With Four Notifications; S.O. 351(E) dated 23rd January 2018, S.O. 630(E) dated 9th February 2018, S.O. 1833(E) dated 7th May 2018 and S.O. 2422(E) dated 13th June 2018 most provisions of the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2017 (1 of 2018) come into force. Here is a bird’s eye view.
Registered Valuers is a new concept in Indian corporate law introduced by the Companies Act, 2013. Earlier for various purposes like wealth tax assessment, we had different valuers. Chapter XVII, Section 247 of the Companies Act, 2013 make law for registered valuers. Years earlier, we have discussed section 247 here. Now, section 247 comes into force along with a removal of difficulty order, a delegation of powers, its rules, in October 2017.
The Valuation is new concept for Indian companies’ law. We will discuss it under this blog post.
REGISTERED VALUERS (SECTION 247):
Where a valuation is required to be made in respect of any property, stocks, shares, debentures, securities, goodwill, or any other assets or any liability or net worth of a company, it shall be valued by a Registered Valuer and appointed by the Audit committee or Board of Directors of the company.
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