Category: Corporate Law

All About Score and Its Relevance in Financial Institution

The CIBIL Score is a three-digit number. A lander must know the financial status of the borrower while giving the money. A person having a good CIBIL Score signifies that the person has high credit worthiness. There are various other factors as well which help the organization for credit approval but CIBIL Score is the … Continue reading All About Score and Its Relevance in Financial Institution

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LABOUR LAW REFORMS : A Departure From Archaic Rigidity

The New Labour Codes shall subsume 29 labour legislation into 4 major laws,  which have been codified as: (i) The Code on Wages, 2019; (ii) The Industrial Relations Code, 2020; (iii) The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020; and (iv)The Code on Social Security, 2020. While the Code on Wages, 2019 was passed … Continue reading LABOUR LAW REFORMS : A Departure From Archaic Rigidity

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Menstrual Leave: An Overview Of The Menstrual Benefit Bill, 2017

The Menstrual Benefit Bill, 2017 was first introduced by Shri Ninong Ering, Member of Parliament, as a private member’s bill before the Lok Sabha with a motive to facilitate women with certain menstrual benefits at workplaces or in institutions of education. The same bill was introduced again this year on the first day of the … Continue reading Menstrual Leave: An Overview Of The Menstrual Benefit Bill, 2017

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Abandonment of Contract, How is it different from Breach of Contract?

Contract, as according to Section 2(h) of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 is any agreement that can be enforced in the court of law. An Agreement as under section 2(e) of the act means any promise(s) made by one party for a standard consideration. When such promise or consideration is not fulfilled, the contract is … Continue reading Abandonment of Contract, How is it different from Breach of Contract?

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Factors Of Disruption In Economic Growth: Inefficacy In Due Diligence By Banks

OVERVIEW Factors Of Disruption In Economic Growth , Financial institutes play a vital role in the upliftment of the economy of any country as they are managers of the most powerful instrument that helps in the functioning of the whole economy, i.e., money. The financial sector broadly includes commercial banks, investment banks, insurance companies, and … Continue reading Factors Of Disruption In Economic Growth: Inefficacy In Due Diligence By Banks

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(SEBI) Security Exchange Board of India and The Capital Market Regulations: A Critique

Introduction The security exchange board of India (SEBI) was created to safeguard the interests of investors and traders in the Indian stock market by promoting the growth and regulation of the equity market and by ensuring a healthy atmosphere in securities. Furthermore, one of the primary reasons for the establishment of the security exchange board … Continue reading (SEBI) Security Exchange Board of India and The Capital Market Regulations: A Critique

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The Doctrine of Lifting the Corporate Veil: Origin, Evolution, Challenges

ORIGIN – THE DAWN OF THE DOCTRINE The theory of separate legal personality of a company is the one which lays the foundation and is a basic principle of corporate jurisprudence in modern legal systems all over the world. This theory gives an identity to the company which is distinct from its shareholders, members, or … Continue reading The Doctrine of Lifting the Corporate Veil: Origin, Evolution, Challenges

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Role Of Employees Pension Scheme 1995 In Social Security Of Employees

INTRODUCTION Labour regulations are generally concerned with the protective aspects of social security, encompassing laws and programmes that provide fallback mechanisms to help employees cope with the occasional crises that affect households. Social security regulations are crucial not only for the welfare of society, but also for the productivity of the workforce in any activity. … Continue reading Role Of Employees Pension Scheme 1995 In Social Security Of Employees

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Unpacking The Performance Of Contracts And Liability Of Indian Parties Under The Incoterms 2020

Introduction and nature of Incoterms The word “Incoterms” refers to the list of guidelines laid down by the International Chambers of Commerce for the sale of essential items of goods across the world. The Incoterms are a ready to use guiding principles which can be used during the agreement between international parties about their purchase … Continue reading Unpacking The Performance Of Contracts And Liability Of Indian Parties Under The Incoterms 2020

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New Corporate Social Responsibility Policy: A Social Conscience

Introduction Today, the corporate world is not only working with the objective of earning profits but, are also working for the benefit of society. The objective of serving society has been now a day a strategy for the corporates and this strategy is known as “Corporate Social Responsibility” (hereinafter referred to as ‘CSR’). For Example, … Continue reading New Corporate Social Responsibility Policy: A Social Conscience

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