substantive portion of the related law in the Companies Act, as compared to the the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (the MCA) till date for. out of total sections of the Act. The MCA has also of the Act in certain specific areas; to help listed companies better MCA website: http:// link-marketing.info, assessed 5 May The Companies Act is an Act of the Parliament of India on Indian company law which "Commencement Notification Of Companies Act " (PDF). :// link-marketing.info .
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Archived from the original on 27 March Archived from the original on 13 February Rajesh Sharma. Sir You have hit the nail on its head.
MCA has been blatantly misusing its powers since long. I have a fear that NCLT would also do the same. Because NCLT has some executive powers also.
It will refrain itself from taking a judicial review and confronting the MCA or sitting on judgement on its own actions. What is required is a Law Review and Reform Commission which should be able to review the vires of any delegated legislation sue-moto or an application by a citizen. It should also review the relevance of a Law after certain years of its existence. Please note: Comments are moderated. Only civilised conversation is permitted on this blog.
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Search interesting materials. So deeply entrenched is judicial review in the modern legal system, that at times, the most learned among us tend to take it for granted, overlooking the sheer time and effort it took to reach here. Starting from the fields of Runnymede in , we have come a long way in understanding the importance of judicial review as a fundamental pillar of a liberal democracy.
India has moved substantially in the direction of creating regulators.
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