Practice Areas

CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL LAW

CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL DISPUTES

The Companies Act regulates the corporate sector with a key provision as to duties and liabilities of Directors/Independent Directors, Auditor rotation establishment of serious fraud investigation office (SFIO), Constitution of Financial Reporting Authority (NFRI), Class action suit, Corporation Social Responsibility (CSR) etc.

AequitasJuris Law Firm have well Experienced Corporate Lawyers, India who are Specialized in Corporate and Commercial Laws. The Corporate team employed at our end consists of experienced lawyers and advisers who collaborate their broad knowledge of Corporate Laws with various key sub-disciplines to provide better services. We Deal with every Issues and Disputes regarding the Corporate and Commercial Problems, and also we are into Disputes relates to internal management and all other incidental matters and litigation's related to the Companies registered under the companies Act & ETC. We offer effective services to our clients by combining broad knowledge of corporate law matters with experience. We solve all the Corporate Disputes and Commercial Issues all over the India.Our Law Firm consists of the top Most Senior and Specialized Corporate Lawyers.

CONTACT AEQUITASJURIS LAW FIRM FOR LEGAL ASSISTNACE FROM AN EXPERT LAWER IN THE SUBJECT, WHO ALSO ASSIST IN FILING AND DEFENDING CASES BEFORE THE TRIBUNALS, HIGH COURT AND SUPREME COURT OF INDIA, FOR ANY OF THE FOLLOWING MATTERS:
  • Company Registration
  • Merger and amalgamation of companies
  • Merger and amalgamation of company with foreign company
  • Petition for Winding up of registered and unregistered company
  • Winding up of company
  • Disputes relates to internal management

And all other incidental matters, disputes, and litigations related to the Companies registered under the companies Act.


LIMITED LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP (LLP)

Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) is a partnership in which some or all partners have limited liabilities In an LLP, one partner is not responsible or liable for another partner's misconduct or negligence. This is an important difference from the traditional unlimited partnership under the Partnership Act

The partner or investor's liability is limited to the amount he/she has invested in the company. This setup typically prevents each partner from being held accountable for the wrong doings of another partner. Although an LLP can be used in many fields, it is most commonly used in law or accounting firms. The laws relating to an LLP differ significantly between countries.

CONTACT US TODAY IF YOU NEED ANY LEGAL ASSISTANCE WITH ANY REGARD TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING MATTERS:

LLP disputes

All other incidental matters, disputes, and litigations related to the Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)


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