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Khaitan & Co
The Budget 2020 had to play a balancing act in addressing the global economic slowdown while restoring hope of a previously promised 5 trillion economy.
Singhania & Co
Franchising has often been referred to as one of the most novel methods of business expansion in today's world.
AZB & Partners
The recent ruling of the Appellate Tribunal for Foreign Exchange, New Delhi (Appellate Tribunal) in the matter of Jaipur IPL Cricket Private Limited and Ors. v. The Special Director Directorate ...
Nishith Desai Associates
Recently, the Chandigarh Bench of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ("Tribunal") upheld1 the denial of registration under section 12AA2 of the Income Tax Act, 1961 ("ITA") ...
LexCounsel Law Offices
Exclusive territorial rights grant a franchisee an assurance of an almost ‘monopolistic rank' for a particular brand in the territory on an exclusive basis.
Krishnomics Legal
The Delhi High Court held that the amount received by the franchisor by way of franchisee fee under a Franchise Agreement involving use of intangible property is chargeable to service tax and not exigible to VAT.
Nishith Desai Associates
Issues Relating To Legal Agreements Between Franchisee And Franchisor (Oct 25, 2016)
R. K. Dewan & Co
Popular movie franchisee owners jealously guard their works; they fear that their works might be distorted or presented in a bad light by unauthorized parties thereby affecting their value and success.
Duane Morris LLP
McDonald's has tasted significant success operating under a hybrid-franchise model in India since 1994.
Fieldfisher LLP
Businesses are increasingly looking to expand into farther flung overseas markets like India, expecting to achieve rates of growth which are rarely achieved in saturated and depressed Western markets.
Nishith Desai Associates
The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry on June 6, 2013, has issued a Clarification on the queries of prospective investors with respect to the provisions on Multi Brand Retail Trading under the Consolidated Foreign Direct Investment Policy.
Fieldfisher LLP
On 10th January 2012 the Government of India allowed foreign retailers to hold up to 100% shares in a company involved in single brand retail, up from a limit of 51% but subject to a number of conditions.
Fieldfisher LLP
On September 14, 2012 the Cabinet decided to permit Foreign Direct Investment ("FDI") in multi-brand retail but the exact terms and conditions attached to this policy has not yet been released officially through a Notification by the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion of the Ministry of Commerce, Government of India.
JSA Advocates & Solicitors
The transparency of ownership in the Indian Premier League, or IPL, has garnered much attention of late, with much of the focus being on the equity ownership of the new Kochi franchise.
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