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Any such order shall have effect notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any other provision of this Act or in the memorandum or articles of the company, or in any agreement with, or any resolution passed in general meeting by, or by the Board of directors or, the company.

The Company Law Board shall have power when any such complaint is received by it, to make an interim order to the effect set out above, before making or completing the inquiry aforesaid.

Nothing contained above shall apply to a private company, unless it is a subsidiary of a public company

Where a complaint is made to the Company Law Board by the managing director or any other director or the manager of a company that, as a result of a change which has taken place or is likely to take place in ownership or any shares held in the company, a change in the Board of directors is likely to take place which (if allowed) would affect prejudicially the affairs of the company, the Company Law Board may, if satisfied, after such inquiry as it thinks fit to make that it is just and proper to do so, by order direct that no resolution passed or that may be passed or no action taken or may be taken to effect a change in the Board of directors after the date of the complaint shall have effect unless confirmed by the Company Law Board. 

Where an order terminates, sets aside or modifies an agreement :-

The Central Government may appoint such number of persons as the Company Law Board may, by order in writing, specify as being necessary to effectively safeguard the interests of the Company or its shareholders or public interests, to act as directors thereof for such period not exceeding 3 years on any one occasion as it deems fit if the Company Law Board :- 

Where an order makes any alteration in the memorandum or articles of a company, then, notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, the company shall not have power, except to the extent, if any permitted in the order, to make without the leave of the Company Law Board, any alteration whatsoever which is inconsistent with the order, either in the memorandum or in the articles. 

Pending the making by it of a final order, the Company Law Board may, on the application of any party to the proceedings, make any interim order which it thinks fit for regulating the conduct of the company’s affairs, upon such terms and conditions as appear to it to be just and equitable.

Without prejudice to the generality of the powers of the Company Law Board, any under either section may provide for :-

The Central Government may itself apply to the Company law Board for an order, or cause an application to be made to the Company Law Board for such an order by any person authorised be it in this behalf. 

The Company Law Board must give notice of every application made to it as above to the Central government, and shall take into consideration the representations, if any, made to it by that Government before passing a final order. 

The following members of a company shall have the right to apply as above:-

Any members of a company who complain :-

1. Any members of a company who complain that the affairs of the company are being conducted in a manner prejudical to public interest or in a manner oppressive to any member or members may apply to the Company Law Board for an order for relief, provided such members have a right so to apply as given below. 

2. A limited company may, if so authorised by its articles, by special resolution, alter its memorandum so as to render unlimited the liability of its directors or of any director or of its manager. 

3. In a limited company, the liability of the directors or of any director or of the manager may ie generally limited to the amount of investment in shares of that company. However, if so provided by the memorandum, it may become unlimited. 

4. No director of a company shall, in connection with the transfer to any persons of all or any of the shares in a company, being a transfer resulting from- 

5. No director of a company shall, in connection with the transfer of the whole or any part of any undertaking of property of the company, receive any payment, by way of compensation for loss of office, or as consideration for retirement from office, or in connection with such loss or retirement 

6. Payment may be made by a company, except in the cases specified below and subject to the limit specified, to a managing director or a director holding the office of manager or in the whole time employment of the company, by way of compensation for loss of office, or as consideration for retirement from office, or in connection with such loss or retirement. 

Except with the previous consent of the company accorded by a special resolution :-

In the case of a public company, or a private company, which is a subsidiary of a public company, if the terms of any re-appointment or appointment of a managing or whole-time director, purport to increase or have the effect of increasing, whether directly or indirectly, the remuneration which the managing or whole-time director or the previous managing or whole-time director, as the case may be, was receiving immediately before such appointment, the or appointment shall not have any effect unless :- 

In the case of a public company, or a private company which is a subsidiary of a public company, any provision relating to the remuneration of any director or any amendment thereof, which purports to increase or has the effect of increasing, whether directly or indirectly, the amount of remuneration shall not have any effect unless :


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