Fundamental Rights: Companies’ Command in the Indian Constitution

  • Kishan Bansal
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  • Kishan Bansal

    Student at Jindal Global Law School, India

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This paper will be divided into four parts. First, the historical background of a corporate body is compared with the pre-existing corporate theories. Second, a study on the Fundamental rights enshrined in the Constitution of India along with the citizenship act is discussed. Third, a plethora of judgements laid out by the judiciary attempting to interpret and recognise the rights available to a company is discussed. Lastly, a conclusion is drawn to check whether a corporate body can be recognized under the Part III of the constitution or not in the upcoming future.


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International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation, Volume 3, Issue 4, Page 165 - 173


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