#SimplifyingTheLaw is a video-based series, where we attempt to break down legal concepts, legal jargon and regulatory compliances for the benefit of startups.
We are back with Part 4 of the ‘Related Party Transactions’ series of videos, where Shwetha Chandrashekar elaborates on the exceptions to what constitutes ‘Related Party Transactions’ under the Companies Act, 2013 and explains concepts such as ‘ordinary course of business’ and ‘arm’s length basis’ as understood for the purpose of understanding these exceptions under law.
Watch this Video to learn more.
Don’t forget to watch:
- Part 1 where she explains who a related party is under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013; and
- Part 2 where she delves into the “Types of Related Party Transactions” under the Companies Act, 2013; and
- Part 3 where she elaborates on the corporate compliances and approvals required under the Companies Act, 2013 while entering into Related Party Transactions.