Caveat Emptor – derived from word ‘caveat’ (i.e. may he beware) + ‘emptor’ (i.e. buyer). It is a Latin term which means ‘‘let the buyer beware’’. According to this rule, the buyer himself should be careful while purchasing the goods and he should himself ascertain those goods suit his purpose.
Today in this fast – moving world, where the world is witnessing rapid globalization and industrialization, a lot of illegally generated money whose source can’t be traced is generated for someone’s ulterior motive. To curb this, which can be detrimental to any country’s economy and development the governments across the globe have introduced Acts and Laws to limit the same.
A similar issue came into light when Delhi Vyapar Mahasangh a group of small and medium business owners filed a complaint against Amazon India and flipkart alleging them to be engaged in anti- competitive practices like preferred selling and deep discounts. These practices damage the retail market of the small businesses.
Like all the other spheres of life today ‘virtual is the new real’ even for the corporates. In this pandemic if something is holding the economies of the world and has been able to avoid the devastations of economic crisis in the form of Inflation i.e., the smooth running of the business eco system. InContinue reading “Virtual board meetings – corporate governance redefined”
This course will focus on providing extensive knowledge to the students about the Company Law along with corporate restructuring and along with SEBI regulations of the M&A.