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Compendium of Key Issues under Corporate Law (Set of 2 Volumes) by Dr K R Chandratre

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About Compendium of Key Issues under Corporate Law, 2 Vol

About the Book

With the rapid change in the statutory environment, Corporate Law has also been evolving at a faster pace from past several decades. The complexities in the laws have also been rising, which poses a constant challenge to practicing professionals. There also exist a lot of issues which perhaps may not be addressed by legislation and delegated legislation, some of which are addressed by the judiciary. The present book is a Compendium of Key Issues under Corporate Laws covering a wide spectrum of subjects in Corporate Laws, in two Volumes.


This book brings out issues in Corporate Law covering aspects that professionals face in practice. It also brings out a lot of aspects that readers should be aware of Legislation and case laws from other jurisdictions have been analyzed to provide insight into the issues.


Key highlights

  • Topic-wise detailed analysis of various Corporate Law issues.
  • Various issues have been organised under different heads addressing the key issues concerning the topic.
  • A detailed analysis of statutory provisions along with relevant judicial pronouncements and provisions of allied laws (wherever applicable) for each topic has been provided; e.g. SEBI Act and various Regulations issued by the SEBI.
  • Covers analysis of certain landmark judicial pronouncements.
  • Provides comparative position of various topics among Companies Act, 2013 and Companies Act, 1956.
  • Certain new concepts of Companies Act, 2013 explained in detail.
  • Rules of interpretation of statutes have been discussed wherever necessary. 
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