The Indian corporate legal framework is governed by the Companies Act, 2013, which regulates the incorporation, functioning, and dissolution of companies. Key aspects include mandatory corporate governance practices, stringent compliance and reporting requirements, and provisions for mergers, acquisitions, and corporate restructuring. The Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) and regulatory bodies like SEBI oversee the administration and enforcement of corporate laws. Corporate lawyers in India advise clients on a wide range of matters, including transactions, contracts, compliance, and regulatory affairs. The demand for skilled corporate legal professionals has grown significantly as India's economy and business environment continue to evolve.

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  • The case is regarding the unlawful possession of the property of Mr. X.  Mr. X  had taken a loan from bank for his education for which he has paid all the instalments with the interest imposed on it by the bank. The bank, due to some error had appointed him as a Non-Performing Asset and therefore arbitrarily took the symbolic possession of the property.

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