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The Interpretation of Laws and General Clauses Act, 1974
Residents will soon have to evacuate the dangerous buildings: Housing Ministry
It has been quite a long -long way- ‘miles’ - traversed from the old days of chawls to the modern days of flats and apartments. Both have inherently immense problems with complexities galore. They are all attributable to the inevitable cavernous gap between any two individual's independent mindsets, more often than not centred or rooted firmly in that obnoxious self-centered self-motivated human behaviour- verging on 'inhuman'. That is a nature-given or created predicament, hence no way to bring about any reconciliation or meeting point between the two conflicting self-interests.
Conflicts between Shareholders Agreements and Articles of a Company
<> Instantly, not one but many debatable points arise, such as the following:
1. Under the company law, one of the aspects being touched upon herein, namely, 'transferability',- to be precise any restriction on "free- transferability", of shares, has a legal implication or significance of its own. In that, if there be any such restriction in the articles, then, going by one's impression(open to correction), the complexion/classification of the company itself will be different. Reference is to the definition in law of the terms "public company" and "private company".
2. Do not the views need to be specially considered /reviewed depending upon say, in a case where the noted mutual conflict is with reference to any later amendment of the original articles but the SHA is one entered into before such amendment.
Incidentally, it calls for a special noting, any such conflict between the SHA and Articles is basically of a ‘contractual’ type. And, is prima facie distinct from any conflict or non-compatibility often giving rise to disputes , being between two statutes - say, the decades-old Transfer of property Act and a statute coming into force at a later point in time e.g. the state special enactment on "Apartments" (being a property clearly distinct from a wholly owned independent house property solely governed by the TP Act).
Bom HC on ROCS > arbitrator for dispute resolutin
Confronted with overwhelming levels of corruption, who can blame Indians for losing faith in religion, sorry, cricket? »