Corporate Law Referencer 7th edn
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Corporate Law Referencer, 7th Edition, 2021-22

Rs.3,250.00

Book Title: CORPORATE LAW REFERENCER

Author: Sumit Pahwa, eMinds Legal

Edition: 7th Edition, 2021 (updated up to 15th August, 21)

Publisher: Oakbridge

Cover: Paperback

Volumes: 2 Volumes

Pages: 3000 pages (approx)

Language: English

ISBN:978-93-91032-18-0

Short Description: Presenting 360° View of the Companies Act 2013 with section-wise Arrangement of all Circulars, Orders, Rules, Notifications including Procedures, Checklists, FAQs, Judicial Precedents & Forms.

Delivery: Free delivery all over India through Speed Post/Courier

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Corporate Law Referencer

It’s Different!

 Updated with Companies (Amendment) Act, 2020

Compliance checklists and tables on Compliances for Listed Companies under the LODR, ESOP, Takeover and Insider Trading Regulations

Section is the King – All Circulars, Orders, Rules and Notifications (CORN) including Procedures, FAQs and Judicial Precedents have been placed below the relevant section

Annual editions regularly updated to incorporate legislative changes

Overall 650+ FAQs on grey areas and practical issues including opinion thereon

Quick Referencers containing 100+ procedures and compliance checklists for both Listed andUnlisted Companies

120+ landmark judgments on key issues

Secretarial Standards on Board Meetings, General Meetings, Dividend & Report of the Board of

Directors

NCLT and NCLAT Rules 2016

Format of 200+ Non e-Forms

Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 along with Circulars, Rules and Notifications (CORN) placed under the relevant section; and the LLP (Amendment) Act, 2021

21 Quick Reference Tables (QRTs) on the following topics:

 T-1: Guidelines on UDIN and eCSIN for Company Secretaries in practice and employment

 T-2: Annual Compliance Calendar (Listed and Unlisted Companies)

 T-3: Compliance Checklist for conducting a Board Meeting

 T-4: Compliance Checklist for conducting a General Meeting

 T-5: Matters required to be passed through Special Resolution

 T-6: Items which cannot be passed through Resolution by Circulation

 T-7: Compliances based on Threshold Limits

 T-8: Website Disclosures (Listed and Unlisted Companies)

 T-9: Fee payable under Companies Act, 2013

 T-10: Exemptions/Privileges to Private Companies, Small Companies and One Person Company

 T-11: Registers under Companies Act, 2013

 T-12: Committees of the Board

 T-13: Regulatory Approvals under Companies Act, 2013

 T-14: Powers of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT)

 T-15: Stamp Duty Rates

 T-16: Key FEMA compliances with respect to issue of capital

 T-17: Compliances related to MSMEs

 T-18: Compliances under Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008

 T-19: Compliance Checklist on SEBI (LODR) Regulations, 2015

 T-20: Compliance Checklist on SEBI (Substantial Acquisitions and Takeover) Regulations, 2011

 T-21: Compliance Checklist on SEBI (Prohibition of Insider Trading) Regulations, 2015

Praises for Corporate Law Referencer

Despite existence of numerous books on Corporate Law, there has been a strong felt need for a comprehensive and credible work that enables and  empowers Corporates, Legal Professionals and General Counsels to get precise, authentic and up to date information at one single place. The Corporate Law Referencer is an innovative and praiseworthy work from OakBridge Publishing that fulfils this need perfectly. It enables Corporate Law Professionals to quickly search and comprehend the most relevant information at one single place. I would like to congratulate the author and the Publisher on this Special 5th Anniversary Edition. I am sure that the book will be a bestseller, benefiting the Corporate Legal Professionals, tremendously.

Dr. Ashok Sharma, FCIArb, Founder President, Indian Corporate Counsel Association (ICCA)

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I congratulate OakBridge Publishing and Sumit Pahwa for the Special 5th Anniversary Edition of The Corporate Law Referencer. I am sure that with its section-wise arrangement of all Circulars, Orders, Rules and Notifications, including Procedures, FAQs and Judicial Precedents, this innovative and uniquely designed book will provide immense value to the corporate and legal professionals. The annual edition of this book along with free online updates makes it a wise investment for corporates and legal professionals to help them stay updated and be efficient. I strongly recommend the same.

Manish Lamba, SVP Legal, DLF Cyber City Developers Ltd.

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“.. a commendable attempt… this “Referencer” would serve as benchmark in understanding the provisions of law and will improve the quality of professional services…”

Nesar Ahmad, Former President, ICSI

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“.. this book will provide the much needed support to the practitioners and industries so that they always remain on the right side of law”

M M Chitale, Former President, ICAI

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“Corporate Law Referencer is a Bible on Company Law with holistic coverage. It first gives you bare provisions of law, then explains the procedural nitty gritties of each section and finally solves your practical queries through hundreds of FAQs. It’s a one stop shop for understanding Companies Act, 2013.”

NPS Chawla, Associate Partner, Vaish Associates Advocates & Central Council Member, ICSI

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The Corporate Law Referencer is a comprehensive book and published at a critical time i.e. the beginning of every financial year. It has exhaustive section wise details on the Companies Act, 2013 along with Circulars, Orders, Rules and Notifications.  In this book, the relevant provisions of the Companies Act, 2013 are published in one place makes it easy to read and refer. In addition, this books is written in simple and easy language. For that reason, this book is highly recommended to Chartered Accountants, Company Secretaries, Lawyers, Students and other Corporate Law professionals. “Ye Book Hai tau Company Law easy hai”

Avneesh Chopra, General Manager (Legal) & Company Secretary, Ford India Private Limited

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“I am a big fan of Corporate Law Referencer and eMinds Legal has done a commendable job ! I like this book because provisions of the Companies Act 2013 and relevant Rules, Circulars, Exemptions, FAQs etc. are compiled in one place and given immediately after the respective sections of the Act. It is very convenient to refer to relevant provisions of Rules etc. and you don’t have to flip through the pages to refer to the relevant rules and notifications etc.”

Yug Samrat, Vice President & Group Company Secretary, Interglobe Group of Companies

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“… a good book… analyzing and putting together all the provisions, circulars, forms, practical guidance and comparative analysis with respect to each subject matter at one place…”

Lalit Kumar, Partner, J. Sagar Associates

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“…the book is an eminent guide for anyone to refer……. a complete knowledge source of Indian Company Law in a user friendly layout…………an exceptional and  proficient compendium for practical use – WORTH READING”.

Sameet Gambhir, Company Secretary, DCM Shriram Limited

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“.. one point reference for all corporate professionals and students.. comprehensive with well-structured sections / chapters…making it a simple and interesting read for all the readers”

Vinay Kumar, General Manager – Legal, Hero Motocorp Limited

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“Corporate Law Referencer is a great work on the complex subject of ‘Company Law’ and it simplifies the law to make it easily comprehendable and workable for corporates as well as professionals. Indeed a worthy addition in my library!!!

Hitender Mehta, Partner, Centrum Law

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“Corporate Law Referencer simplifies the way in which we read and use Companies Act, 2013. The book is exact, detailed, accurate, specific, very particular and to the point. Highly recommended to all.”

Ashish Jain, Company Secretary and Head Legal, IHHR Hospitality Pvt. Ltd.

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“One of the best reference that  I have come across on corporate laws which includes FAQ’s, analysis of various provisions, circulars, form, judicial precedents apart from checklist and procedures etc.  at one place, providing a great support to professionals  with an facility of updates on www.corporatelawreporter.com. The reckoner shows the hard work of the dedicated team of professionals who have been associated with the firm for more than a decade.”

Naresh Kapoor, Company Secretary, PI Industries Ltd.

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“Corporate Law Referencer is my most coveted book and I find it quite reliable. Whether it is notification, circular, rules, FAQ, quick referencer, or forms, all are given under the section itself. Professionals like lawyers, advocates, chartered accountants, company secretaries and cost accountants, whether in practice or in employment, all alike, will love this book. Its the dream book of the students also because of its point-wise clarity and being easily understandable”

CS H K Bakshi, Practising Company Secretary

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“Corporate Law Referencer is very cool with the rules, comments, quick Referencers, FAQs etc. and is very much a value add. I had never written any feedback earlier but it is unjustifiable if I didn’t give my feedback. Very much appreciated and thanks for you and your team for a wonderful and thoughtful presentation.”

Madhavan Seshachari, DGM – Taxation, Terex India Private Ltd.

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“As the reader of the book and young professional, I found this book a good source of information and solution. The FAQs and Quick reference of sections made this book very user-friendly. I would like to share this book with my friends and fellow members of ICSI.”

Govind Bhandari, Company Secretary, Anand Rathi Share and Stock Brokers Limited 

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“I would rate a 5 star to the book. It’s one of a kind which is like no other book available in the market. The concept of placing the rules with the section is the best concept giving ease to the reader to have a holistic picture of the provisions.”

Priya Lohani, Company Secretary, VKL Food Solution Enterprise

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“I refer Corporate Law Referencer Book for my practice. The book has come out very well compared to all other books. Already waiting for the next edition.”

 Veena. B., Company Secretary in Practice

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