Company & Business Law

Companies in India must adhere to several legal regulations and guidelines. These include registering the Memorandum & Articles of Association, merger and amalgamation procedures, and winding up of a company. It is also important for companies to abide by the Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA), which regulates foreign investments and transactions. Companies must also comply with the Dismissal and Retrenchment laws, which outline the proper procedure for dismissing or laying off employees. Additionally, companies must follow the Contract Labour and Workmen Compensation Act, which ensures fair treatment and compensation for workers. Furthermore, companies must maintain Provident Fund accounts for their employees, and pay both Direct and Indirect Taxes as required by law. Adhering to these regulations is crucial for the success and sustainability of a company in India.

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Matters relating to Merger and Amalgamation.

Matters relating to Winding up.

Matters relating to Voluntary Winding up.

Matters relating to Foreign Exchange Regulation Act.

Matters relating to Foreign Exchange Management Act (FEMA).

Matters relating to disinvestment.

Matters relating to Dismissal, Retrenchment, Contract Labour.

Matters relating to wages, bonus, ad-hoc, casual daily wages & their regularization.

Matters relating to Workmen Compensation Act.

Matters relating to Factory Act.

Matters relating to Provident Fund.

Matters relating to Payment of Gratuity Act, 1962.

Matters relating to Trade Unions Act, 1926.

Matters relating to Industrial Disputes Act, 1947.

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