Introduction to Company LAW (11th Edition)
The learned author is well known for his work on Company Law. The present handy work has been prepared to meet the needs of students who wish to study a concise yet easily comprehensible book on the subject. The Companies Act has been amended twice since the last edition. The first amendment of 2002 creates a new concept of producer Companies giving them a separate status and procedure of registration, management and winding up. The second Amendment creates Tribunals & Appellate Tribunals and transfers to them the whole of the powers of the Company Law Board and some of the powers of the Civil Courts. It also brings into the Companies Act new provisions for rehabilitation of sick industrial companies. These amendments are still waiting for enforcement. Recent cases have also contributed substantially to the development of the subject. Matters relating to transfer of shares, prevention of oppression & mismanagement and takeovers & amalgamation have been the chief subject of litigation. All these developments have been noted at their appropriate places. The book is indispensable for students of company law, of competitive examinations, company secretaries, and chartered accountants, cost accountancy, management students, and those desirous of acquiring a basic knowledge of the subject.
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