Thursday, September 13, 2012

IICA’s Legal Compliance Manual


I just came across a Legal Compliance Manual put together by the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA). It contains a list of compliances required to be carried out on the part of businesses that arise under various central and state legislation. Areas addressed include corporate law, environmental law, labour law, tax law and other general laws.
It is indeed a useful tool for practitioners and businesses given the plethora of legal compliance required on their part while operating in India.

1 comment:

vswaminathan said...

<> At best, one more step, in the right direction. Albeit, on the first blush, can, in one's perception and perspective, be regarded just a ‘BABY’ (?) STEP (!).
Nonetheless, what must be disturbing anyone's righteous conscience, is THIS: Whether having regard to the 'age' of the 'baby' (no longer, by any measure or yardstick, qualifying to be so called), SHOULD NOT THE STEPS CALLED FOR AND HENCE OUGHT TO BE TAKEN MUST NOT BE JUST BABY STEPS; INSTEAD, SHOULD BE STRIDES, befitting ONE (something) who (which) has come of age, in its sublime sense.
The subject matter is ‘LEGAL COMPLIANCE’. A couple of published write-ups are of relevance; earnestly expected to provide useful clues, hence be worth giving a read (so as to purposefully accede to the invitation so kindly extended by IICA ):
OUR LEGAL SYSTEM –What is wrong ? - (2005) 2 MLJ pg 1
IGNORANCE OF LAW - IS NO EXCUSE, OR IS IT BLISS ? @HTTP://WWW.OURKARNATAKA.COM/ARTICLES/LAW/IGNLAW09.HTM

AS IS THE CONVENTION, DESPITE PROVING AN IRRITANT, ONE FINDS A‘DISCLAIMER.FOR A LIKE REACTION AGAINST THIS UNHOLY CONVENTION,RECOMMEND TO SEE THE COMMENT @Bank pulled up for ‘deficient documentation’ ; and ELSEWHERE AS WELL,