Astitva Kumar

About Astitva Kumar

Astitva Kumar is an advocate by profession and has completed her BBA. LLB from IP University. She is an avid reader, researcher, and legal writer. Her areas of interest include mediation, conflict resolution, finance, cyber laws, and taxation.

Understanding the Importance of FSSAI Registration for Food Industry

The FSSAI is the agency in charge of registering the licences of each and every food business operator (FBO) in India, regulating quality checks of food products, limiting food adulteration, and prohibiting the sale of subpar goods. It establishes the guidelines for doing food business in India and makes sure that the general public’s health […]

Guide to Understanding the Difference Between a Will and a Trust

A will and a trust are two distinct legal agreements used to control the disposition of assets upon death. Despite the fact that both documents have the same goal, there are some key differences between them.  A will is a legal document that specifies how a person’s property, possessions, and personal assets will be dispersed to […]

Rights and Duties of a Partner in a Partnership Firm – An Overview

It is crucial to first understand the concept of a partnership in order to understand the obligations and privileges of a partner. The term ‘partnership’ has been elaborated under Section 4 of the Indian Partnership Act of 1932. The act states that- “A partnership is a relationship between the persons who have agreed to share the profits and […]

How to Differentiate Between LLP and LLC? – An Overview

It is essential to choose the proper business structure to protect your new business from all those unforeseen legal and tax compliances. You must have come across the terms like LLP and LLC while incorporating your business. These two business forms are generally considered identical, but there are some significant variations between them. Most of […]

FAQs on Section 8 Companies – An Overview

Section 8 Companies are not-for-profit organisations registered under the Companies Act, 2013. These Companies do not operate with a main business motive & hence are different from the other class of Companies. The Companies Act, 2013 made provisions for a good variety of Companies such as Private Limited Company, Public Limited Company, Foreign Company, etc. […]

FAQs on Removal of a Director

The Company’s Directors are responsible for managing & looking after day-to-day affairs of the Company. The shareholders are the Company’s owners & they appoint the Directors to act as their representatives. The Companies Act, 2013 has bifurcated the rights & responsibilities of the shareholders & Directors. As per Provisions of the Section 169 of the […]

What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of OPC In India?

According to the Companies Act 2013, the novel concept of One Person Company (OPC) has emerged in response to the ever-changing business landscape. It is a cross between a sole proprietorship and a corporation. Although the concept of entrepreneurship is new in India, it would take time for people to accept it. There is a […]

What is Public Interest Litigation (PIL) and How Do We File It?

Public Interest Litigation is a new jurisprudence developed by the Supreme Court through judicial activism. It protects the rights and interests of the less fortunate and weaker members of society who are subjected to oppression on any level, whether it is social, economic, or otherwise, and who are unable to go before the court on […]

What is the Purpose of Public Limited Companies?

A company is defined under Section 2(20) of the Company Act of 2013, as “A company formed in accordance with this Act or any previous act.” Under the Act, there are several forms of the company, but one should select their business model based on the particular nature, appropriate laws and regulations, etc. As per […]

What Are The Provisions Of The Partnership Deed?

If you are co-owning a business with one or more people, then you have not formed the business as a private limited or corporative society or any other business form; your business is a partnership. In partnership, two or more people come together to do business, divide their responsibilities and share the profit and losses […]

What is a Registered Design in India? – An Overview

In our everyday life, we all come across various designs which help us recognise a product, and these designs are not limited to a particular subject matter. These designs are used in many areas and in different forms, such as drawings or creating blue prints of an industrial setup or interior designing. In the last […]

BIS ISI Certification for Hot Rolled Steel Sheets

The World Steel Association lists about 3,500 different classes of steel, each with its own special characteristics. Steel is available in various grades, specifications, forms, and finishes. Steel can be utilised in a wide range of applications, including construction, appliances, transportation, wind turbines, and many more due to its many varieties. Hot rolled steel is […]

Copyright Registration for Music Notation- An Overview

IP or the intellectual property is referred to the product of human intellect, for, e.g. technical, literary, artistic, or scientific work. When the legal rights are granted to the creators of these works, they are known as the intellectual property rights, often called as IPR. These rights grants the creator an ownership and the exclusive […]

What is the Structure of Nidhi Company in India?

Nidhi means funds. One of the sub-categories of the Indian non-banking finance sector is the Nidhi Company. It is recognised under Section 406 of the Companies Act of 2013. The term ‘Nidhi’ has been defined under Rule 3 (da) of the Nidhi Rules of 2014, which means a company has to be incorporated with the […]