• Formation of a Company
    Association and Articles of Association L Check Your Understanding L Pick up the Right Answer L Discuss Legal Implications L Descriptive Questions 1.1 INTRODUCTION The Companies Act of 1956 sets down rules for the establishment of both public and private companies. The most commonly used corporate...
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  • Law -Shareholders Rights
    operations of the company and their actions may be to their benefit. The law therefore, in light of this possibility provides various legal remedies available to the minority shareholder. In this case Ergan, Arif and Moshe the minority shareholders are unhappy with Pedro and Morgan. However, they might...
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  • Dying Declaration
    transaction that resulted in his death. It is evidence under Section 32 (1) of Indian Evidence Act,1872. This section is an exception to the general rule that hearsay evidence is no evidence In this paper, the researcher will explore these facets namely – the scope and application of section 32 (1), the...
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  • Notes
    transforming, transmitting power. Printing Preserving or storing any thing in cold storage State of Bombay vs Ali Saheb Kashim Tamboli 1955 SC - Bidi making is a Manufacturing Process. Ardeshir vs State of Bombay AIR 1962 SC - Salt making is a Manufacturing Process. Sec 2(l) Worker Any person...
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  • Company Law
    General Themes The company is essentially an artificial person created by law. What this “person” is allowed to do – all its rights and liabilities – are stated in: (a) the Companies Act; as well as (b) case law which either (i) gives us guidance on how to interpret the provisions of the Companies...
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  • Negetive Covenants
    such negative provisions is dealt by section 27 of the ICA[1] which 1872 states that any agreement which restricts a person from exercising a lawful profession, trade or business of any kind is void to that extent. The only exception is in relation to the sale of goodwill, where the buyer may restrict the...
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  • Piercing the Veil in Taxation Matters
    members. This is the principal laid down in Salomon v. Salomon & co. ltd., (1897) A.C. 22].The courts did this to in relation to a one person member company. The principal is commonly referred as “veil of incorporation” The courts were bound by these principals but they realised exceptions to the rule...
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  • Legal
    Hence the present appeal. The questions which arose for determination in this appeal were as to whether informed consent of a patient is necessary for surgical procedure involving removal of reproductive organs; as to whether consent given for diagnostic surgery could be construed as consent for performing...
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  • Mis Ppt
    the company and as such they’re economic interest are identical with those of the company. • The theory of corporate entity is still the basic principle on which the whole law of corporations is based. But as the separate personality of the company its statutory privilege, it must be used for legitimate...
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  • Artistotle
    importantly, forged the three dominant traditions of ethical theory that we follow today, namely, virtue theory, deontological ethics and utilitarianism. This textbook, Ethics: Discovering Right and Wrong, has a chapter devoted to each of these theories and makes regular reference to Aristotle, Kant and Mill...
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  • I.C.Act 1872
    fixed for the marriage, A goes mad. The contract becomes void.   HISTORICAL OVERVIEW   In the seventeenth century the judges in Paradine vs. Jane laid down what is sometimes called the rule as to absolute contracts. It amounts to the law casts a duty upon a man which, through no fault of his, he...
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  • law cases
    Court of Criminal Appeal, substantially upon the ground that the learned Judge had misdirected the jury by telling them that in the circumstances of the case he was presumed in law to be guilty of the murder unless he could satisfy the jury that his wife's death was due to an accident. The appeal came before...
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  • Pestel
    State intervention in industrial relations is essentially a modern development . With the emergence of the concept of welfare state, new ideas of social philosophy, national economy and social justice sprang up with result that industrial relation no longer remains the concern of labour and management...
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  • The Need for More Regulation on Group Structure Organisations
    CORPORATE GROUP STRUCTURE The issue in this essay is to critically analyse and evaluate the legal nature of corporate groups and the liability and responsibilities of interlinked companies; analysing the corporate group as a vehicle for global business and the need for regulation. The assertion is...
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  • Blahblah
    Persons and Family Relations Reviewer Vena V. Verga PERSONS AND FAMILY RELATIONS REVIEWER CIVIL CODE OF THE PHILIPPINES (R.A. 386) Art 1. This Act shall be known as the Civil Code of the Philippines E.O. 48 of March 20, 1947 Roxas Code Commission Dr. George Bacobo (chairman) Prohibitory Laws contain...
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  • Anti-competition
    Anti-Competitive Agreements-Underlying Concepts &Principles under the Competition Act, 2002 Competition commission of India DISSERTATION ON “Anti-competitive Agreements-UNDERLYING concepts & PRINCIPLES under the Competition ACt, 2002” In the partial...
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  • Social Engineering
    applied science are used for resolving individual and social problems. For this purpose this paper is going to discuss about the mechanism of Law in bringing Social Engineering. This paper is divided into three parts. Part II will discuss about the object of the paper. Part III will give suggestions and conclusion...
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  • Memorial- Sample
    Constitution. On the one hand considerable power was given to legislature under Article 31-B and on the other hand the power of judiciary was curtailed, this is the starting point of tussle between legislature and judiciary. 2) The other feature of Article 31-B is that it is retrospective in nature that...
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  • Company Contracts and Doctrine of Ultra Vires, a Comparison of Uk and Pakistani Company Lawa
    defined in the following way; “A company incorporated under the Companies Act had legal personality only for the purposes laid down in its object clause. From this it was deduced that an act done by the company outside its object clause (an ultra vires act) was null and void. Neither the company...
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  • Armchair Economist - Paper
    Belts Kill 4 Rational Riddles: Why Rolling stones sell out? 4 Truth or Consequence: How to split a check or choose a movie 5 The Indifference Principle 5 The Computer Game of Life 5 Good and Evil 5 Telling Right from Wrong – The pitfalls of Democracy. 6 Why Taxes are Bad? 6 Why Prices are...
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