Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera

Japsanjam Kaur Wadhera is an Advocate and has completed her BA.LLB (Hons) and has experience of writing various research papers during her college time. Earlier she was working as an Associate Advocate in a reputed Law Firm. She has an extreme interest in writing legal content and her core area falls under legal enactments, tax and finance.

What are the Matters which are Copyrightable?

Copyright is an exclusive right that is provided to the creator or author of the original work for a fixed number of years. The copyright law is governed by the India Copyright Act, 1957 and provides protection of literary, artistic, dramatic, sound recording etc., work. Even though it is not mandatory to register for copyright […]

Easy Steps to Start a Finance Company

The Finance company provides loans or credits to the commercial customers and individuals for various reasons depending upon their needs. The commercial customers may include small businesses, retail stores or large firms. To start a finance company not only a thorough understanding of target customers needs and comprehensive product line is required but also along […]

Challenges & Opportunities for the Future of NBFC in India

The Non- Banking Financial Companies (NBFC) performs the function of delivering credit to the local borrowers, unorganized sectors and corporate sector, performing like a banking sector but is different from banks. The purpose of NBFCs is to provide loans and advances and financial services to the public, becoming an integral part of the economy. NBFC […]

Micro Finance Company Registration: Advantages and Disadvantages

Micro Finance Companies are the financial institutions that provide loans and advances to the low- income group of people where the financial requirement is less as compared to the other sectors of the society. Such class of group generally do not have the access to the traditional financial institutions such as banks. The Micro Finance […]

Step by Step Procedure for Micro Finance Company Registration

Micro Finance Company is a company that provides financial services like credit, loans, savings and insurance to small business entrepreneurs and small enterprises. It provides small financial support to the low income groups in the rural and semi- urban areas, that is, it is eligible to provide loans up to Rs. 50000 in rural areas […]

Differences between Microfinance Companies and NBFCs

The term NBFC refers to Non- Banking Financial Company that is registered under the Companies Act, 2013 and is regulated by the Reserve Bank of India. On the other hand, MFI is the term used for Micro Finance Company which is at a smaller level in comparison to the NBFC. In India, NBFCs and MFIs […]

What are the Legal Actions Taken Against Copyright Infringement?

Intellectual Property Right is a legal right that is granted to the owner for a specific period of time so as to protect its original work from unauthorized use by others. Copyright is one of the intellectual property rights which are provided to the creator or author of the original work that gives an exclusive […]

SEBI Guidelines for Issue of Debentures in India

Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is a regulatory body which performs the function of regulating and monitoring the Indian capital and securities which ensuring to protect the interests of the investors by formulating the guidelines and regulations to be followed. SEBI has provided various rules and guidelines for issue of debentures. Therefore, this […]

How to Start an Oil Mill Business in India? Startup Business Ideas

Oil is used extensively in day to day life of the people due to which there is an increasing demand for different types of oils. Presently, the business of extracting oil from the seeds is becoming popular in the country. India has a unique natural condition for growing various oil crops, including mustard, soybean, cotton, […]

Types of Trademarks in India: A Complete Guide

A trademark is a mark that is capable of distinguishing the goods and services of one from that of the other and may include the goods, combination of colors, packaging, logo, work, design etc. a trademark is capable of being represented graphically. The trademark registration under the Trademark Act, 1999 provides protection of trademark and […]

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