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    • THE COMPANIES ACT,1956
      • Definition of company
      • Classification of Company
      • Formation of Company
      • Memorandum of Association
      • Article of Association
      • Prospectus
      • Shares and Share Capital
      • Winding up of Company
    • Definition of Company
      • A company registered under the companies act, 1956 or a existing company registered under any of the previous companies act passed in 1866 or 1882 or1913 or the registration and transfer of shares ordinance passed in 1942
    • Classification of Companies
      • Chartered company
      • Share company
      • Guarantee company
      • Limited and Unlimited company
      • Private and Public companies
      • Deemed public company
      • Holding and Subsidiary companies
    • Memorandum of Association
      • Name Clause
      • Registered Office Clause
      • Object Clause
      • Share Capital Clause
      • Liability Clause
      • Association Clause - Minimum seven promoters should sign
    • Formation of Company
      • Duties and Liabilities of Promoters
      • Availability of Name
      • Preparation of Documents
      • Registration of Company
      • Certificate of commencement of Business
      • SEBI Guidelines
      • Floatation
    • ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION
      • Section 26 states that a public limited Company may register its Articles of Association signed by the subscribers to the Memorandum.
      • If it does not register its own Articles, then Articles given in Table A of the Schedule I automatically becomes applicable.
      • It may adopt Table A in full or it may wholly exclude it by its own Articles or partly adopt its own and partly adopt Table A.
    • Articles of Association
          • Business of the Company.
          • Amount of Capital & Classes of Shares into which the Capital is divided.
          • Rights of different classes of Shareholders and procedure for its variation.
          • Allotment of Shares, calls, forfeiture & transfer of Shares.
          • Exercise of borrowing Power including issue of debentures.
    • Articles of Association
      • General Meetings, notices, quorum, Proxy, poll, voting, resolution, recording of Minutes of different meetings.
      • Number, appointment and power of Directors.
      • Accounts and Audit
      • Keeping of Books
      • Dividend –Interim & Final and general reserves.
    • Share Capital and Share Holders
      • Authorised Share Capital
      • Paid Up Share Capital
      • Initial Public Issue
      • Different types of Shares
      • Ordinary Share
      • Preferential Share
      • Bonus Share
      • Basis of Allotment of Shares
    • Share Capital and Share Holders
      • Different Types of Share Holders
      • Individual Share Holder
      • Hindu Undivided Family Share Holder
      • High Net Worth Individual Share Holder
      • Qualified Institutional Investors
      • Foreign Institutional Investors
    • Prospectus
          • Part1
          • General Information
          • Capital Structure
          • Terms of Present Issue
          • Particulars of the Issue
          • Company Management and Project
          • Future Prospects
          • Performance of Share on Stock Market
    • Prospectus
          • Part 2
          • General Information
          • Financial Information
          • Statutory &Other Information
          • Part 3
          • Explanation of certain terms &expressions used in Part1 and Part 2