With industrialization at its peak in India and so were its issues, the government of India introduced various laws to regulate them. Under the Companies Act, 2013, the government, on 1st June 2016, on the recommendation of Justice Eradi Committee, established the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT). It’s a quasi-judicial adjudicating body set up under…

Table of Content Meaning of Interim Dividend Features of Interim Dividend Sources of distribution of Interim Dividend Difference between Interim Dividend and Final Dividend Procedure of declaration and payment of Interim Dividend Wrapping up Meaning of Interim Dividend As per Secretarial Standards issued by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India, the term “Interim Dividend”…

Companies rely on funds to manage the affairs of their business successfully. Shareholders in a company play a vital role in raising funds, and in that process, they become its stakeholders. They exercise control over the share of profits in proportion to the money they invest. Dividend is known as the share of profit by…

Have you ever wondered what a company does with its accumulated earnings or when its shares price goes up? Often it issues bonus shares to its existing shareholders based on the shares owned by them. Such shares are additional shares that a company provides to its current shareholders without any additional cost. These are the…

A Secretarial Audit is an audit to examine the compliances of various legislations including the Companies Act and other cooperative and economic laws applicable to the company. The Secretarial Audit is an audit where the Secretarial Auditor expresses an opinion as to whether there subsist appropriate systems and processes in the company proportionate with the…

Companies issue shares for many purpose like for expansion of their business, for paying off liabilities of company. And all the companies who issue share for raising funds needs to show capital structure and classify the share capital structure in their financial statements. Many people have confusion and not able to differentiate the term authorized…

Table of Content Introduction Types of Compliances for Companies under Companies Act, 2013 Advantages of Post Incorporation compliances of a Company Mandatory post incorporation compliances under Companies Act, 2013 Annual Compliances under Companies Act, 2013 Conclusion Introduction Simply incorporating a company and starting a business is not sufficient. Obtaining an incorporation certificate is just the…

Trademarks confer a right to use specific shapes, symbols, colors on goods owned by the business. The process of trademark registration requires careful planning and execution. Trademark registration in India requires approval from the registrar of trademarks. However, in certain cases, the registrar objects to the grant of the trademark. This may lead to delays…

Introduction- As per Companies Act 2013, Sec 2(34) director means a director appointed to the board of company. Thus he is a person appointed to perform the duties and function of the company in accordance with the provisions of Companies Act 2013. As per companies act there is a limit to minimum number of directors…

Introduction Stamp Duty is a tax levied on sale of property purchases or documents by the state government. It varies from state to state. The value of stamp duty to be charged depends on the value of instrument or property on which it has been imposed. Earlier the stamp duty was to be charged only…

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