Company Law

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Company Law

In India the Companies Act of 1956, administers the formation of the companies, which includes both public and private entities. A company is formed by registering the memorandum and articles of association with the State Registrar of the State where the main office of the company is located. Foreign companies who wish to operate in India, are granted permission by the Reserve Bank of India to operate branch offices in our country.

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