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Lexis Nexis Ramaiya Guide to the Companies Act (Set of 5 Volumes) by Arvind P Datar, S. Balasubramanian Edition : 2014

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Author : Arvind P Datar, S. Balasubramanian
Publisher : Lexis Nexis
Edition : 18th Edition, 2014

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Key Highlights of the 18th Edition of Ramaiya A Guide to Companies Act 2013:


•Comprehensive and authoritative commentary on the new Companies Act 2013. 
•Side by side analysis of Companies Act 1956 and Companies Act 2013. 
•New Concepts/provisions introduced by Companies Act 2013 analyzed and discussed. For example: One Person Company, Changes in compliance norms for Related Party Transactions, Corporate Governance, Independent Directors, Audit Committees, Corporate Social Responsibility, etc. 
•Commentary prepared by experts in corporate law. 
•Diverse Contributor profile with rich experience in regulatory, compliance, litigation, transaction advisory role, as well as accounting and auditing. Contributors include, senior advocates, former member of the company law board, partners of the big four accounting firms, and top tier corporate law firms, company secretaries, and chartered accountants. 
•The eighteenth edition examines the relationship between the Companies Act 2013 and the Companies Act 1956 and to address unique challenges/issues arising out of concurrent operation of two Acts and throws light on ambiguities and uncertainties in the law. 
•Rules, Clarifications, Notifications and Orders issued under Companies Act 2013 and Allied Legislation (SEBI Regulations, FEMA Regulations, RBI Master Circulars etc.) updated as on the date of going to press. 
•Analysis and in-depth coverage of Companies Act, as well as Allied legislation. Detailed appendixes, providing rules, regulations, orders issued under Companies Act 2013, and Companies Act 1956, as well as Allied legislation and regulations issued thereunder


Table of Contents


Chapter I: Preliminary
Chapter II: Incorporation of Company and Matters Incidental Thereto
Chapter III: Prospectus and Allotment of Securities
Part I - Public Offer
Part II - Private Placement
Chapter IV: Share Capital and Debentures
Chapter V: Acceptance of Deposits by Companies
Chapter VI: Registration of Charges
Chapter VII: Management and Administration
Chapter VIII: Declaration and Payment of Dividend
Chapter IX: Accounts of Companies
Chapter X: Audit and Auditors
Chapter XI: Appointment and Qualifications of Directors
Chapter XII: Meetings of Board and its Powers
Chapter XIII: Appointment and Remuneration of Managerial Personnel
Chapter XIV: Inspection, Inquiry and Investigation
Chapter XV: Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations
Chapter XVI: Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement
Chapter XVII: Registered Valuers
Chapter XVIII: Removal of Names of Companies from the Register of Company
Chapter XIX: Revival and Rehabilitation of Sick Companies
Chapter XX: Winding Up
Part I - Winding Up by the Tribunal
Part II - Voluntary Winding Up
Part III - Provisions Applicable to Every Mode of Winding Up
Part IV - Official Liquidators
Chapter XXI
Part I - Companies Authorized to Register Under this Act
Part II - Winding Up of Unregistered Companies
Chapter XXII: Companies Incorporated Outside India
Chapter XXIII: Government Companies
Chapter XXIV: Registration Offices and Fees
Chapter XXV: Companies to Furnish Information or Statistics
Chapter XXVI: Nidhis
Chapter XXVII: National Company Law Tribunal and Appellate Tribunal
Chapter XXVIII: Special Courts
Chapter XXIX: Miscellaneous

Brief Description





The eighteenth edition examines the relationship between the Companies Act 2013 
and the Companies Act 1956 and to address unique challenges/issues arising out of 
concurrent operation of two Acts and throws light on ambiguities and uncertainties
 in the law. Diverse Contributor profile with rich experience in regulatory, compliance,
 litigation, transaction advisory role, as well as accounting and auditing. Contributors 
include, senior advocates, former member of the company law board, partners of the 
 big four accounting firms, and top tier corporate law firms, company secretaries, and 
chartered accountants.




Rules, Clarifications, Notifications and Orders issued under Companies Act 2013 and Allied
 Legislation (SEBI Regulations, FEMA Regulations, RBI Master Circulars etc.) updated as on 
the date of going to press. Covers Detailed appendixes, providing rules, regulations, orders
 issued under Companies Act 2013, and Companies Act 1956, as well as Allied legislation and 
regulations issued thereunder.


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Testimonials:

 Ramaiya’s Guide to the Companies Act represents the most thorough and comprehensive reference work on corporate law. The book has been relied on and cited in various judgments of the Supreme Court as well as High Courts. This edition, like the previous editions, will be invaluable for corporates, practicing advocates, accounting professionals, company secretaries as well as the judiciary. 

— Justice Ruma Pal
 Former Judge, Supreme Court of India 

 With the Companies Act, 2013 coming into force, practitioners and serious students alike have waited with bated breath for Ramaiya's commentary. The Act, having covered new areas and, in the process, having given rise to numerous doubts and difficulties, the need was felt, more than ever before, for an aid to facilitate a clear understanding. This edition provides the requisite clarity and comprehensiveness that Ramaiya, as the definitive treatise on the subject, has manifested for decades. The comparisons with the 1956 Act, the explanations for the changes, and the interpretative challenges have been handled in a manner that has stood the test of time. 

— M. Damodaran
 Chairman, Excellence Enablers Pvt. Ltd. & Former Chairman, SEBI 

 Ramaiya’s commentary has over many decades been the benchmark for any reference and research on the Companies Act. Like all other previous editions, this one too will find a prominent place in every lawyer’s library for there is no other alternative in the depth of information and analysis on the Companies Act, 2013. 

— V. Lakshmikumaran
 Managing Partner, Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan

 As always, Ramaiya is a must have for every lawyer. The depth of research and insight it contains makes it invaluable. With the coming into force of the new Companies Act, 2013 and the new complexities in this area of law, Ramaiya becomes even more invaluable. 

— Zia Mody
 Founding Partner, AZB & Partners

 Since its first edition in 1956, Ramaiya and company law have been inseparable in the minds of Indian corporate lawyers. Ramaiya’s Guide to the Companies Act has remained the most admired volume – perhaps the most cited work in Indian company courts and tribunals. The Guide has stood out strongly and exceptionally in every way - its meticulous research, well written commentary, description of legislative intent, succinct coverage of Indian and foreign judicial precedents, procedural aspects, notifications, clarifications and circulars. It is a wonderful compilation of Indian company law. It will be no exaggeration to say that this book is the most productive investment for practitioners in corporate laws. 

— Jyoti Sagar
 Chairman & Founder, J. Sagar Associates