2 edition of Companies Act 1961, part VIA found in the catalog.
Companies Act 1961, part VIA
Philip Damien Cummins
|Statement||[Philip Damien Cummins].|
|LC Classifications||HD9506.A82 N673 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||213 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||213|
|LC Control Number||85209369|
Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act (e-book) (0) Buy Now. Companies Act No. of Version as at 10 February This Act was repealed on 10 February by section 3 (Schedule 1) of the Legislation Reform (Repeals No. 5) Act , No. 2/ Title: Companies Act Author: Anna Ribic Subject: Reprints for Acts/SR's.
Substituted by the Finance (No. 2) Act, , with effect from 1st October, for the words: under sub-section (3) of section 4. Inserted by the Finance Act, , with effect from 1st April, 5. Inserted by the Finance Act, , with effect from 1st June, Section Title: Appeals and Revision. Depreciation Rates as per Income Tax Act, Block of Assets The expressions Assets and Blocks of Assets w.e.f. shall mean a group of assets falling within a class of assets comprising:–.
(iv) the Indian Companies Act, ; (v) the Registration of Transferred Companies Ordinance, ; (vi) the Companies Act, ; and (vii) any law corresponding to any of the aforesaid Acts or the Ordinances. and in force— (A) in the merged territories or in a Part B State (other than the State. of Jammu and Kashmir), or any part thereof. In simple words, ‘slump sale’ is nothing but transfer of a whole or part of business concern as a going concern; lock, stock and barrel. As per section 2(42C) of Income -tax Act , ‘slump sale’ means the transfer of one or more undertakings as a result of the sale for a lump sum consideration without values being assigned to the.
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COMPANIES ACT No. of Version incorporating amendments as at 11 January TABLE OF PROVISIONS Section Page PART I-PRELIMINARY 1.
Short title 2. Commencement 3. Division into Parts 4. Repeals and transitory provisions 5. Definitions 6. Definition of subsidiary and holding company 6A. Interests in shares PART II-ADMINISTRATION OF ACT 7. Commissioner for. THE COMPANIES ACT. Commencement. I January, An Act to amend and consolidate the law relating to the incorporation, regulation and winding up of companies and other associations and to make provision for other related and connected matters.
PART 1-PRELIMINARY. Interpretation. (I) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires. This legislation has been repealed.
part VIA book Companies Act - FOURTH SCHEDULE Sections 5, 30 TABLE A REGULATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF A COMPANY LIMITED BY SHARES Interpretation 1. In these regulations- the Act means the Companies Act ; the seal means the common seal of the company; secretary means any person appointed to perform the duties of a secretary of the company.
These rules published in Gazette 30 March,pp. Being RULES OF COURT applicable under the proceedings of "The Companies Act of " 1. Citation and commencement. These Rules may be Companies Act 1961 as "The Companies Rules " and shall come into operation on File Size: 2MB. Meaning of ‘Books of Accounts’ The Companies Act, referred to the expression “books of account” in section by listing the books required to be kept by the company.
The expression is now defined in clause (13) of section 2 of the Act which provides an inclusive definition of the books File Size: KB. Savings 6 Laws of Malaysia ACT Partnership 7 LAWS OF MALAYSIA Act PARTNERSHIP ACT An Act relating to partnership.
[Sabah April ; Other States JulyAct A] PART I PRELIMANARY Short title 1. This Act may be cited as the Partnership Act Interpretation 2. In this Act-- "bankruptcy" means “Registrar” means the Registrar of Companies appointed under this Act and includes any Deputy or Assistant Registrar of Companies; “regulations” means regulations made under this Act; “related corporation”, in relation to a corporation, means a corporation that is deemed to be related to the first-mentioned corporation by virtue of section 6.
COMPANIES ACT PART IV SHARE CAPITAL DEBENTURES AND DIVIDENDS Prohibition of allotment unless minimum subscription received Effect of irregular allotment Penalty for the contravention of section 36 Payment of commissions Financial assistance generally prohibited [repealed] Exclusion from prohibition on financial assistance [repealed].
Chapter XVIII Removal of Names of Companies From the Register of Companies. Section to Chapter XIX Revival and Rehabilitation of Sick Companies.
Section to Chapter XX Winding Up. Section to Chapter XXI Part I - Companies Authorised to Register Under this Act. Section to Chapter XXI Part II - Winding Up of.
Navillus Pty. Ltd. Victoria. Companies Act. Victoria. Companies ActPart VIA. Business firms. Tax avoidance. Victoria. Inquiry reports. Corporations -- Corrupt practices -- Australia -- Victoria.
Tax evasion -- Australia. Tax planning -- Australia. Tax planning -- Australia -- Victoria. Private companies -- Corrupt practices -- Victoria. Private companies -- Victoria -- Corrupt practices. PART I.—PRELIMINARY. (1) This Act may be cited as the Companies Act Amendment Act, (2) The Companies Act, is in this Act referred to as the principal Act.
Short title and citation. Reprinted as approved for reprint 18th August, and amended by Act No. 31 of (1) This Act may be called the Apprentices Act, (2) It extends to the whole of India.
[* * *]1. (3) It shall come into force on such date as the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, appoint; and different dates may be appointed for different Size: KB.
36 Finance Act, 9 & 10 ELtz. 2 PART I Rebate on heavy oils. be an amount equal to one tenth of the payment made or to be made for the insertion to the person providing the programme, and shall be charged on and paid by him, but (subject to any agreement to the contrary) the amount borne by him in respect of the duty with, any adjustment under section nine of this Act.
Chapter VIA (Sections 80AU) of Income Tax Act, deals with provisions related to deductions to be made in computing total income. Section 80CCC of Income Tax Act provides for Deduction in respect of contribution to certain pension funds.
Companies registered under section 25 of the Indian Companies Act, Companies registered under section 25 of the Companies Act, are companies which are promoted with special object such as to promote commerce, art, science, charity or religion or any other useful object and these companies do not have profit motive.
However, if at any. To put an end on this trend and bring these kind of companies under the tax net, law maker framed concept of MAT, according to this concept corporate entity has to pay minimum tax.
The concept of MAT is govern by the provisions contains in section JB of Income Tax Act, Donations to PM CARES Fund will also qualify to be counted as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) expenditure under the Companies Act, 80G Tax Benefit: In a circular, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) clarified that donations made by employees via employers will be eligible for deduction under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act.
How to calculate Deferred Tax Asset / Liability AS Income tax is paid on the total income a business which is calculated as per the provisions of Income Tax Act, The liability so calculated is recognized as “non-current tax liability” in books of accounts. WDV as per IT is less than WDV as per companies act hence profit as per.
Part XI VARIOUS TYPES OF COMPANIES, ETC. In this section and sections B, C, andunless the contrary intention appears — “financial statements” means the financial statements of a company required to be prepared by the Accounting Standards and, in the case of a parent company, means the consolidated financial statements.
Table A of the Fourth Schedule to the N.S.W. Companies Act Incorporating Amendment by Companies Amendment Act Author: CCH Australia Limited: Publisher: CCH Australia Limited, ISBN:Length: 27 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Background Erstwhile legislative framework Chapter XIX & Chapter XX of Companies Act, Part VIA, Part VII & Section of Companies Act, RDDBFI Act, SARFAESI Act, SICA Act, (Now Repealed) The Presidency Towns Insolvency Act, (Now Repealed) The Provincial Insolvency Act, (Now Repealed) Chapter XIII of the LLP Act, This digital book is based on the Companies Act (18 of ), the Companies (Amendment) Act (21 of ) and Companies (Amendment) Act (1 of ), Companies (Amendment) Act (20 of ) along with latest notified Rules, Circulars, Notifications and Orders including CARO by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs from time to.One of the major amendment proposed by the Companies (Amendment) Act, (at present, it is bill) is with regard to remuneration to independent director and non-executive directors in Case of Absence or Inadequacy of Profits.
In this write-up, author has analysed the impact of such amendment. Proposed changes has been made in section and so that non-executive directors including.