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posted 2 years ago
Supreme Court of India
How can a foreign corporation file writ in Supreme Court against violation of Article 19(1) (g) if shareholders are also 100% foreigners?
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patnaiksv
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posted 2 years ago
Hello Sir, As per the Article 32 the Company has to file a Writ of Mandamus and it is applicable to Foreign Shareholders of any company incorporated as per Indian Companies Act 1956 and 2013 or any preceeding Companies Act of India. Thanking you. With kind regards, S.Venkateswar Patnaik, High Court Advocate, Advocate ER No.AP/2122/2006 High Court of Hyderabad, Telangana State, India Email: [email protected] Mobile Number:+918480613309
patnaiksv
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posted 2 years ago
Hello Sir, As per the Article 32 the Company has to file a Writ of Mandamus and it is applicable to Shareholders of the company are foreigners. Thank you. With kind regards, S.Venkateswar Patnaik, High Court Advocate, Advocate R No.AP/2122/2006 High Court of Hyderabad, Telangana State, India Email: [email protected] Mobile Number:+918480613309
siddharthchittal
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posted 2 years ago
It would depend on the writ. As recently there has been jurisprudence which states this provision is for Indian citizens. But we can invoke other Articles of the Constitution to get your writ forwards. It is indeed possible to move the writ forward. Please do text if you would like to go further and would require proper legal analysis.