In this Audio discussion, we will discuss two case laws, BOI Finance Ltd vs. Custodian & ors and Bhagwati Developers Pvt Ltd vs. Peerless General Finance & Investment Company Limited and Anr:
Section 9, Section 11, Section 13,section 80 of the Trademark Act contains several of the most common (though not the only) grounds for refusing registration. The grounds for refusal under Section 2 Section 9, Section 11, Section 13, Section 80 may be summarized as:
Negotiation back‟ is a process under which an endorsee comes again into possession of the instrument in his own right. Where a bill is re-endorsed to a previous endorser, he has no remedy against the intermediate parties
Holder means any person entitled in his own name to the possession of the negotiable instrument and to recover or receive the amount due thereon from the parties thereto. consideration may not pass from a holder of the instrument.
Independent director means a person other than an executive officer or employee of the company or any other individual having a relationship which, in the opinion of the issuer's board of directors would interfere with the exercise of independent judgment
For a Company, there is very thin line between Members and Shareholders. Often they are used interchangeable, but they have various differences.
Stock and shares, although used sometimes as synonym, are different in meaning. Some of the differences between the two are as below:
Commerce Duniya, in association with Chalk Talk brings to you Corporate Law Audio Classes. Corporate Law is an important topic of MBL 1st year. We have classified the syllabus into 18 chapters in total, comprising of chapter-wise audio as well as important case laws.