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Secretarial Practice, 18/e

Secretarial Practice, 18/e

Vikas Publishing
  • 9788125927945
  • 672 pages
  • Paperback
  • 5.5 X 8.5 inches
  • Book 650.00

First published in 1975, Secretarial Practice introduces readers to the vast and complicated subject in a forthright and intelligible manner. The eighteenth edition is up-to-date and incorporates the latest amendments up to the provisions of the Companies (Amendment) Act 2006.

The book explains the laws, practices and procedures relating to Company Secretarial work in detail, with focus on the role of the Company Secretary. It discusses all the important aspects of Company Management and Secretarial Practice, right from the incorporation of a company to its winding up. To impart the necessary practical bias, specimens of Forms of Registers, Notices, Agenda, Resolutions, Minutes of Company Meetings, etc., have been appended to the relevant text. The book has all the essential features of a good textbook: precision, comprehensiveness, clarity and utility.

The book is meant for the students of BA, BCom, and also those preparing for CS, CA, ICWA and competitive examinations. It will also provide professionals and businessmen with ready access to Company Law and Secretarial Practice.

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  • The Company Secretary.
  • The Companies Act and its Administration.
  • The Company: Its Nature and Kinds.
  • Formation and Incorporation of a Company: Law and Procedure.
  • Memorandum of Association.
  • Articles of Association.
  • Prospectus and Listing of Securities.
  • Application and Allotment of Shares and Debentures.
  • Shares and Share Capital.
  • Share Certificate and Share Warrant.
  • Membership and Register of Members
  • Transfer and Transmission of Shares and Debentures.
  • Calls and Forfeiture of Shares.
  • Company Management and Administration.
  • Board Meetings and Resolutions.
  • General Meetings: Types.
  • General Meetings: Law, Practice and Procedure.
  • General Meetings: Resolutions and Minutes.
  • Borrowing Powers and Methods.
  • Dividend and Interest.
  • Accounts, Statutory Books and Audit.
  • Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement.
  • Compromise, Arrangement, Reconstruction and Amalgamation.
  • Winding Up.
  • Producer Companies.
  • Appendices.
  • Index