Corporate Advisory

CORPORATE LAW – A BRIEF OUTLINE

One of the challenges of doing business in India is to negotiate one’s way through the labyrinth of India’s laws and finding efficient solutions for everyday transactions.

India’s currency is not fully capital account convertible which means that there are caps on foreign investment in many sectors and restriction on acquisition of capital assets and liabilities in India.

Further, India’s corporate law framework is one of the most detailed in the world with comprehensive provisions regulating almost every facet of a corporate entity’s personality. 

HOW WE CAN HELP YOU

Our Corporate Advisory team advises Clients across a wide spectrum of industries in setting up of business entities in India, obtaining requisite approvals for foreign investment, setting up of joint ventures etc.   Our services include:

  • Advising Clients on strategies for inbound and outbound investments
  • Obtaining regulatory approvals under foreign exchange laws and other laws for setting up of business in India
  • Conducting legal due diligence in relation to business, property and assets on standalone basis or as part of any transaction
  • Providing support for setting up joint ventures, collaborations, partnerships etc. in India

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Corporate Advisory

No Stamp Duty or Registration Fees on Conversion from Public Company to Private Company: H.P. HC

05 Mar, 2020

Authored by: Deepika Shori and Madhusudan Bose. Article based on Judgment of H.P. Court on whether Stamp Duty or Registration Fees is payable on Conversion from Public Company to Private Company.