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    • Companies Act with Rules (37th Edition)
    • Company Law Ready Reckoner (24th Edition)
    • Company Law – Lightened & Enlightened
    • National Company Law Tribunal (4th Edition)
    • Law & Procedure Of Limited Liability Partnership (9th Edition)
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Company Law Ready Reckoner (24th Edition)

Categories: Company Law
Publisher: Bharat Law House Pvt Ltd
About Book:Company Law Ready Reckoner is a comprehensive and clear introduction to the principles and practice of company law. The book is well respected for its accuracy and clarity. This edition offers practical in-depth, topical commentary identifying the key requirements of relevant provisions of the Companies Act, 2013, and various amendments made thereafter including the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020 (29 of 2020) and the various rules as amended from time to time and also based on the judicial pronouncements under the Companies Act, 2013 and erstwhile Companies Act, 1956. The Company Law Ready Reckoner has been divided into two volumes since the last few years. Both volumes are combinations of the theoretical, practical and jurisprudential issues. The relevant rules, circulars, notifications, guidelines and regulations issued under the Companies Act, 1956 and 2013 have also been incorporated at appropriate places along with corresponding sections under the Companies Act, 2013/1956 with a view to identifying them easily in a simplified manner. The present edition gives section wise index for providing easy reference to its users.

The Central Government is laying great emphasis on the compliance of law and has shown its clear intention. The Directors and Companies are under the annual/regular compliance of online KYC, and in case of failure to do it, the companies and directors are barred from filing of some specific event based forms. The online portal for issuance of notice for non-compliances has been activated, which requires time bound reply and in case of failure, the government shall prosecute the companies and their officers-in-default. Online Annual General Meeting and Extra Ordinary General Meeting Through Video Conferencing (VC) and Other Audio Video Means (OAVM) have become the norm. MCA has also enabled the holding of the Board and Committee meetings through Video Conferencing (VC) and Other Audio Video Means (OAVM) for larger participation with social distancing.

Compliance officers and professionals continue to be busy due to multiple time bound compliances, like, KYC of the directors by filing of the Form DIR-3 KYC, KYC of the Companies by filing of the Form Active-Compliant Companies, Filing of the Significant Beneficial Interest in the Form BEN-2, Return of the amount due to Micro and Small Enterprises, Share Reconciliation Report for unlisted public companies on half yearly basis, Return of Deposits and/or Return for the amount received and not considered as Deposits. The Company Secretaries in employment or in practice and corporate law professionals involved in compliances of the Companies Act and SEBI Regulations need to be very cautious while making relevant compliance. Section 403 is already modified and additional minimum filing fee of Rs. 100 per day for certain documents like Balance Sheet, Annual Return etc. being charged in the similar pattern of LLP Law. Therefore, non-compliance or delayed compliance would be very costly, time consuming and harsh as such.

Company Law Reckoner shall prove to be a tremendous source of information, guidance and reference to bodies corporate, chartered accountants, company secretaries, cost accountants, advocates, consultants, government departments, etc.

Author: D.K. Jain

About Author:

D.K. Jain :Dr. D.K. Jain, M.Com, FCS, ACIS (UK), Ph.D., I.P. is a Practicing Company Secretary, engaged in the practising field of Company Law, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law, LLP, SEBI and Stock Exchange compliances. He has more than 34 years of practical experience in corporate laws and has been in the profession of Company Secretary for over 25 years.

Dr. Jain is qualified as Insolvency Professional and having international professional qualification of Chartered Secretary from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (UK) and is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India. He has completed research work on Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and its effect on final accounts (a comparative study of GAAP of India, UK and USA).

Dr. Jain has authored several books for  professionals on more than 20 topics Company Law and other allied laws which includes Company Law Ready Reckoner, LLP, FEMA, SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015, etc. He is a regular contributor of articles on various corporate matters in professional journals and speaker on the Company Law, Insolvency Law, SEBI Listing Regulations etc.

Dr. Jain has also served as the member of the Research and Publication Committee and as the member of Editorial Board of monthly bulletin “Focus” published by the Western India Regional Council of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India and also served as a member of the Management Committee of the CCGRT of the ICSI and member of the Research Group of ICSI. He is also member of the Editorial Board of the “Chartered Secretary” of the ICSI.

About Publisher:Bharat is a ‘trade-name’ for a group of concerns, popularly known as Bharat Law House and Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd. Bharat is one of the most reputed publishers of law books with an experience of over six decades. It possess a very diverse range of publications covering not only the area of taxation – direct and indirect – but also company law, insolvency capital market, finance, industrial law, foreign exchange, commercial, civil and criminal laws. The students publications for CA, CS, CMA, CFA, MBA, graduate and post-graduate studies have carved out a niche for themselves. The Publication House has a professionally qualified team with strong in-house capabilities. Their strength lies in the patronage of legal luminaries in every field. They strive for accuracy, authenticity and sincerity.

National Company Law Tribunal (4th Edition)

Categories: Company Law
Publisher: Bharat Law House Pvt Ltd
About Book:The Companies Act, 2013, has introduced provisions for setting up of new Tribunal, namely, National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT). As per the new provisions, certain powers of High Court relating to merger, amalgamation, reduction of capital and winding up of companies, all matters relating to revival & rehabilitation of sick companies with Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction and all powers of Company Law Board alongwith certain new powers have now been vested in the National Company Law Tribunal. The powers relating to Insolvency matters in respect of corporate persons have also been vested in NCLT by virtue of passing of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. The appellate powers in relation to matters within the jurisdiction of National Company Law Tribunal have been vested in National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT).

In view of the starting of functioning of the Tribunals, it is imperative that the relevant Law, relevant Rules and the Procedure to be followed there should be understood. This Book has been written with a view to present in a simple, comprehensive and exhaustive manner all procedures along with relevant sections of Companies Act, 2013 and relevant Rules of NCLT Rules, 2016 & NCLAT Rules, 2016. The Book has been divided into several Chapters covering all matters relating to Historical Background of NCLT/NCLAT, constitution & working of NCLT & NCLAT, giving procedure for drafting and filing applications under each section within jurisdiction of the Tribunals along with format of Resolutions and relevant forms. In ‘Appendices’ all necessary notifications/circulars relating to the Tribunals, Table of fees for various applications, NCLT Rules, 2016 and NCLAT Rules, 2016 have been given.

In the Fourth edition of the Book, procedure for making applications under Sections 7, 9, 10 and 95 of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 have been included. The law and procedure duly updated relating to the Compromises and Arrangement and Merger and Amalgamation of Companies, reduction of capital and restoration of struck off companies have also been included. Notification dated 8th May, 2019 relating to Class Action Suits under Section 245 of Companies Act, 2013 has also been included.

The recent orders passed by National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal have also been added in separate Chapters The recent orders passed by Supreme Court of India have also been added in a separate Chapter.

Author: Ajay Kumar

About Author:

Ajay Kumar : 

Mr. Ajay Kumar, B.Com (Hons), L.L.B, FCS and ACIS (UK), author of the Book is well known Practicing Company Secretary for the last 18 years. Before starting his practice as Company Secretary he had earlier worked as Assistant Registrar of Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal, Mumbai, Bench officer of Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR), New Delhi, Assistant Registrar of Companies (ROC), Mumbai and Bench Officer of Company Law Board (CLB), Mumbai Bench.

He has a very rich experience of dealing with company law and other corporate laws. He had written a book on ‘A Study on the Registration of Charges under the Companies Act, 1956’ for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. He has recently written Books entitled ‘Compounding of Offences, Adjudication of Penalties and Special Courts under the Companies Act, 2013’ and ‘National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and ‘National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (Practice & Procedure)’ published by Bharat Law House Private Limited. He has specialized in dealing with matters relating to “Oppression and Mismanagement” under Company Law and had been regularly appearing before Company Law Board in the past and now appears before National Company Law Tribunal. He has also been regular Faculty at various training programmes, seminars, workshops organized by institute of Companies Secretaries of India, Western India Regional Council (WIRC), Mumbai.

He is on the Panel of ‘Mediation and Conciliation’ maintained by Ministry of Corporate Affairs pursuant to section 442 of Companies Act, 2013. He is also registered as ‘Insolvency Professional’ with ICSI Insolvency Professional Agency and Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India.

About Publisher:Bharat is a ‘trade-name’ for a group of concerns, popularly known as Bharat Law House and Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd. Bharat is one of the most reputed publishers of law books with an experience of over six decades. It possess a very diverse range of publications covering not only the area of taxation – direct and indirect – but also company law, insolvency capital market, finance, industrial law, foreign exchange, commercial, civil and criminal laws. The students publications for CA, CS, CMA, CFA, MBA, graduate and post-graduate studies have carved out a niche for themselves. The Publication House has a professionally qualified team with strong in-house capabilities. Their strength lies in the patronage of legal luminaries in every field. They strive for accuracy, authenticity and sincerity.

Company Law – Lightened & Enlightened

Categories: Company Law
Publisher: Bharat Law House Pvt Ltd
About Book:Generally, it is believed that laws and laughter are at 180 degrees to each other. Because, laws are usually dry, impersonal, negatively worded and lengthy also. Hence, corporate managerial personnel and other executives, entrepreneurs, investors, students and sometimes even professionals feel sick of reading laws and especially the Companies Act which is one of the most voluminous legislations in India.

Introduction of the Companies Act, 2013 (‘the Act’), frequent amendments in the Act and rules as well as various notifications and circulars from time to time have increased the complexities of laws manifold. Add to it, there is established principle of law that ‘Ignorance of law is no excuse’ (for non-compliance). Hence, understanding the implications of laws in the right perspective is of the utmost importance. The author has endeavoured to share his conceptual understanding on Indian Company Law in simple and plain English with practical aspects with a bit of humorous touch.

A chapter on ‘General Compliances under the Companies Act, 2013’ in tabular form provides much needed alerts for filing usual forms under the Act. ‘General Care under the Companies Act, 2013’ will help the corporate personnel to carry out usual compliances under the Act for various corporate actions and can be used as a Ready Referencer. For easy reading, the author has tried to reduce usage of legal jargons but cannot guarantee in view of a die-hard habit. Few examples/anecdotes are also included as a sweetener to enable the readers to easily gulp the basic understanding. Reference of the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 vis-a-vis the provisions of the Act would better help the readers to compare, contrast and understand the implications of laws. Likewise, reference of the provisions of SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015(‘LODR’) vis-a-vis the provisions of the Act would facilitate the readers especially dealing with Listed Companies in designing corporate actions/strategies ensuring compliance of both the statutes. Reference of the provisions of Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (‘IBC’) especially in the chapter of ‘Corporate Restructuring & Dissolution’ would assist the corporate executives in designing corporate restructuring strategy to combat with volatile economic scenario. I venture to present this book namely ‘Company Law — Lightened & Enlightened’.

This book is also in line with the recent advisory dated 27 th July, 2022 issued by the Institute of Company Secretaries of India to the Company Secretaries. It broadly conveys as follows:

“Investors/stakeholders may not be familiar with the usage of pure legal/ technical terms. While it may not be practically feasible to completely eliminate legal/technical terms, efforts must be towards making the language simple, concise and clear without any scope for doubt/misinterpretation.”

The would be of assistance to Professionals like Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Cost Accountants, Advocates etc.; Corporate Managerial Personnel like
Managing/Executive directors, CEOs, CFOs; Non-Executive Directors (including Independent and Nominee Directors) and other concerned corporate executives;

Entrepreneurs including start-ups intending to carry on the business/ profession of their own; Students, especially those aspiring for a legal/managerial/commercial career; Avid Readers.

Author: Devesh A. Pathak

About Author:

Devesh A. Pathak :Devesh A. Pathak, a commerce and law graduate is a Fellow member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (ICSI) as well as Registered Insolvency Professional. He is a Practising Company Secretary with a career spanning about 38 years including 11 years in employment rendering professional services of corporate planning and solutions mainly in the areas of Corporate & Securities laws, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, giving legal opinions and representing before various statutory and other forums. He is empanelled Peer Reviewer of ICSI.

He is Independent Director on the Board of listed & unlisted companies. He is honorary Company Law Consultant of Federation of Gujarat Industries and a member of CII Central Gujarat Finance & Economic Affairs Panel.

He was Public Interest Director on the Board of Vadodara Stock Exchange Ltd. He was WIRC member of ICSI (2001-2003). He held Chairmanship and other office bearer ship of Vadodara Chapter of ICSI (1991-2000). He co-ordinated and was faculty of oral coaching classes by Vadodara Chapter of ICSI for years together. He was also visiting faculty at M.S University of Baroda. He has contributed articles of professional and other subjects in newspapers and journals including Chartered Secretary, The Economic Times, Financial Express (Gujarati), Indian Express, Focus, Direct Indirect tax laws and views, Taxguru, Bluechip, SEBI & Corporate laws. He has also been sharing his views at various professional and other forums including Electronic media.

About Publisher:Bharat is a ‘trade-name’ for a group of concerns, popularly known as Bharat Law House and Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd. Bharat is one of the most reputed publishers of law books with an experience of over six decades. It possess a very diverse range of publications covering not only the area of taxation – direct and indirect – but also company law, insolvency capital market, finance, industrial law, foreign exchange, commercial, civil and criminal laws. The students publications for CA, CS, CMA, CFA, MBA, graduate and post-graduate studies have carved out a niche for themselves. The Publication House has a professionally qualified team with strong in-house capabilities. Their strength lies in the patronage of legal luminaries in every field. They strive for accuracy, authenticity and sincerity.

Companies Act with Rules (37th Edition)

Categories: Company Law
Publisher: Bharat Law House Pvt Ltd
About Book:The Book is as amended by Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020 (No. 29 of 2020) along with All Exemption Notifications extracted under relevant sections

The Book also contains

  • Companies (Auditor’s Report) Order, 2020
  • Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020 (No. 29 of 2020)
  • Table of Fees
  • Sections notified till date
  • Comparative Table of provisions of: Companies Act, 2013 = Companies Act, 1956 Companies Act, 1956 = Companies Act, 2013
  • Notifications/Clarifications/Orders issued under Companies Act, 2013

Author: Bharat’s

About Publisher:Bharat is a ‘trade-name’ for a group of concerns, popularly known as Bharat Law House and Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd. Bharat is one of the most reputed publishers of law books with an experience of over six decades. It possess a very diverse range of publications covering not only the area of taxation – direct and indirect – but also company law, insolvency capital market, finance, industrial law, foreign exchange, commercial, civil and criminal laws. The students publications for CA, CS, CMA, CFA, MBA, graduate and post-graduate studies have carved out a niche for themselves. The Publication House has a professionally qualified team with strong in-house capabilities. Their strength lies in the patronage of legal luminaries in every field. They strive for accuracy, authenticity and sincerity.

Law & Procedure Of Limited Liability Partnership (9th Edition)

Categories: Company Law
Publisher: Bharat Law House Pvt Ltd
About Book:The book is a comprehensive and clear introductory guide to the principles and practice of laws relating to the limited liability partnership. LLP form of organisation provides flexibility in the running of business activities for all the segments including service sectors and professionals as there is no restriction on the number of maximum members, capital contribution, acceptance of deposits from the partners, loans to the partners and their associate concerns, charging of interest, registration of charge, etc. together with the basic characteristics like, separate legal entity with limited liability and perpetual succession. The LLP model provides smoothness in legal compliances in the present scenario. LLP, for the purpose of Income Tax, has been made similar to partnership and necessary amendments to include the LLP in the Income-tax Act, 1961 and the Income-tax Rules, 1962 have been made.

This book contains 20 Chapters in a very simple language. Special chapters on “Frequently Asked Questions” on the LLP, Foreign Investment in LLP and "Taxation of LLPs" have been given. Specific care has been taken to provide provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 and rules made thereunder, wherever reference for the Companies Act, 1956 has been given under the LLP Act and Rules thereunder. More importance has been given in the book relating to the chapters for partners, incorporation of LLP and conversion of partnership firms and companies under the LLP Act, which are relevant immediately. The Book contains narrative analysis of LLP Act & Rules and provides specimens of the LLP Agreement, various notices, resolutions, minutes, filled up Forms, etc. The book not only provides adequate guidance for incorporation of new LLP, conversion of the existing organisations into the LLP but deals with the administration and running of LLPs by explaining Statement of Accounts, Solvency and the Auditors of Limited Liability Partnership; Annual Return and Maintenance of Statutory Records; Investigation; Compromise, Arrangement or Reconstruction of Limited Liability Partnerships; Filing of Forms, Payment of Fee and Prosecution; Taxation of LLPs; Notices, Resolutions, Minutes, LLP Agreements, etc.

Authors: D.K. Jain, Ishan Jain

About Authors:

D.K. Jain :Dr. D.K. Jain, M.Com, FCS, ACIS (UK), Ph.D., I.P. is a Practicing Company Secretary, engaged in the practising field of Company Law, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Law, LLP, SEBI and Stock Exchange compliances. He has more than 34 years of practical experience in corporate laws and has been in the profession of Company Secretary for over 25 years.

Dr. Jain is qualified as Insolvency Professional and having international professional qualification of Chartered Secretary from the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (UK) and is a Fellow Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India. He has completed research work on Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and its effect on final accounts (a comparative study of GAAP of India, UK and USA).

Dr. Jain has authored several books for  professionals on more than 20 topics Company Law and other allied laws which includes Company Law Ready Reckoner, LLP, FEMA, SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015, etc. He is a regular contributor of articles on various corporate matters in professional journals and speaker on the Company Law, Insolvency Law, SEBI Listing Regulations etc.

Dr. Jain has also served as the member of the Research and Publication Committee and as the member of Editorial Board of monthly bulletin “Focus” published by the Western India Regional Council of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India and also served as a member of the Management Committee of the CCGRT of the ICSI and member of the Research Group of ICSI. He is also member of the Editorial Board of the “Chartered Secretary” of the ICSI.

About Publisher:Bharat is a ‘trade-name’ for a group of concerns, popularly known as Bharat Law House and Bharat Law House Pvt. Ltd. Bharat is one of the most reputed publishers of law books with an experience of over six decades. It possess a very diverse range of publications covering not only the area of taxation – direct and indirect – but also company law, insolvency capital market, finance, industrial law, foreign exchange, commercial, civil and criminal laws. The students publications for CA, CS, CMA, CFA, MBA, graduate and post-graduate studies have carved out a niche for themselves. The Publication House has a professionally qualified team with strong in-house capabilities. Their strength lies in the patronage of legal luminaries in every field. They strive for accuracy, authenticity and sincerity.

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