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The Companies Act, 1956

Title : The Companies Act, 1956

Year : 1956

 

Sec221    -    Duty of officer to make disclosure of payments, etc.

    (1) Where any particulars or information is required to be given in the balance sheet or profit and loss account of a company or in any document required to be annexed or attached thereto, it shall be the duty of the concerned officer of the company to furnish without delay to the company, and also to the companys auditor, whenever he so requires, those particulars or that information in as full a manner as possible.

    (3) The particulars or information referred to in sub-section (1) may relate to payments made to any director, or other person by any other company, body corporate, firm or person.

    (4) If any person knowingly makes default in performing the duty cast on him by the foregoing provisions of this section, he shall be punishable with imprisonment which may extend to six months, or with fine which may extend to fifty thousand rupees, or with both.


 

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