplest business form under which one can operate a business. A sole proprietorship is not

Constitutional Validity of CSR

Constitutional Validity of CSR

“In my view, the successful companies of the future will be those that integrate business and employees’ values. The best people wan

Section 135 of the Companies Act: Corporate Social Responsibility

Section 135 of the Companies Act: Corporate Social Responsibility

“Corporate  social  responsibility  is  the  commitment  of  businesses  to  contribute  to sustainable economic development by

Examination meeting by MCA – ‘Grey Area’ in the Companies Act.

Examination meeting by MCA – ‘Grey Area’ in the Companies Act.

– for clarification and further information on the subject, you may write to our top corporate law advocates in Chandigarh. In Septemb

Corporate Insolvency: Resolution Process & Liability of Personal Guarantors

Corporate Insolvency: Resolution Process & Liability of Personal Guarantors

– an overview from the perspective of expert corporate lawyers in Chandigarh The Question with respect to the liability of a personal

Export and Import Laws in India

OVERVIEW Imports and exports play an important role in foreign trade of a country. Foreign trade can be defined as exchange of goods and ser