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    Suit involving purely religious rites or ceremonies is not a suit of civil nature and can not be filed in a Civil Court.
    If the issue involves possesion of property or office relating to religious matters, then the Civil Court has the juridiction to try.

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    The term of copyright is usually 60 years and the author is the first owner of the copyright. If your father-in-law was an employee of the Newspaper and he wrote those articles during his employment in the Newspaper, the owner of the newspaper is the owner of the copyright unless there is an agreement to the contrary between the owner and your father-in-law.

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    The term for Trademark renewal is 10 years. You should apply for the renewal along with requisite fees in the prescribed form before 6 months from the expiry of your trademark registration.

    In case, if your trademark term has already expired, you may apply for renewal along with Late Renewal (Late fees) fees in the prescribed form within 6 months from the expiry of the term.

    Here is an interesting case in which the Court has restored a trademark after 26 years of expiry. Click here…

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    Hi,

    Other shareholders (members) of the company can appoint new directors. In case, if both the deceased directors were the only two shareholders of the Company, their legal heirs can appoint new directors as the legal heirs will be the ultimate owners.

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    Just send a reply to his notice through your attorney and deny the false claims. There is nothing to worry if there was no such partnership or agreement between the person and your friend.

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    There are several differences, several advantages, and disadvantages in both forms of business. A sole proprietorship is very simple to form and does not require much paperwork to start with. But, a Company requires paperwork which has to be verified by a Professional (CA, CMA or CS) before filing with the Registrar of Companies. There are several stages, namely applying for Director Identification Number, Name Approval by Ministry of Corporate Affairs, the filing of various forms and finally applying for PAN and TAN once the company is incorporated.

    There is no much compliance requirements for Sole Proprietorship business, but in the case of a Company, it should comply with statutory requirements like General Meetings and filing of annual returns,

    If there is any loss, a sole proprietor is responsible totally. But in the case of a Company, the liability is limited. If you want to raise funds for your business, a Company is the best option as it will attract venture capitalists and investors. But a Sole Proprietorship can not raise funds.

    You will need at least two persons (including yourself) to incorporate a company. In case, if you want to own the Company yourself, there is a new form of Company in India, One Person Company (OPC). OPC is operated by One Person as like a Sole Proprietorship and enjoys the advantages of a Limited Company.

    One Person Company combines the advantages of Sole Proprietorship and Company. The disadvantage of a One Person Company is, it can not raise funds unless it is converted to a Private Limited Company.

    To summarise, a Sole Proprietorship business is easy to start, no much paperwork and less expensive. In the case of a Private Limited, you need at least two persons to form a Company, there are strict compliance requirements and expensive. But, a company limits your liability for losses, easy to raise funds and a well-recognized form of business. OPC has advantages of both the forms of business (Sole Proprietorship and a Company), but it can not raise funds for the business. So consider the advantages and disadvantages of these forms of business and take a wise decision based on your requirements.

    We, Spicy Law LLP wish you a successful business venture!

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    If you are going to form a company, the name should have three parts. 1) Name, 2) Object part and 3) Constitution of the company.

    For Example: Spicy Law LLP

    SPICY is the Name part, LAW is the Object part and LLP is the Constitution part of the name of this business.

    In TATA Consultancy Services Limited, ‘TATA’ is the name part, ‘Consultancy Services’ is the Object Part and ‘Limited’ is the constitution part.

    While choosing the name, make sure that the Name Part of your business name is not same OR similar to another company in the same field or industry. If there are businesses with a similar name, but with a different object, then there won’t be any issues.

    Make sure that the object part clearly describes the nature of your business, otherwise, MCA will not approve. The Object part must clearly state the object of the company.

    Finally, the constitution part shows the type of your entity. The name of a Limited Liability Partnership should end with ‘LLP’ or ‘Limited Liability Partnership’. The name of a Private Limited Company should end with ‘Pvt Ltd’ or ‘Private Limited’. One Person Company name should include ‘OPC’.

    If you want to use words such as CORPORATION, INTERNATIONAL, UNIVERSAL, HINDUSTAN, INDUSTRIES etc in the name of your business, your business should meet the minimum authorized capital as prescribed by MCA.

    Along with the Name Check from MCA, please make sure that your business name is not same or similar to any existing trademarks.

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    The process is very simple and involves just three (3) steps.

    Step 1: Affidavit
    You need to sign an affidavit and get that notarized by a Notary Public / Commissioner of Oath. The affidavit must state that you are changing your name and you will be called as “YOUR NEW NAME”. The affidavit should also mention a reason for changing your name. (Name change after marriage to add spouse name as surname etc).

    Step 2: Newspaper Advertisements
    You need to give two Newspaper advertisements. One in any English newspaper and another in your local language newspaper. (Tamil newspaper in Tamilnadu, Malayalam newspaper in Kerala etc). The format of advertisement can be as follows: I, Mr.OLD NAME have changed my name from OLD NAME to NEW NAMEby affidavit sworn before the Notary Public, at YOUR PLACE on DATE. Henceforth, I shall be known as NEW NAME for all purposes. YOUR NAME and ADDRESS.

    Step 3: Gazette Notification
    You need to approach the Government press of your state and apply to have your name change notification published in the official Gazette of your state. Once this is published, your name change process is complete and you can start using your new name.

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