The laws on social issues in the Hindu religion - marriage, succession, and guardianship -- were framed in 1956. Various amendments have been effected by Parliament and state legislatures from time to time to address prickly issues which surfaced after being kept under the carpet for years being viewed as uncomfortable.
One important amendment was carried out in 1976 to Section 16 of the Hindu Marriage Act, 1956, conferring the right of inheritance to the father's property on children born out of void or voidable marriages, whether or not so declared by a court of law.
NCLT Delhi holds that Principal and Interest Amount Cannot Be Clubbed To Reach The Minimum Threshold of Rs. 1 Crore u/s 4 of IBC, 2016.
Title: NCLT Delhi holds that Principal and Interest Amount Cannot Be Clubbed To Reach The Minimum Threshold of Rs. 1 Crore u/s 4 of IBC, 2016.
by Saurabh Gandhi
CBRE South Asia Private Limited Versus M/s. United Concepts and Solutions Private Limited.
National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), New Delhi Bench (Court-II)
Sh. Abni Ranjan Kumar Sinha, Hon’ble Member (J)
Sh. L.N. Gupta, Hon’ble Member (T)
A Primer On The Increase In Threshold For Invoking The Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code
Attachment in simple means “the process of seizeing of property”. Attachment is basically of immovable properties. Law provides various ways for attachment of property. Law contains an important principle in it, and this is the principle of “Attachment before Judgment”.
Signature ad Referendum
A representative may sign a treaty "ad referendum", i.e., under the condition that the signature is confirmed by his state. In this case, the signature becomes definitive once it is confirmed by the responsible organ.
[Art.12 (2) (b), Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties 1969]
Green Shoe Option in India