Introduction The Covid situation has presented unprecedented challenges to businesses big and small. It has also struck a fatal blow to some of the young startups. In our previous Series I of the blog we covered steps involved in
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (the MCA) vide its notification dated 21 August 2019, has provided a clarification with respect to interpretation of section 232(6) of the Companies Act (Act). Section 232(6) of the Act states that the scheme under
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (the MCA) had received representation from various stakeholders seeking for relaxation from payment of additional fee specifically with respect to filing e-form ADT-1 which was filed through Form GNL-2 during the period from 1 April
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (the MCA) had earlier issued Office Memorandum (OM) No. to all the Registrar of Companies (the RoCs) dated on 6 March 2019, instructing the RoCs to reject the applications for incorporation of Limited Liability Partnerships
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