Body corporates from border sharing countries can’t enter into a compromise or arrangement

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Body corporates from border sharing countries

Notification no. G.S.R. 401(E) dated 30.05.2022

The MCA has notified the Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Amendment Rules, 2022. Now, a company/body corporate incorporated in a country sharing a land border with India is required to submit a declaration in Form CAA-16 at the time of making an application for compromise or arrangement.

In Form CAA-16, the following details need to be mentioned –

(a) Details of the transferee company/body corporate

(b) Details of the transferor company/body corporate.

(c) A declaration from authorized representative on behalf of the company/body corporate to the effect that

• the company or body corporate is not required to obtain prior approval under the FEM (Non-Debt Instruments) Rules, 2019 or

• where the company or body corporate is required to obtain prior approval under the FEM (Non-Debt Instruments) Rules, 2019, the same has been obtained and is enclosed herewith the form

(d) List of Enclosures to be attached with the form

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