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11 June 2020 at 23:03

Finance by national housing banks

Whether NHB provides funds for lending to Housing finance companies? We are aware that they are providing refinancing facilities, but whether they are providing direct financing as well?




Anonymous

I hold decree debt against an unlisted PLC,but company has stayed the execution for the last 5 years. Meanwhile promoters have abandoned the company, siphoned off almost all its assets, and floated new companies to carry on the old business ! Old company is still Active in MCA records.

Understandably this is Fraud by company promoters under Indian company Law,called 'Phoenixing' !

How do I make the errant Directors too liable ,apart from the company, as and when we file the EP against the PLC ?

Do I file a seperate EOW case for this prayer or will the EP court itself will hear this prayer ?




Anonymous
06 June 2020 at 19:31

Nidhi company

Hello Everyone

Can a poor lady who doesn't have bank account or PAN Card, can become the member of Nidhi company by taking 10 shares in cash.

Thanks



Kindly suggest what should be the name of the agreement. Case is as below.


Case:

The promoters of a Company approach a investor to invest in equity of der unlisted public company.

The promoters guaranteed certain fixed IRR on that investment on der company and return of that investment at a fixed price..

Now this investor wish to pen all the things into an agreement.

Then what should be the name of that agreement. And can the investor make the company a party to that agreement which is legally enforceable.



As per companies Act 2013 section (2) subsection (77):
(77) ‘‘relative’’, with reference to any person, means any one who is related to
another, if—
(i) they are members of a Hindu Undivided Family;
(ii) they are husband and wife; or
(iii) one person is related to the other in such manner as may be prescribed;

Mr. R had three sons, named Ka, Mo, Mu. Mr. R as well as his sons Ka, Mu are no more.
Huf of R never used in any type of activity whether business or income tax purpose.
Son of Ka has significant influence in the company.
Wife of Son of Ka is director of the company.
Grandsons of Ka are also directors in the company.
1.Whether grandson of Mu is relative of grandson/daughter in of Ka as per section 2(77) of companies Act 2013 ?
2.Whether wife of Mu is relative of grandson/daughter in law of Ka as per section 2(77) of companies Act 2013 ?
3.Whether the Huf of son of Mu (where all members of Huf is shareholder of the company) is relative of son of Ka or wife of son of Ka or grandson of Ka as per section 2(77) of companies Act 2013 or in any other act ?



03 June 2020 at 19:28

Housing finance company

1-Is there any minimum/maximum rate of interest at which NBFC/housing finance has to give housing loans to the public?
2-What is the cost of funds for new NBFC/housing finance companies at the initial stage?
3- What are the ways with which NBFC/housing finance companies can bring down it cost of funding over a period of time?

Can anyone help with these questions, it will be of great help



01 June 2020 at 21:47

Ltv ratio

RBI has set a maximum LTV ratio for housing finance for scheduled commercial banks. Whether it will be applicable to NBFC's as well?




Anonymous
01 June 2020 at 14:09

Share purchase by employee

Employee are willing to purchase less than 10 shares every month of their own organisation as long term investor and not for trading. Also, ready to give declaration of the purchased quantity. But, the company management is prohibiting for purchasing the shares of the company, directly or indirectly.



Dear Sir/Madam

Ref to my subject, I am doing service providing work for Insurance Companies. And one of my reputed client hold my payment, on behalf of an audio recording, submitted by the Claimant (single case). And send us a notice for not paid payment " due to bribe allegation". They hold our 100 cases payment, The said audio recording are not belongs to our worker. And we explain the company, but they not lesion to our clarification, and take one side decision, and declined to pay our payment. We once sent them a notice through advocate, but they not replied. So need the guidance. My client is Pune (Maharasthra).

with regards
Deepa Sharma



This question dates back to the year 2015.

A PVT ltd company has 3 directors of which 2 are staying outside of India (non resident) at one place and 1 is staying in India. It has also appointed a full time Company Secretary.

On 25th September 2015, Company realised that Financials are to be signed and none of the non-resident directors could travel to India and vice-versa.

So, what various options are available to comply with the provisions of section 134 related to signing of Financial Statements by the Company? Also plz give a very practical view i.e. where back dated paper work can also be prepared on this 25th September 2015.








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