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A Handbook on Corporate and Other Laws CA Intermediate (IPCC) New Syllabus by MUNISH BHANDARI

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Author : MUNISH BHANDARI
Publisher : Bestword
Edition : 19th, For May 2018 Exam

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Bestword A Handbook on Corporate and other Laws for CA Inter (IPCC) By By Munish Bhandari Applicable for May 2018 Exam


Contents -

Preliminary
Incorporation of Company and Matters Incidental Thereto
Prospectus and Allotment of Securities
Share Capital and Debentures
Acceptance of Deposits by Companies
Registration of Charges
Management and Administration
Declaration and Payment of Dividend
Accounts of Companies
Audit and Auditors
The Indian Contract Act, 1872
The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881
The General Clauses Act, 1897
Interpretation of Statutes, Deeds and Documents

About the author -

CA Munish Bhandari is a first class graduate from Delhi University. He passed both the Groups of CA (Intermediate) and CA (Final) Examinations in First Attempt.  He is a qualified Company Secretary also. His Books for CA Intermediate (IPC)and CA (Final) have always been the ‘Favourites’ among the Students. The Handbook and the Question and Answer Book written by him have been the bestsellers since their launch(A unique Book in Tabular Format). CA Munish Bhandari has been teaching  Business Law and Corporate Law in Delhi since last 12 years. The knowledge, teaching experience and expertise of CA Munish Bhandari helps the students in developing  a thorough understanding of law and excel not only in exams but also in practical life.  He has specially designed a Workbook for the students attending his classes. The coverage in the Workbook and his classes is very comprehensive including Interpretation of Bare Act, Solving self-created examples and Illustrations, Fill-ups, Making Flowcharts and Answering Practical Problems asked in past CA Examinations. He explains the ‘why’ of the legal provisions,