Aditee Arya

About Aditee Arya

Aditee is a legal researcher and writer. She has completed her graduation in BBALLB from IP University, New Delhi. She has a keen interest in insolvency and bankruptcy law and the companies Act. She likes to watch a lot of movies and series in her free time and hang around with her friends and travel across.

What is a Working Capital Loan? – Types, Benefits, Eligibility

A Working Capital Loan is a kind of short-term loan that is used to cover expenditures related to working capital, such as wages and other operational costs. A new injection of cash is required in order to keep a firm running if it does not maintain steady revenues or profitability throughout the year. This kind […]

An Overview Of Working Capital Management – How It Works?

Working capital management is keeping an eye on a company’s assets and liabilities to make sure it has enough liquid assets to cover its immediate operating needs as well as its debt commitments. The management of accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, and cash are the primary focuses of Working Capital Management. The Working Capital Ratio, […]

What is the Differences among the Various Legal Structures in a Business?

The legal structure of a corporation, which is often referred to as its “entity,” is a classification that is recognised by the government and has an impact on how business is conducted. Your company’s legal structure is one of the factors that determine the federal tax rate at which it is subject. There is a […]

What Is a Subscription Agreement? – Definition, Importance, Benefits

The number of shares to be sold and the price per share are outlined in the terms of a subscription agreement between a company and an individual investor. This potential investor validates his or her eligibility to participate in the partnership by submitting an application for consideration. In order to expedite the transfer of shares […]

Who are Accredited Investors? – Definition, Eligibility Criteria

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) introduced the idea of approved investors to the Indian securities market. Accredited investors are those who fulfil certain financial standards, such as a minimum yearly income or net worth. These requirements vary from state to state. ‘Accredited investors’ are now allowed to take part in the Indian […]

What Is The Difference Between LLP Agreement And Private Placement Memorandum?

There are important distinctions to be made between the LLP Agreement and the private placement memorandum. The limited liability partnership agreement (LLP agreement) is a contract between the members of the LLP, whereas the (PPM) Private Placement Memorandum is used to publicise investment possibilities and attract funds. Although both of the agreements are difficult to […]

Who are the Shareholders in a Company?

A person or organisation that has equity or mutual fund[1] shares in a company is referred to as a shareholder in that company. The rights and responsibilities that come with becoming a shareholder are two separate things. A shareholder has the right to vote on issues affecting the company or fund in which they have […]

What is the Difference in Power of Shareholder and Director of a Company?

In most cases, the operation of a company is carried out with the participation of three primary parties: the shareholders, the board of directors, and the staff. The initial shareholder and director of a company are the only people who can hold the position of promoter for the company when it is first established. The […]

All about the Borrowing Clause in an LLP Agreement

A limited liability partnership (LLP) cannot be established without a borrowing clause unless all financial decisions are assigned to a single managing partner or manager. This is not always possible. Because it gives partners the authority to borrow money on the company’s behalf, the borrowing clause is also referred to as the cash-flow clause. It […]

How to Draft Legal Notice for breach Of Trust?

When someone who has been trusted with a responsibility does not carry it out and instead causes a breach of that duty, that person has violated the trust that was placed in them. Indian law distinguishes between civil and criminal trust breaches. Criminal Trust violation is covered by Section 405 and Civil Trust Breach is […]

What is Form 4 for Limited Liability Partnership?

Every appointment, cessation, and change to a designated partner’s name, address, or designation requires the submission of Form 4. It is very necessary to commit to memory the particulars of the procedure that must be followed in order to submit these papers. There are some circumstances in which the MCA LLP 3 and MCA Form […]

What Are The Grounds For A Director’s Discharge?

The company’s day-to-day activities are overseen by the Board of Directors, which serves in the capacity of administrators for the business. They never stop looking out for what is in the best interest of the firm as a whole as well as the investors. They now have the capacity to run the firm effectively thanks […]

What Are The Requirements For Appointing Executive Director?

Companies often have both executive directors and non-executive directors on their boards. These two categories of directors are the most common. The appointment of “non-executive directors” is often made by businesses on the basis of the candidates’ subject matter knowledge or active occupations, while “executive directors” are typically people who are hired by the company. […]

Analysis of Reduction or Waiver of Income Tax Penalty

The income tax penalty may be reduced or eliminated entirely at the Commissioner’s discretion. Taxpayers are obligated to make tax payments, pay interest on payments made late, and incur penalties if they are unable to fulfil their tax commitments. The following is a list of the categories that may be used to classify the fines […]