Yes, but the director will give a Declaration in writing that money is not given out of borrowed funds and company will disclose it in the Board’s report.
Yes, but subject to the condition as specified in deposit Rules. Deposit Rules: for acceptance of deposits from shareholders and their relative:
Yes, up to the employee’s annual salary (there should be a contract of employment with the company) in the nature of non- interest bearing security deposit.
No, because it is prohibited by the definition of Private Company.
Yes, but comply with Sec 186wherein the conditions are specified for the lender. Sec 186: A Company (Private or Public) can’t give loan to any other person or body corporate which is more than: 60% of its Paid up Capital + Free Reserves + Security Premium Or 100% of Free Reserve + Security Premium If this limit is exceeded, prior approval by special resolution in general meeting is required. However, in case a loan or guarantee is given by a company to its wholly owned subsidiary company or a joint venture company than special resolution is not required.
Yes, but loan received should be non- interest bearing.
Yes, but subject to the provisions of the Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 and rules and regulations made there under.