Corporate and Commercial

Safeguarding Investments: Navigating Restriction on the Transfer of Promoters Shares

Navigating Restriction on the Transfer of Promoters Shares

Safeguarding Investments: Navigating Restriction on the Transfer of Promoters Shares In the dynamic landscape of investments and corporate governance, the ownership of shares by a company’s promoters holds significant sway over business trajectories. Investors keen on ensuring stability and long-term growth must carefully navigate the intricacies of promoter stability and share transferability concerns. Unrestricted transferability …

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clarification on exclusive jurisdiction and venue of arbitration clauses in a contract delhi high court

Clarification on ‘Exclusive Jurisdiction’ and ‘Venue of Arbitration’ Clauses in a Contract

Delhi High Court Clarifies The Implication Of ‘exclusive Jurisdiction’ And ‘venue Of Arbitration’ Clauses In A Contract The Delhi High Court (“Delhi HC/Court”) in Reliance Infrastructure Limited v/s Madhyanchal Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited 1 (the “Judgement”) clarified that a standard exclusive jurisdiction clause in a contract does not stand as a contrary indica which prevents …

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unraveling the flipping phenomenon among indian startups

Unraveling The ‘flipping’ Phenomenon Among Indian Startups

Introduction  In the evolving landscape of Indian entrepreneurship, the phenomenon of Indian startups ‘flipping’ into foreign jurisdictions has emerged as a strategic maneuver, capturing the attention of founders, investors and industry observers. This trend, marked by the relocation of startup headquarters to international destinations such as US and Singapore, brings forth a myriad of implications …

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Force Majeure Vs. Doctrine Of Frustration

Force Majeure vs. Doctrine of Frustration: An Analysis

Force majeure and the doctrine of frustration are both legal concepts that relate to situations where contractual obligations cannot be fulfilled due to unforeseeable events beyond the control of the parties. Wherein, force majeure is a contractual provision that allows parties to suspend or terminate their obligations under the contract if events such as natural …

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