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What is Company Law?

The Company Law specialization offers all legal components required for the running of commercial enterprise agencies together with laws of copyright, contractual regulation, place of business protection regulations, monetary regulation, taxation, IPR, and more.

Company Law is a regulation specialization this is additionally known as Mercantile Law. Company Law offers the legal guidelines on the idea of which each deal between people and industrial corporations is governed.

Academy Tax4wealth offers the Best Company Law Online Courses. By providing them with available videos, case research, webinars, and quizzes organized by the experts to improve the knowledge and skills of our students/candidates. This path is 100% practical for Corporate Law Courses. This Online Certification Course is based on the Company Law, which we are providing at our organization.

What You Will Learn:

Part 1: Introduction to the company
A company is an association of people formed for the purpose of some business or undertaking, which has a legal personality separate from that of its members. A company may be formed by charter, by special Act of Parliament, or by registration under the Companies Acts.

What are the advantages or benefits of making a Company?
Advantages that you will learn while making a company are as follow: -
  1. Limited Liability
  2. Legal Entity/Status or Recognition
  3. Perpetual Succession
  4. Project Cost & Risk Factors
  5. Easy Transferability
  6. Dual Relationship
  7. Borrowing Capacity
  8. Taxation
  9. Raising Money from the Public
What are the disadvantages of making a Company?
Disadvantages that you learn while making a company are as follows: -
  1. Formalities and Expenses
  2. Corporate Disclosure
  3. Separation of Control from Ownership
  4. Greater Social Responsibility
  5. Greater tax burden
  6. Detailed winding-up procedure

Limited Liability of making a Company is?
  1. Company Limited by Shares
  2. Company Limited by Guarantee without share capital
  3. Company Limited by Guarantee having a share capital
  4. Company with Unlimited Liability

What are the characteristics/features of making a Company? 
  1. Incorporated Association
  2. Artificial Person
  3. Separate Legal Entity
  4. Separate Property
  5. Capacity to sue and to be sued
  6. Separate Ownership & Management
  7. Transferability Share
  8. Perpetual Succession
  9. Contractual Rights
  10. Common Seal
Part 2: Difference Between Company and Other Mode of Business
✅ Comparison between Difference Modes of Entities in India
✅ Comparison of Company with Partnership
✅ Comparison of Company with HUF (Hindu Undivided Family)
✅ Comparison of Company with LLP (Limited Liability
✅ Coverage of All Recent Amendments and Their Implications
✅ Practical Working Knowledge with Real Life Issues

Part 3: Lifting or Piercing of Corporative Veil
✅ Info about Separate Legal Entity
✅ Effect of Corporate Veil | Case Law Study
✅ Coverage of All Recent Amendments and Their Implications

Part 4: Type of Companies
• Private Limited Company (Whether Limited by Share or Guaranty amount)
• One Person Company (OPC)
• Small Company
• Public Limited Company (Includes Listed Co. and Unlisted Co.)
• Subsidiary and Holding Company
• Associate Company
• Govt. Company

Part 5: Promotion of a Company
The formation of a company is a legal process, which involves a series of steps and legal formalities. The process of formation is divided into the following three stages: 1) Promotion stage Promotion is the process of discovery and investigation of business opportunities, planning and organization of physical, financial, and human resources with a view to forming a company.
2) Registration and incorporation stage is the second stage of the formation of a company. A company comes into existence only after its registration and issue of a certificate of incorporation to it. It usually involves four steps; 1. Preliminary steps 2. Application for reg. And delivery of documents 3. Scrutiny and reg. of documents by the registrar 4. Issue of certificate of incorporation and CIN
3) Commencement of business stage according to the latest provisions of the Companies Act, every company is entitled to commence its business as soon as it obtains its certificate of incorporation. No other formality is required to comply with it.
Part 6: Incorporation of a Company
➢ Application for registration of the Company shall be filed with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) within whose jurisdiction the Registered Office has to be situated.

➢ A Private Limited Company can be formed Online through the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) portal nowadays by submitting necessary documents and by paying online Stamp Duty (which applies as per State to State).

The following forms are filled in the form of “Linked Forms” online through the MCA portal:
❑ SPICE + (Form INC-32)
❑ SPICE M.O.A (Form INC-33)
❑ SPICE A.O.A (Form INC-34)
❑ AGILE-PRO-S (Form INC-35)

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