March 4, 2021

Companies Act Notes and Study Materials

Companies Act

A company is a “legal” person. A company thus has legal rights and obligations in the same way that a natural person does. Companies Act deals with everything from an incorporation of a company to it’s winding up.

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This article provides Companies Act, 2013 notes with case lawsThe Act provides provisions for transfer of movable or immovable property. As a learner, you can consider it as a free, online, and self-placed course. As a competitive exams aspirant, you will find it perfect for Judicial Service Exams, UPSC CSE Law Optional, etc. And as a reader, this article on Companies Act notes is sufficient for you to learn or research on Company Law!

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INTRODUCTION TO COMPANY AND COMPANY LAW

  • Meaning of corporation
  • Features of companies
  • Kinds of companies
  • Concept of Separate Legal Entity

IMPORTANT DOCTRINES

MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION

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  •  Meaning and introduction
  •  Form and contents of Memorandum of Association
  • Alteration of Memorandum of Association

ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION

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  • Meaning and introduction
  • Form and contents of Articles of Association
  • Alteration of Articles of Association

INCORPORATION AND INCIDENTAL MATTERS

PROSPECTUS

CORPORATE MANAGEMENT

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CORPORATE ABUSES AND REMEDIES

CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

  • Historical Backdrop
  • Position in India
  • Challenges faced in the evolution
  • CSR and Companies Act 2013

CORPORATE BREAKDOWN

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  • Meaning of Winding
  • Winding up, Liquidation and Dissolution
  • Modes of Winding up
    • i. Winding up by the Tribunal
      • Analysis of grounds of non-commencement of business, inability to pay debts, and on the
      • grounds of just and equitable clause
    • ii. Voluntary Winding up- Declaration of solvency
      • o By Members
      • o By Creditors
  • Liquidators-Appointment, Powers and Function

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