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BACKGROUND  COVID-19 Pandemic has played a significant role in changing of the companies’ working patterns. The companies are facing plenty of difficulties to fulfil their regulatory, procedural, and technical requirements governed by the Companies Act, 2013 (the Act).  The Government of India is initiating various relief packages, to provide aid to the companies to ease...

Corporate   Social   Responsibility   (CSR) can   be understood as a Company’s responsibility   towards the society, the environment and the community within which it operates. There   are   various   ways   in   which   a   Corporate   fulfils   its   CSR obligations as mandated by law. At present, CSR is not seen merely as a charity but also as a way for...

BENGAL CHEMIST AND DRUGGISTS ASSN. vs KALYAN CHOWDHURY In the Supreme Court of India, Civil Appeal No. 684 of 2018 RATIO 1: Section 421(3) of the Companies Act, 2013 is peremptory in nature. RATIO 2: Under Section 433 of the Companies Act, 2013 the provisions of the Limitation Act shall not apply”.   BRIEF FACTS:...

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