Telangana Non-Trading Companies Act, 1962
(Act No. 2 of 1962)
Last Updated 11th January, 2020 [tel216]
(i) the powers conferred on the Central Government by those provisions shall be exercisable and may be exercised by the State Government;
(ii) the State Government shall be competent by notification in the [Telangana] Gazette, to delegate all or any of such powers to any subordinate officer or authority specified in the said notification;
(iii) the State Government shall have power by like notification to relax, omit, add to or vary any provision of the aforesaid Central Act, in relation to companies to which this Act applies;
(iv) the powers, duties and functions of the Registrar under the said provisions shall be exercised, discharged and performed by such person as may be appointed by the State Government by name or by virtue of office to be the Registrar in relation to companies to which this Act applies.4. Power to remove difficulties. - If any difficulty arises in giving effect to the provisions of [the Companies Act, 1956] (Central Act I of 1956), in relation to companies to which this Act applies, the State Government may, as occasion may require, by order in the [Telangana] Gazette, make such adaptations or modifications of the said provisions not affecting the substance, or give such directions not inconsistent with the purposes of this Act, or of the said provisions, as appear to them necessary or expedient for removing the difficulty. 5. Repeal of Central Act VII of 1913 and Hyderabad Act IV of 1320 Fasli. - The provisions of the Indian Companies Act, 1913 (Central Act VII of 1913), and the Hyderabad Companies Act, 1320 Fasli (Hyderabad Act IV of 1320 Fasli), in so far as they relate to the incorporation, regulation and winding up of companies which are non-trading corporations with objects confined to the State of [Telangana] falling within the scope of entry 32 of List II of the Seventh Schedule to the Constitution of India, are hereby repealed.