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Expert group set up to review Cos Act

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New Delhi , July 20

AN expert group has been set up to examine the rationalisation of penalties and the provisions for compounding in the Companies Act, 1956, and to suggest penalties corresponding to the gravity of offences. The Minister of Company Affairs (MCA), Mr Prem Chand Gupta, gave the information to the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday. The Minister said the final report of the group is yet to be received by the Government.

Revamping Companies Act

The Government is preparing a concept paper for a comprehensive overhaul of the Companies Act, 1956 to upgrade it , delete obsolete provisions and to make it easy to interpret. Mr Gupta said that the concept paper would be widely disseminated soliciting opinions of various stakeholders, professionals and investors. At this stage, however, it may not be possible to commit a firm timeframe for the introduction of legislation based on the exercise proposed, he added.

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