Useful for foreign citizens and companies as well as for NRIs wanting to set up a business in India either
on their own or in collaboration with some Indian person. Completely revised
incorporating changes introduced in FDI Policy and Company Law.
Indian entrepreneurs are looking at the whole world as their market. Their global aspirations need to be matched up by suitable business structures.
This Guide discusses a Sample Global Structure suitable for servicing world markets.
It discusses setting up holding companies in Switzerland, Liechtenstein and Singapore. It also gives
essential details about setting up operating companies in Luxembourg, Ireland, USA and Hong Kong.
This presentation is intended to help Indian entrepreneurs owning and managing companies
in foreign countries. Under POEM rules of Indian Income Tax foreign companies are liable to tax in India if their place of
effective management is in India. This Guide is intended to help Indian entrepreneurs deal with POEM Rules.
This mini-book throws light on the options available to foreign companies
when entering into joint ventures in India. It examines the various options
with reference to different needs of foreign companies. It also gives in brief
the sector-wise restrictions imposed by Government of India in relation to foreign
direct investment. It has a special section about formation of joint ventures
for participating in government tenders. The Sixth Edition takes into account the changes introduced by FDI Policy
dated 28 August 2017 and all Press Notes issued till April 2019.
This Guide is useful for companies planning to develop international relationships. It gives an
overview of arbitration clause that is an essential part of all international commercial agreements.
It also gives an estimate of the costs involved under various options of international arbitration.
The last chapter is about pre-arbitration clause which can help one avoid arbitration and
associated legal costs.
This comprehensive Guide is useful for foreign companies who have invested either in an Indian company or in an Indian venture and are
facing trouble due to some action by either Government of India or by any state government or by any other government body.
The Guide includes Frequently Asked Questions, Selected Sample Cases and details of key persons involved in international
This comprehensive Guide is useful for Indians (including Non-Resident Indians) who have invested
either in a foreign company or in a foreign venture and are facing trouble due to some action by either
Government of that country or by any provincial government or by any other government body.The Guide
includes Frequently Asked Questions, Selected Sample Cases and details of key persons involved in
international investment arbitration.
Bouncing of a cheque invites criminal prosecution under section 138 of The Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 in India.
This Guide is meant to help entrepreneurs and small businesses cope with the problems that they often face when a cheque bounces.
It gives the legal provisions in common man's language.
This FAQ is intended to help foreign companies or residents to delegate authorities and powers to Indian individuals.
It will help foreigners understand the options available as well as the risks and liabilities involved.
This presentation gives a quick view of the most interesting aspects and procedures of law relating to companies from
the perspective of a foreign resident. It also gives a brief idea of the visa that a foreign businessman may avail for doing business in India.
This Guide is intended to help every Hindu whether living in India or outside India to
prepare a Will. While the primary focus is on Indian law, it also takes into account
essentials of international private law. Written in simple language free of legalese, it
gives an overview of Wills for an educated Hindu without any legal knowledge.
First generation migrants from India marry in India but find it convenient to get divorced
in the foreign land where they are settled. This article examines the validity of such a divorce in the eyes of Indian law. A Postscript
gives a brief note about Custody of Children caught up in such family disputes that run across borders.
Litigation in India is a time-consuming and expensive process. Yet, lawyers in India
rarely advise their clients about avoiding courts and judicial processes. Litigation Avoidance is a comprehensive process that
begins even before a business relationship starts. This Guide is for Entrepreneurs, Business Persons, Directors and Chief Executive Officers.
Indian constitution has clear division of taxation powers between the Union and the states. Despite the clear provisions,
the states and municipal authorities often overstep their authorities. Examining constitutionality of tax laws and regulations
is a challenge. This presentation gives extracts of relevant articles of the Constitution and also discusses a Supreme Court
judgment about luxury tax on tobacco.