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bombay hc order against new mca rules

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Bombay high court in scheme of amalgamation between Wadala Commodities Limited with Godrej Industries Limited has passed a judgment on postal ballot and e-voting. Court has observed that postal ballot and e-voting is an additional facility and cannot have the effect of dispensing the general meeting at all. Further, the court stated that gazetted copy of many MCA rules are not available... hence in the opinion of the court they are not binding so far or at least from 1st April 2014...

The order says: "..till such time as these rules are gazette, or there is some provision made for the dispensation of official gazette notification, none of the rules in the Ministry of Corporate Affairs PDF document that are not yet gazette can be said to be in force."




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