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Business Law - Paul Legal Associates

Business Law

Commercial law or business law is the body of law which governs business and commerce and is often considered to be a branch of civil law and deals both with issues of private law and public law.

Our Services

Corporate matters include banking institutions, financial institutions and large employment staffing companies, and many family owned businesses. We handle a full range of corporate legal matters for our business clients, including formation, licensing, shareholder agreements, and employment agreements.

A business contract is a legal agreement between you and another party, and may be used in situations where services are rendered for a fee or specific duties are required to be performed. To be legally valid, a contract must contain several key elements.

Arbitration is the process of bringing a business dispute before a disinterested third party for resolution. The third party, an arbitrator, hears the evidence brought by both sides and makes a decision. Sometimes that decision is binding on the parties.

International commercial arbitration is a means of resolving disputes arising under international commercial contracts. It is used as an alternative to litigation and is controlled primarily by the terms previously agreed upon by the contracting parties, rather than by national legislation or procedural rules.

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) is the bankruptcy law of India which seeks to consolidate the existing framework by creating a single law for insolvency and bankruptcy. A plea for insolvency is submitted to the adjudicating authority (NCLT- National Company Law Tribunal in case of corporate debtors) by financial or operation creditors or the corporate debtor itself.