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What Will You Get:

  • 10+ modules covering each topic on Corporate Law
  • Video Lectures
  • Case Studies
  • Provisions of Companies Act, 2013 explained in a simplified manner
  • Assessments
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Company Law

Our course provides an overview of corporate law in India in accordance with the provisions of Companies Act, 2013. The course is divided into various modules and further into chapters through which we have tried to give a comprehensive understanding of the concepts of Company law.

 12 Modules  Certificate  Assessment
₹ 4999.00 ₹ 2999.00 Enroll Now

What Will You Get:

  • 10+ modules covering each topic on Corporate Law
  • Video Lectures
  • Case Studies
  • Provisions of Companies Act, 2013 explained in a simplified manner
  • Assessments

In-depth Course

Covers important judgments

Covers all relevant provisions of the Companies Ac, 2013

Course Outline

The basic and in depth understanding of the Companies Act is important for all the people who are associated with this subject and through this course we will provide you:

  1. Aims to provide comprehensive understanding of concepts of company law.
  2. The course covers the entire lifecycle of a company, from incorporation to dissolution.
  3. All the new aspects of Companies Act, 2013 are dealt with in detail.
  4. Recent amendments and case laws are also discussed in the modules.

Why this Course?

This course will help you grasp each and every concept of Corporate Law in a simplied and detailed manner. The provisions are explained with the help of recent and relevant case laws. At the end of each module we would also provide you with an assesment which would be helpful in understanding of the concepts.

Course Syllabus

  1. Historical Development of Corporate Law in India
  2. Comparison: 1956 & 2013 Act
  3. Company – Definition, Meaning, Nature and its Characteristics
  4. Nature and Forms of Business
  5. Company vis-à-vis other Forms of Business
  6. Concept of Corporate Personality, Corporate Veil, Limited Liability and Citizenship
  7. Case Study of Salomon vs. Salomon Co. Ltd. (1896) and Lee vs. Lee’s Farming Co. Ltd (1960)
  1. Types of Companies
  2. Promoters – Meaning, Position, Duties, Rights, Responsibilities and Liabilities
  3. Formation of Companies – Procedural Aspects
  4. MOA & AOA Related Principles
  5. Incorporation of Company and Its procedure
  1. Doctrine of ultra vires & Case study of the landmark judgment Ashbury railways carriage & Iron Co. Ltd vs Riche
  2. Doctrine of Indoor Management/ Turquand Rule
  3. Doctrine of Constructive Notice
  1. Directors-Types
  2. Director’s Identification Number (DIN)
  3. Role and Responsibilities of Directors
  4. Powers and Duties of Directors
  5. Appointment/Reappointment, Qualifications, Disqualifications
  6. Vacation of Office, Retirement, Resignation and Removal of Managing and Whole–Time Directors and Manager
  1. Shareholder's Meetings
  2. Shareholder's Agreement and Related Party Transactions
  3. Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement Including Class Action Suits & Rule under Foss v Harbottle
  4. Auditors: Appointment, Removal, Powers and Duties
  5. Corporate Governance
  1. Introduction to CSR & CSR under Companies Act, 2013 and CSR Rules
  2. E-governance initiatives in corporate law (MCA 21)
  1. Introduction to Corporate Finance
  2. Concept of Capital and Financing of Companies– Sources of Capital
  3. Share Capital, Sources of Capital; Classes and Types of Shares; Equity Shares with Differential Rights; Issue of Shares at Par, Premium and Discount; Forfeiture and Surrender of Shares; Bonus Issues; Rights Issues; Issue of Sweat Equity Shares; Employees Stock Option Scheme; Private Placement; preference shares and other forms of securities
  4. Debt Capital – Debentures, Debenture Stock, Bonds; Debenture Trust Deed and Trustees; Conversion of and Redemption of Debentures. Securing of Debts: Charges; Creation, Modification and Satisfaction of Charges
  5. Debt Capital – Debentures, Debenture Stock, Bonds; Debenture Trust Deed and Trustees; Conversion of and Redemption of Debentures. Securing of Debts: Charges ; Creation, Modification and Satisfaction of Charges
  6. Capital Market
  7. Call of Shares, Dividends and Buyback of Securities
  1. Regulation of Stock Exchanges and Trading of Securities: Securities Contract (Regulations) Act, 1956 (SCRA)
  2. Introduction to SEBI and Securities Appellant Tribunal (SAT)
  3. Securities in Electronic Form/DEMAT/Depositories Concept
  4. Intermediaries and their regulation for investor protection
  1. Listing/De-Listing and Listing Regulations
  2. IPO: Issue of Capital & Disclosure Requirements Regulations, 2009
  3. Foreign Exchange Management Act 1999
  4. Complaints Mechanism and Insider Trading
  1. General Principles of Corporate Liability
  2. Liability of Directors and Key Managerial Persons (KMP) under Companies Act, 2013
  3. Concept of Officer in Default
  4. Corporate Frauds
  5. Investigation of Corporate Frauds
  6. Inspection & Inquiry
  7. Penalties & Compounding of Offences
  1. Inspection of documents
  2. Powers of the Inspector
  3. Seizure of books and documents
  4. Inspector's Report
  5. Power of the Registrar of Companies
  6. Investigation into Affairs of the Company
  1. Restructuring & Re-Organization
  2. Mergers & Amalgamation
  3. Acquisition & Take-Over
  4. Concept and Modes
  5. Voluntary & involuntary
  6. Liquidator- appointment & roles
  7. The insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 in relation to winding up of companies
  8. Authorities under the Act- MCA - NCLAT, NCLT, Company Law Board, Regional Directors, ROC, Public Trustee or Advisory Committee & SFIO -Their powers and functions
  9. Striking Off Name of Companies

Who should take this course?

1. Law Students

2. CS Aspirants

3. Legal Professionals

4. CA Students