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Validity of Crypto-Currency in India
  • By: Adv. Yashvi Shah
  • Date: 30 November 2020
  • Commmercial Contracts
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Specialists over the world are careful about digital variants of money due to the obscurity of the dealing capacity of any individual in order to mine, hold, or move the digital money. The possibility of perceiving and

Void and Voidable Contracts

By: Adv. Jayatinn B. Laalwani Commmercial Contracts 16 April 2020

A contract is considered to be an agreement between two or more individuals or entities. It is like a promise between parties which serves as legal protection in a prospective business deal....
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Demerger

By: Adv. Jayatinn B Laalwani Commmercial Contracts 12 December 2019

A demerger is a process to separate one or more units and to form a new company. A demerger is a corporate reorganization in the case when a business breaks down, either to function on their own or to liquidate or to be sold....
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National Company Law Tribunal

By: Adv. Jayatinn B Laalwani Commmercial Contracts 19 September 2019

On 01 June 2016, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has issued three notifications for setting and developing the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT). Now, MCA...
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The IndiGo Promotors Feud

By: admin Commmercial Contracts 31 July 2019

Rakesh Gangwal owns 37% shares of IndiGo as compared to co-promotor Rahul Bhatia, who along with his affiliates, owns 38%....
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More about Joint Venture

By: admin Commmercial Contracts 30 July 2019

A Joint Venture is an alliance where two or more business parties form a partnership to share their intellectual property, markets, knowledge, assets and profit. It is different from amalgamation and merger because there is no transfer of ownership...
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About Amalgamation In India

By: admin Commmercial Contracts 24 April 2019

An amalgamation of the company is different from the process of a merger. It is because neither of connecting companies survives as a legal entity at the end; a new entity is formed to house and consolidate the assets and liabilities of both comp....
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