Legal documents come in all shapes and sizes, but most conform to a few industry standards. The size of legal documents has evolved over time along with printing and paper production technologies. Today, while digital documents are becoming more prevalent, legal professionals still rely heavily on physical document formats for contracts, litigation, and record keeping.
Starting a company is an exciting endeavor, but there may come a time when closing it down is the best path forward. Voluntarily striking off a company from the registrar of companies can be done when the business is defunct or no longer operational. However, this process requires submitting certain draft documents to prove the company’s eligibility for removal. Neglecting this crucial paperwork can lead to complications and failure of the strike off application.
Limited Liability Partnerships (LLPs) have become an increasingly popular business structure in India over the past decade. Compared to traditional partnerships and proprietorships, LLPs offer the benefits of limited liability while also providing operational flexibility to partners. However, the process of actually incorporating an LLP can seem daunting, especially when it comes to drafting and … Read more
The process of raising additional capital through the issuance of new shares to existing shareholders is known as a rights issue or right offer. It allows the company to raise funds without diluting the ownership of existing shareholders, as they are given the ‘right’ to purchase the newly issued shares in proportion to their current … Read more
Sending a legal notice is often the first formal step taken in the legal recovery of an outstanding payment or monetary dues from an individual or organization. Drafting an effective legal notice sets the right tone for amicable settlement and resolution without having to pursue lengthy litigation. This comprehensive guide will outline the key steps … Read more