CA Final Corporate and Allied Law MCQ

1. According to the Companies Act, 2013, the draft minutes of a Board meeting held through audio visual means shall be circulated among all the directors within Of the meeting:


2. Minimum threshold prescribed for applicability of SARFAESI Act on NBFCs is –


3. Mr. X, a director of the company, intimated of his participation in the meeting scheduled on August, 2018. He declared his participation through electronic mode, in April 2017. State whether Mr. X is entitled to participate in the meeting to be conducted in August 2018 –


4. Under what circumstances the meeting of the creditors may be dispensed by the NCLT?


5. Mr. Raman, is appointed as valuer in April, 2018 in ABC Ltd. He undertook the valuation of the assets of the company in 2018. In case Mr. Raman becomes interested in any property, stock etc of the company, he may be not be eligible to undertake valuation in such property of the company till:


6. Mr. Mahesh returned from abroad, was left unspent with the foreign currency USD 1,000.This amount can be retained with him –


7. Operational creditors are entitled to receive notice of meetings of Committee of creditors if their aggregate dues are not less than …. % of the total debts of the corporate debtor


8. A Ltd, appointed Mr. A & Mr. B as directors of the Company, by passing of single resolution for election of these two. Later on it came in the notice of the Company that there might be some confusion regarding the compliance of the applicable provisions. State the correct statement in the light of the Companies Act, 2013 as to the an appointment and to the validity of acts of said appointed directors ?


9. RAB Bank Limited, a banking company, has defaulted in the payment of dues to their catering contractor. Can the contractor, as an operational creditor initiate insolvency process against the bank-


10. Mr. B, director of XRL Company from 2006. He got his DIN allotted to him on May 6, 2017. By what date he should have intimated his DIN to XRL Company?


11. A director of XYZ, a Pvt. Ltd. takes a loan from its company. Due to some reasons, he fails to repay the debt within the given time period. He request board of directors to give him time for repayment of debt. State which of the below statements is correct with respect to the exercise of the power in the given situation as per the Companies Act, 2013-


12. In compliance to the Companies Act, 2013, at least one woman director shall be on Board of such class or classes of companies as may be prescribed. Ms. Riya is keen to hold the office of woman director in a company. She has selected some companies in which there is a vacancy for the woman director. Advice Ms. Riya in selecting the companies which are mandatorily required to appoint a woman director:


13. The time line of 180 days for the Corporate Insolvency Resolution process commences from the


14. ABC and Co, the tax consultants of X Limited, for which an interim resolution professional – Mr A, has been appointed under the Corporate Insolvency resolution process has refused to furnish information to Mr A on the grounds of client confidentiality. Are they right


15. When can an application be made to Tribunal for constitution of a winding up committee to assist and monitor the progress of liquidation proceedings by the Company Liquidator in carrying out the function?


16. PQR Company give its assent to give guarantee to ABZ Company on the taking of loan from financial institution. According to the Companies Act, 2013, the said act should be approved by the Board of Directors. State the mode of approval adopted by the board of directors of PQR company-


CA Final Corporate and Allied Law MCQ

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CA Final Corporate and Allied Law Study Material

Module 1
Initial Pages
Chapter 1 – Declaration and Payment of Dividend
Chapter 2 – Accounts and Audit
Chapter 3 – Appointment and Qualification of Directors
Chapter 4 – Appointment and Remuneration of Managerial Personnel
Chapter 5 – Meetings of Board and Its Powers
Chapter 6 – Inspection Inquiry and Investigation
Chapter 7 – Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations
Chapter 8 – Prevention of Oppression and Mismanagement
Chapter 9 – Revival and Rehabilitation of Sick Companies
Chapter 10 – Winding Up
Chapter 11 – Producer Companies
Chapter 12 – Companies Incorporated Outside India
Chapter 13 – Offences and Penalties
Chapter 14 – E-Governance
Chapter 15 – National Company Law Tribunal and Appellate Tribunal
Chapter 16 – Special Courts
Chapter 17 – Miscellaneous Provisions
Chapter 18 – Corporate Secretarial Practice-Drafting Of Resolution, Minutes, Notices And Reports
Chapter 19 – Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016
Module 2
Initial Pages
Chapter 20 – The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) Act, 1992
Chapter 21 – The Securities Contracts (Regulation) Act, 1956
Chapter 22 -The Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999
Chapter 23 – The Competition Act, 2002
Chapter 24 – Overview of Banking Regulation Act, 1949, the Insurance Act, 1938, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority Act, 1999, the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002
Chapter 25 – Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002
Chapter 26 – Interpretation of Statutes, Deeds and Documents

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