Security Appellate Tribunal Case Case: 1: Karvy Stock Broking Limited (KSBL) v/s NSE India How not to file an appeal on the SAT? The case was heard on the maintainability of this appeal against the order/circular of the NSE which suspended the trading account of the appellant. The said appeal is for the quashment of … Continue reading Latest Judgments Of The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT)
Case 1: Bharat Patel & Ors. V/s SEBI What is the distinction between an Open Offer and Regulatory Disclosures? The said case revolves around the violation of disclosure requirements of the appellants from the accounts of Bharat Patel, a Joint Account where Minal Patel wife of Bharat Patel being the First holder and the Second … Continue reading Latest Judgements Of The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT)
In a competitive market economy, the liquidity to run a business efficiently and effectively is the prime management requirement for any new venture. Such business has the option to raise money from banks through debts that require severe and stringent norms with high interest rates and repayment policy. Even capital raised through open market operations … Continue reading Legal Aspects of Foreign Venture Capital Investor (FVCI) And Their Relation with Startups
By observing the future prospects of a company it has to develop in a certain structure so that a better combination of its operation, business agenda and marketing may equivalently be distributed with equitable benefits for its progress. In a competitive market when a proportion of consumer demands is targeted to be captured in a … Continue reading Typical aspects of mergers of multiple companies into one company
In Mergers and acquisitions, the transaction of the ownership of a business is done between the parties. In this kind of transaction, the transacting parties though not transferring such ownership but transfer such assets of a company that compromise the part of the business of the selling party. In situations where the sale is of … Continue reading Understanding The Difference In Asset Sale and Slump Sale
The Banks are the life and blood of the economy, their business to provide and infuse credit into the market promote growth which in consequence bring prosperity into the economy. But this form of business of lending may also lead to credit defaulters in the market which consequently damages the credit business. The Banks which … Continue reading How Banks Recover Debts Through Secured Assets?
In the business of lending, a borrower receives capital from the lender on the basis of any guarantee or security collateral upon which the lender maintains his confidence on such debt. The Borrower in securing its debt creates a charge or mortgage upon the property owned by the Borrower. The Lender has the right to … Continue reading What Actions Can A Secured Creditor Have Against A Tenant In Possession Of Secured Asset?