CORPORATE LAW: (FOR DELHI UNIVERSITY B.COM, SEM.-2)

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Authors : Vandana Bansal & Anjali Arora

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About the Author

Vandana Bansal :-
She is Associate Professor at Bharati College, University of Delhi. She has over 18 years of experience in teaching corporate laws. She completed her Masters and PhD from the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. She is also an Associate Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India. Her areas of interest are Corporate Laws, Business Laws and Income Tax.


Anjali Arora :-
She is Associate Professor at Sri Aurobindo College, University of Delhi. She has over 20 years of experience in teaching corporate laws, and has presented several papers in this field. She completed her Masters from the University of Delhi, and earned her PhD from the Delhi School of Economics. Her areas of interest include Corporate Laws, Corporate Governance and International Business.
 

About the Book

 
Companies Act, 2013 is the culmination of several years of effort to enact a new legislation governing companies to replace the Companies Act, 1956. It marks a major step forward and appreciates the current economic environment in which companies operate. Corporate Laws is based on the Companies Act, 2013. Students of other Indian universities will also benefit from this book.
 

Contents

 
• Company: Definition and Characteristics • Types of Companies • Incorporation of a Company • Memorandum of Association • Articles of Association • Prospectus • Issue and Allotment of Securities • Share Capital • Directors • Meetings and Resolutions • Dividend and Other Miscellaneous Provisions • Winding Up • The Depositories Act, 1996 and the Depository System
 

Key Features

 
• A comparison of the provisions of the new and old laws has been given in every chapter
• All recent amendments and rules relating to corporate laws have been incorporated
• Interesting examples/case studies derived from landmark rulings have been given
• Questions from recent examinations