According to sources, these include rules for specifications and definitions, incorporation of companies, prospectus and allotment of securities, shares and debentures and registration of charges etc.

Most provisions of the new company law will apparently come into effect from April 1.

On Wednesday, the Ministry had notified more than 180 sections of the new Companies Act. All the schedules of the new law have already been notified.

According to sources, notifications related to National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA), Investor and Education Protection Fund, sick companies, special courts and National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), among others, would come later.

The Companies Bill 2013 had received approval from the Parliament in August.

MCA regulates corporate affairs in India through the Companies Act, 1956, 2013, and other allied Acts, Bills and Rules. MCA also protects investors and offers many important services to stakeholders.


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