Samir C Arora Vs. SEBI case

In this case, SEBI conducted investigations into the management, conduct and other affairs of the Alliance Capital Asset Management (I) Pvt. Ltd. (ACAML). Samir...

Nirma Industries Ltd. and another Vs. SEBI

In their appeal before the Supreme Court, Nirma Industries raised the following grounds: 1. SEBI did not grant an opportunity of being heard while deciding...

Bankim J. Shah v. Securities Exchange Board of India Case

Bankim J. Shah v. Securities Exchange Board of India The Board conducted investigations in the dealings in the scrip of the company for the period...

Manoj Gaur Case on Insider Trading

On January 5, SEBI issued three adjudication orders, pulling up Jaiprakash Associates's Executive Chairman Manoj Gaur, his wife Urvashi Gaur, brother Sameer Gaur, whole-time...

V.K. Kaul [Ranbaxy] v. Adjudicating officer, SEBI

Mr. V. K. Kaul was a non-executive independent director of Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited for the period from January 1, 2007 to December 18, 2008.

Rakesh Agarwal v SEBI- A case on Insider Trading

The concept of Insider Trading in India started fermenting in the 80’s and 90’s and came to be known and observed extensively in the Indian Securities market.

An analysis of Sahara India Real Estate Corp Ltd and Ors. V. SEBI

The Supreme Court of India, on 31st August 2012, in one of its most anticipated judgment of recent times has directed the Sahara Group and its two group companies Sahara India Real Estate Corporation Limited (SIRECL) and Sahara Housing Investment Corporation Limited (SHICL) to refund around Rs 24,029 crore to their 29.6 million investors within the stipulated time of 3 months from the date of the order with an interest of 15% per annum.

An insight into Foss v Harbottle (1843) case

Rule in Foss v Harbottle is a leading English precedent in corporate law. According to this rule, the shareholders have no separate cause of action in law for any wrongs which may have been inflicted upon a corporation. The rule is named after the 1843 case in which it was developed.

Doctrine of Undisclosed Principal

Undisclosed Principal is a concept covered under law of Agency. Undisclosed Principal is a person who acts through an agent for the purpose of any negotiations with the third party, without his identity being disclosed. The third party does not know about the existence of such principal and deems the agent as if he is acting for himself. In other words, the third party considers the agent to be the principal.

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