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We are a small startup company in Mumbai. Our previous landlord is not returning part of the remaining deposit (approx 75,000). It's been more than a year. What are our options?

The first step is to send a written request for the refund. If the landlord does not respond or respond negatively, you can send a legal notice to the landlord through your lawyer. The landlord may or may not respond to the legal notice. If the landlord chooses to ignore your legal notice you can file a civil lawsuit against your landlord. The case wi...


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What is the process for conversion of a company to a dormant company and what are the charges involved?

Whenever a company is not doing a business for a time being it is better to put the company in a dormant stage because of the following reasons.

1. Few statutory compliances like Statutory Audit of the company can be avoided. Also, all the forms for Annual returns need not be filed with MCA. Instead, dormant companies need to file a form ...


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I am a sole proprietor .My question is whether there is any other schemes like start-up India Which is beneficial to me?

Startup India is a program which supports those enterprises which help in employment creation or wealth creation or both. Sole Proprietorship firms and One Person Companies (OPC) are not eligible to take benefits from this program.

However, there are different schemes to promote entrepreneurship like Prime Ministers Employment Generation Progr...


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We are a small real estate company, one of our vendors entered into a contractual relationship with us 2 years back. As per the contract, the vendor would be paid only for the discussed amounts of materials during certain frequency. Recently the vendor has not been delivery the material. How do we proceed? Isn't this breaching?

As per Sec. 134 of the Indian Contract 1872, the surety is discharged by any act or omission of the creditor the legal consequence of which is the discharge of the principal debtor. Therefore, in the present case omission on the part of the vendor to supply necessary material to be used in the construction of the house discharges the principal debtor....


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We are a small startup company in Mumbai. Our previous landlord is not returning part of the remaining deposit (approx 75,000). It's been more than a year. What are our options?

The first step is to send a written request for the refund. If the landlord does not respond or respond negatively, you can send a legal notice to the landlord through your lawyer. The landlord may or may not respond to the legal notice. If the landlord chooses to ignore your legal notice you can file a civil lawsuit against your landlord. The case wi...


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What is the process for conversion of a company to a dormant company and what are the charges involved?

Whenever a company is not doing a business for a time being it is better to put the company in a dormant stage because of the following reasons.

1. Few statutory compliances like Statutory Audit of the company can be avoided. Also, all the forms for Annual returns need not be filed with MCA. Instead, dormant companies need to file a form ...


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We are a small real estate company, one of our vendors entered into a contractual relationship with us 2 years back. As per the contract, the vendor would be paid only for the discussed amounts of materials during certain frequency. Recently the vendor has not been delivery the material. How do we proceed? Isn't this breaching?

As per Sec. 134 of the Indian Contract 1872, the surety is discharged by any act or omission of the creditor the legal consequence of which is the discharge of the principal debtor. Therefore, in the present case omission on the part of the vendor to supply necessary material to be used in the construction of the house discharges the principal debtor....


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