Bharat Treatise on FEMA Law and Practice By Dilip K. Sheth Edition 2023


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Bharat Treatise on FEMA Law and Practice By Dilip K. Sheth

Bharat Treatise on FEMA Law and Practice By Dilip K. Sheth

This Treatise on FEMA covers the widest possible expanse of the subject in all its finer aspects. The exhaustive contents of the two volumes of the Treatise are aimed at providing a research-based, comprehensive and authentic sectionwise commentary on this foreign exchange management legislation. All important concepts and propositions affirmed by various Courts in India and abroad, FERA Board, the Appellate Tribunal for Foreign Exchange (ATFFE), CEGAT and other tribunals have been analysed and discussed threadbare.

The distinguishing features of this Treatise are:

  • Two chapters on “General Principles” and “Particular Principles”.
  • Review of non-English words and phrases under “General Principles”.
  • Comprehensive synopsis before the commentary of each section, sub-section, clause and sub-clause to provide an easy-to-find referencer for all topical issues.
  • Author’s critical comments on important issues explaining the correct legal position and suggesting reconsideration of decisions.

This Treatise is written for the following users.

– Multinational Corporations doing business in India who need to ensure compliance with various FEMA provisions, Rules and Regulations.
– Foreign Collaborators, Foreign Companies and joint venture partners and their foreign advisors to ensure their being on the right side of the law.
– Foreigners visiting India for business or employment.
– Members of the Bar and the Bench on whom rests the arduous task of interpreting the law.
– Senior Advocates, Solicitors and Chartered Accountants in practice and employment who interpret the law and advise their clients and employers.
– Officers and executives of foreign banks and nationalised banks to assist them in ensuring that their constituents have complied with FEMA and the Rules and Regulations made thereunder.
– Officers of the Reserve Bank of India and Officers of the Enforcement Directorate to ensure proper governance and implementation of FEMA.
– Researchers, scholars and law students in India and abroad in their pursuit of exploring finer aspects of this exchange management legislation.

About Author:

DR. DILIP K. SHETH :DRDilip K. Sheth, B.Com (Hons.) F.C.A., LL.M., Ph.D. (Law), has been in professional practice for over four decades. For last twenty-five years, he is engaged in chamber practice in which he has advised foreign companies, foreign banks, collaborators, Indian corporate sector, NRIs, eminent firms of chartered accountants, and eminent firms of lawyers and solicitors, who have sought his advice on matters involving dicey issues on FERA, FEMA, International Taxation, Corporate Laws including SEBI and Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, foreign collaborations, non-resident investments, joint ventures, business and corporate planning, business valuations, International arbitration, and a host of legal and Constitutional matters.

He has to his credit, the following publications.
•    Treatise on FERA – published in two volumes – which went through three editions.
[Foreword by Former Chief Justice of India, Justice M Hidayatullah]
•    Treatise on FEMA (Fourth Edition)
[Foreword by Former Chief Justice of India: Justice T.S. Thakur]
•    Treatise on Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (2021 Edition)
[Foreword by Former Chief Justice of India, Justice Dipak Misra]
•    Treatise on Prohibition of Benami Property Transactions Act, 1988 (Second Edition)
[Foreword by Former Chief Justice of India, Justice R M Lodha]
•    Treatise on The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 (2022 Edition)
[Foreword by Justice Sujata Manohar, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India, Former Chief Justice, Bombay and Kerala High Courts]
•    Sampath Iyengar’s Law of Income-tax – (Ninth Edition), published in seven volumes which he had the honour to edit and revise.

He has contributed articles in professional journals on taxation, FERA, NRI Investment, international taxation, international arbitration, consumer protection, and several other legal matters and delivered lectures at several seminars and workshops on these subjects.

He is also an invitee lecturer at University of Bombay for Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree course.

Between 2004 and 2009, he completed research in an important subject in International Taxation pursuant to which he was awarded Doctorate in Law by University of Bombay.

This fourth (2023) Edition of Treatise on FEMA (Law and Practice) represents the fruits of his comprehensive research and in-depth analysis of finer aspects of this legislation and its unique presentation as a standard reference-work.

Weight 3 kg