- There has to be an insolvent liquidation in progress
- There has to have been dishonesty in the running of the business
- The standard of proof is that of beyond reasonable doubt even in a case of civil liability
- It applies to persons who are knowingly parties to fraudulent trading
About Devesh Pandey
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- Companies Act 1956
- Company Incorporation
- Competition Law
- Constitution of India
- FINANCE RELATED
- Foreign Direct Investment
- INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
- LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP
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- Provident Fund and Other Labour Laws
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About the Blog and the Author
This blog is authored by Mr. Devesh Pandey. He is a corporate legal adviser based at Delhi He is a corporate law advisor with diversified experience in matters relating to Corporate and Commercial Laws. His core practice areas are General corporate law (Company Law & FEMA) Mergers and Acquisitions, Foreign Direct Investment etc. He has worked with few eminent corporate law firms of India. Mr. Pandey is advising foreign investors, Indian individuals and bodies corporate in setting up their business ventures, obtaining FIPB approvals, legal and regulatory issues and also on various legal and commercial issues during the course of running business. He has significantly worked in the areas of foreign direct investment, foreign exchange control issue, drafting negotiating shareholders foreign collaboration & joint venture agreements, technology transfers, JV negotiations, mergers, acquisition and takeovers, due diligence etc. He has an extensive experience in the sectors like power, oil & gas Infrastructure, Information Technology, financial services, retail, gem & jewellery, micro finance, non-profitorganisations, real estate, E-commerce, education etc. Mr. Pandey has also taught corporate laws to the CA and CS students. Apart from the above, he is also speaker in corporate law relates programms/workshops.
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