Analysis of Companies Act 2013 Unbound – 1 Jan 2013
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About The Book - The Companies Act 2013 was eagerly awaited by professional accounting bodies and by the industry. The act promises to produce and provide Company Law provisions along with the clear thought of Global Practices. Analysis of Companies Act 2013 is prepared on the basis of investigation done by the team of experts who possess practical level experience in Corporate Laws.Companies Bill 2012 was passed by the Lok Sabha in December 2012 and subsequently also got passed through the Rajya Sabha and later on got President's approval during August 2013. Replacement of the existing Companies Act 1956 is the primary objective of the New Companies Act. This Act is needed to get more accountability, transparency and promote better Corporate Governance in the functioning of Companies.All the Key Highlights of the Companies Act 2013 are covered under the book Analysis of Companies Act 2013. Brief analysis is done section wise between Companies Act 1956 and Companies act 2013. The Chapters of Companies Act 1956 and Companies Act 2013 are mentioned in a comparative view and the listing of rules is prescribed systematically with section-wise sub divisions. The book was published by CCH – A Wolters Kluwer in 2013 and is available in Paperback. Key Features - The Companies Act 2013 has been divided into 29 chapters, 7 schedules and 470 Sections. The 2013 edition comes with an addition of over 30 new definitions Some new concepts like Private Placement, One Person Company, Independent Directors, Appointment of Women Director, Rotation of Auditors, Corporate Social Responsibility, Class Action and Nidhi Companies are described in detail with examples. There are sections covering brief introduction to the Code of Conduct for Independent Directors and the Director's Report Enhanced Coverage.
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