The Ministry of Corporate Affairs on Monday allowed businesses to make a fresh beginning as fully compliant entities by making good any defaults related to statutory filings, irrespective of the duration of the default.
Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced a slew of measures for extension of statutory and regulatory compliances in view of the coronavirus pandemic spreading its wings and impacting the economy.
The High Court of Karnataka has made temporary arrangements for virtual courts to enable advocates and the party-in-person litigants to appear before the court through digital mode for arguing their cases of extreme urgency.
The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) plans to soon come up with a simple web-based form for companies and limited liability partnerships (LLPs) to confirm their readiness to deal with the Covid-19 threat.
Real estate developers reeling under liquidity crisis and the financial impact of coronavirus outbreak seek to make COVID-19 a part of the force majeure provision under Section 6 of RERA and extend registration granted to promoters by a year.
Expressing concern over likely misuse of a provision that allows the passport authority to impound and revoke the passport of the erring NRI spouse on the failure of registration within 30 days of marriage.
Punjab and Haryana High Court in a recent order has clarified that grace marks cannot be demanded as a matter of right. High Court stated that students should put in their best efforts during examinations.