Indian Company Lawyer




Introduction of Indian Company Laws:

Indian companies laws are mainly contained under the Indian Companies Act, 1956. This Act determines the formation and incorporation of companies in India and their operation. The Indian Companies Act also describes the process of dealing with the disputes inside the company and the money disputes with the company.

National Company Law Tribunal is the court where all matters pertaining to the dispute with the companies are taken up and decided. The dispute amongst the company Directors, share holders is also decided by the civil courts and various civil suits for declaration, injunction are filed before the civil court.

The role of Indian Company lawyer is very important in advising on the Indian Company Laws as it is an interplay of the various complex set of Indian laws followed by a complicated taxation system for the financial aspects of the company.


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