In our last blog post, we discussed general provisions related to foreign companies. We will discuss provisions which are related to prospectus and penalties.
PROSPECTUS OF FOREIGN COMPANY (SECTION 387):
This provision is applicable to foreign companies, and there is no difference whether the company has or has not established or when formed will or will not establish a place of business in India. No person shall issue, circulate or distribute in India any prospectus offering to subscribe for securities of a company incorporated or to be incorporated outside India unless the prospectus is dated and signed.
Posted in Chapter XXII - CA2013, Companies Act 2013, Governance and Responsibility
Tagged Companies Act 2013, Companies Bill 2012, Company incorporated outside India, CorpGov, CorpLaw, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, Foreign Company, India, Indian Depository Receipt, Legal Reforms, Ministry of corporate affairs, Prospectus, Reforms
On 30th August 2013 (Bhadrapada 8, 1935 Saka), Ministry of Law and Justice issued a notification regarding the Companies Act, 2013 immediately after it received assent of President of India. Only section 1 of the Act of 2013 came into effect from that day. Section 1 as usual deals with short title, Extent, commencement and application.
Earlier Act of 1956 was applicable to whole of India with some modification related to Indian State of Nagaland, but not applicable Indian state of Sikkim. Act of 2013 is applicable to whole of India including Sikkim and without any exception to any state. Sub – section 4 of Section 1 of Act of 2013 lists out some exception regarding particular classes of companies. However, Act of 2013 is not made effective to Sikkim as on 12th September 2013.
Posted in Chapter I - CA2013, Companies Act 2013, CorpGov, CSR, Governance and Responsibility
Tagged Appellate Tribunal, Central Government, Companies Act, Companies Act 1956, Companies Act 2013, Companies Bill 2012, CorpGov, CorpLaw, Corporate Affairs Ministry, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, General Meeting, India, Indian Depository Receipt, Legal Reforms, Ministry of corporate affairs, National Company Law Tribunal, Public Offer, Reforms, Sikkim, the Registration of Companies (Sikkim) Act