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The Authority has observed that institutions providing services by way of education as a part of the curriculum for obtaining a qualification recognised by any lawfor the time being in force and those engaged in providing education as a part of an ap

Posted in GST |   191 Views



Generally companies in which public are not substantially interested issue shares at a price more than Face Value of Shares or more than Fair Market Value of shares and keep the proceeds above normal value of shares in Share Premium Account. If compa

Posted in Income Tax |   1026 Views



The court rightly pointed out that a "Gratuitous Passenger" is that person who has taken lift in the vehicle. Since insurance company has not material substance to prove that the person injured is a Gratuitous Passenger and hence cannot claim repudia

Posted in Corporate Law |   233 Views



The said judgment passed by the State Commission was challenged by the appellant before the National Commission, which dismissed the petition on the ground that the appellant had violated the terms of the insurance contract. Review petition was also

Posted in Corporate Law |   295 Views



The said judgment passed by the State Commission was challenged by the appellant before the National Commission, which dismissed the petition on the ground that the appellant had violated the terms of the insurance contract. Review petition was also

Posted in Corporate Law |   396 Views



Burglary is defined as a forced entry to a house /home or company to steal something. It means for burglary claim there must be a forced entry or forced exit from the premise of the insured. The key clause in burglary insurance is � The cover is gran

Posted in Corporate Law |   915 Views



This is an eye opener case for those persons, who consents their appointment without knowing further consequences. As pointed out by the Hon’ble Court that the responsibility and duties of a director /additional director are the same. There is only d

Posted in Corporate Law |   265 Views



THE GUJARAT HIGH COURT recently modified the judgment and award granted by the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal on the ground that the tribunal had not complied with the directions issued by the Supreme Court, prescribing Rs. 1 lakh compensation for a

Posted in Corporate Law |   2105 Views



The present case falls Clause (vi) of Exceptions mentioned in the insurance policy i.e."(vi) Any damage if the temperature in the Refrigeration chambers does not exceed 4.4degree Celsius." Since the Report of the Surveyor shown discrepancies in the m

Posted in Corporate Law |   1001 Views



High Court had justly affirmed the view taken by the first appellate authority, holding that the Respondent/Assessee-Company qualified for the deduction under Section 80-IA being an enterprise carrying on the stated business pertaining to infrastruct

Posted in Corporate Law |   143 Views