Taxmann Company Law (University Edition) By G K Kapoor Sanjay Dhamija Edition February 2021

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This book aims to represent an impressive and judicious blending of the provisions of the Companies Act, Judicial Decisions, Clarifications issued by SEBI. The text is interspersed with interpretations, explanations and illustrations, to help the students assimilate the provisions in a better way.
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Taxmann Company Law (University Edition) By G K Kapoor Sanjay

Taxmann Company Law (University Edition) By G K Kapoor Sanjay

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This book is a comprehensive & authentic book on ‘Companies Act, 2013 as amended by the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020. This book aims to represent an impressive and judicious blending of the provisions of the Companies Act, Judicial Decisions, Clarifications issued by SEBI. The text is interspersed with interpretations, explanations and illustrations, to help the students assimilate the provisions in a better way.

This book aims to fulfill the requirement of students of B.Com/BBA/BBS/LL.B./CFA/CA/CS/CMA & other professional courses

The Present Publication is the 23rd Edition & amended by Companies (Amendment) Act 2020, authored by Dr. G.K. Kapoor & Dr. Sanjay Dhamija, with the following noteworthy features:

  • The 23rd Edition incorporates the following changes introduced by Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020
  • Decriminalization of certain offences, not involving fraud, injury to the public interest or non-compoundable offences
  • New chapter relating to the Producer Companies has been incorporated
  • Various other amendments relating to remuneration to non-executive directors, setting-up of benches of NCLAT, reduction in timelines for right issues, preparation of periodical financial results by unlisted companies, and relaxation relating to expenditure on CSR, etc. have been incorporated in this edition
  • The provisions of the law are presented in a simple and lucid style, backed by most up-to-date case decisions. Also, a number of specimen notices, minutes and resolutions have been given at relevant  places to help students answer questions.
  • [Student-Oriented Book] This book has been developed, keeping in mind the following factors:
  • Interaction of the author/teacher with his/her students in the class-room
  • Shaped by the author/teachers experience of teaching the subject-matter at different levels
  • Reaction and responses of students have also been incorporated at different places in the book
  • [Summaries] are provided at the end of each chapter containing substantive provisions of the law
  • [Hints to Questions & Practical Problems] have been provided and selected from past examination question of various universities and professional institutes
  • The book follows six-sigma approach to achieve the benchmark of ‘zero-error’
  • [Latest & Landmark Case Laws] have been provided through-out the book

Contents of this book is as follows:

  • History of Company Legislation
  • Meaning and Nature of a Company
  • Kinds of Companies
  • Formation and Incorporation of a Company
  • Memorandum of Association
  • Articles of Association
  • Prospectus
  • Acceptance of Public Deposits
  • Share and Share Capital
  • Membership
  • Registers and Returns
  • Investments, Loans, Borrowings and Debentures
  • Divisible Profits and Dividends
  • Company Management
  • Company Secretary and Practising Company Secretary
  • Company Meetings – I | General
  • Company Meetings – II | General Body Meetings
  • Company Meetings – III | Board Meetings
  • Accounts and Audit
  • Inspection, Inquiry and Investigation
  • Majority Rule and Minority Protection
  • Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement
  • Compromises, Arrangements, Reconstruction and Amalgamation
  • Winding Up
  • Authorities under the Companies Act, 2013
  • Service of Documents
  • Corporate Governance
  • The Depositories Act, 1996 | An Analysis
  • Company Law in a Computerised Environment – E-Governance and E-Filing

About the Author

G.K. Kapoor

Dr. G.K. Kapoor, co-winner of NIRC, ICAI Best Teacher Award 2000, is an author of various books on Law including Business Law; Business Law, Ethics and Communication for C.A. PCC/IPCC; Corporate and Allied Laws for C.A. (Final); Economic and Labour Laws; Company Law. He has 42 years of teaching experience of Business and Corporate Laws at under-graduate, post-graduate and professional level. He has been on the Guest Faculty of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Indian Law Institute, All India Management Association, Indian Institute of Bankers, Indian Institute of Public Administra¬tion, International Management Institute (IMI),

Sanjay Dhamija

Dr. Sanjay Dhamija currently is Professor and the Chairperson of the PGDM at the International Management Institute, New Delhi. He is a doctorate in finance and a Fellow Member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (FCS) and of the Institute of Cost Accountants of India (FCMA). He did his M. Com. from Delhi School of Economics and LL.B. from Delhi University. He is also a Chartered Financial Analyst from ICFAI. Prof. Dhamija has attended workshops at Harvard Business School, Wharton Business School and Robert H. Smith School of Business.

Professor Dhamija has over 35 years of rich experience both in industry and academia. He worked in industry in senior positions for over 16 years and since 2003, he is in academics having worked with ICFAI Business School and Management Development Institute (MDI) before joining IMI in 2009. He was awarded for ‘Excellence in Teaching’ at MDI and as ‘Best Trainer’ at IMI. He was recognized as the ‘Best Teacher in Financial Management’ at 17th Dewang Mehta Business School Awards. He also received the award for the ‘Best Case in finance, economics, business and political environment’ at the 40th Anniversary Case Conference of the Case Center, UK held at IIM-Bangalore.

He has handled a number of consulting and training assignments for organizations in government sector, public sector and private sector. He also regularly conducts popular programs on ‘Finance for Non-Finance Executives’ and ‘Understanding and Analysis of Financial Statements’. He has authored books in the areas of company law, business law, financial management, financial derivatives, financial accounting & analysis, financial reporting and corporate governance. He has published research papers and case studies in national and international journals.

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