INCORPORATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES-1 TYPES OF COMPANIES.

INCORPORATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES-1 TYPES OF COMPANIES.

View Post INCORPORATION AND ITS CONSEQUENCES-1 TYPES OF COMPANIES: The companies Act, 1956 provides for a variety of companies of which can be promoted and under the Act registered. The three basic companies types which may be registered under this Act are; a, Private Companies, b, Producer Companies, c, Public companies, Companies may be classified …

Inter corporate loans Investments and guarantees,securities

Inter corporate loans Investments and guarantees,securities

Meaning of body corporate referred to in section The term “body corporate” is wider in scope and means not only companies registered under the Act but also foreign companies. It also includes a corporation formed under any special law. The term specially includes co-operative societies and any institution which the central government may by notification …

Do you know the company sends their financial statements to whom?

Do you know the company sends their financial statements to whom?

The company sends in relation of their financial statement contains (i) A balance sheet as at the end of the financial year in a company. (ii) The profit and loss account or in the case of a company having on any exercise not for profit. An income and spending account for the financial year. (iii) …