Deponent Rendition of Accounts Affidavit

SUIT FOR RENDITION OF ACCOUNTS WITH A CONSIQUENTIAL RELIEF OF PERMANENT INJUNCTION

Deponent Rendition of Accounts Affidavit

the deponent has filed the above noted suit along with an application for stay, today before this hon’ble court, the contents of which be read as part and parcel of this affidavit as the same are not being reproduced here for the sake of brevity and avoidance of repetiton.
 the contents of the above suit and application for stay have been read over to me by counsel which is true to best of in your belief.

 Verification

Verified that the contents of affidavit are true and correct to best of your  knowledge and nothing has been concealed .

And mentioned the date on it and sign of deponent

 

Usually the term rendition of accounts is used in legal parlance when an induvidual / entity is called upon by another to render the true and proper accountsof the funds held by him / it failing which a suit for rendition of accounts can be filed to compel the person to disclose the accounts
The term Rendition means rendering or to reveal or to disclose. Usually the term rendition of accounts is used in legal parlance when an induvidual / entity is called upon by another to render the true and proper accounts of the funds held by him / it failing which a suit for rendition of accounts can be filed to compel the person to disclose the accounts

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Form 13 under Regulation 87 Form Of Nomination Of A Candidate For Election To The Council Of The Institute Of Chartered Accountants Of India.

Under the regulation

87. List of voters (1) At least 3 months before the date of election, the Council shall publish in the Gazette of India a notice stating the number of members to be elected and calling for nominations of candidates for election by a specified date which shall not be less than 21 days from the date of the publication of the notice. The nomination of a candidate shall be:— (i) in the appropriate form* duly signed by the candidate and by ore proposer and one seconder both of whom shall be persons entitled to vote in the election in the relevant regional constituency; and (ii) delivered along with requisite fees and other papers as is specified in these Regulations to the Secretary by name not later than 6 P.M. on the specified date and an acknowledgement of delivery is issued by the Secretary as soon as practicable to the effect that the papers were delivered to him before the expiry of time on the specified date, for the following, by Notification No.1-CA(7)/31/97 published in the Gazette of India dated 14th August, 1997:- "(2) The nomination of a candidate shall be:— (i) in the appropriate form duly signed by the candidate and by the proposer and the seconder both of whom shall be persons entitled to vote in the election in the relevant regional constituency; and

(ii) forwarded by registered post to the Secretary by name so as to reach him not later than 5 P.M. on the specified date: PROVIDED that a nomination delivered against an acknowledgement before the aforesaid time and date shall be deemed to have been so forwarded and so having reached if the Secretary is satisfied that the nomination has been duly forwarded by registered post at least 48 hours before the aforesaid time and date." * Form "13" of Schedule "A'. D

 

ANNEXURE TO FORM "13"

Statement pursuant to Regulation 87(3)/87(4)

 

[(3) The nomination shall be accompanied by a statement signed and verified by the candidate containing information concerning the candidate in respect of the following matters, and the nomination shall not be valid unless it is so accompanied: (a) Name, Membership No. and Professional Address, as published in the List of Voters. (b) Age. (c) Whether Associate or Fellow. (d) Date of Enrolment. (4) The statement referred to in sub-regulation (3) may also contain, at the option of the candidate, information concerning the candidate in respect of the following matters: (a) Recent passport size photograph. (b) Academic qualifications (diplomas and degrees recognised by Government and membership of recognised professional bodies). (c) Merit awards in the examinations of recognised universities and the examinations conducted by the Institute. (d) Particulars of occupation— (i) Employment (name of employer with designation) (ii) Practice (sole proprietor or in partnership including the name of the firm) (iii) Particulars of other occupation/engagement, if not covered by (i) and (ii) above. (e) Past and present membership of Central Council, Regional Councils and Managing Committees of branches of Regional Councils, including office of President and/or Vice-President in the case of Central Council and Office of Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary and/or Treasurer in the case of Regional Councils and/or branches of Regional Councils. (f) Contribution in Seminars/Conferences/Courses organised by the Institute, its Regional Councils and their branches during a period of five years before the date of nomination. (g) Authorship of books on subjects of professional interest, (h) Grant of National and State awards.]

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