THE INDIAN REVIEW OF CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL LAWS

January 31, 2019

[Apurva Lahoti is pursuing the Master of Laws (LLM) programme from WBNUJS Kolkata.]

The expression ‘buyback of shares’ simply refers to an activity wherein the corporate entity takes back its issued shares from its shareholders pursuant to section 68 of the Companies Ac...

January 26, 2019

[Aman Gupta is a third-year student at NLU Jodhpur.]

In 2015, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) introduced a new kind of external commercial borrowings (ECBs), known as rupee-denominated bonds (RDBs) or masala bonds, which were floated with the idea of aiding the Indian c...

January 19, 2019

[Dushyant Kishan Kaul is a fourth-year student at Jindal Global Law School.]

In the recently decided case of ArcelorMittal India Private Limited v. Satish Kumar Gupta & Ors., the Supreme Court has interpreted section 29 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (...

January 15, 2019

[Moksh Ranawat and Aman Guru are students at Symbiosis Law School, Pune.]

The problem of non-performing assets (NPAs) in the power sector holds potential to disrupt the banking industry of the country and has become a major reason for reduction in the lending capacity o...

January 13, 2019

[Riya Gupta is a fifth-year student at Jindal Global Law School.] 

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) introduced a settlement mechanism for violation of securities laws in India in the year 2007.[1] Later, in 2014, the SEBI (Settlement of Administrative a...

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