Principles of Natural Justice to be followed before branding a company a Shell Company, Gauhati HCApril 19 2019
Recently, the Gauhati High Court, in Assam Co. India Ltd. v Union of India (2019) 213 Comp Cas 420 (Gauhati), held that the term “shell company” is not defined in any statute, and as such, an order branding any company as a shell company, without serving notice or hearing, violates principles of natural justice.
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In the instant case, the petitioner was in the business of cultivation and manufacture of . . .
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