National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT), Principal Bench, New Delhi, comprising of Justice Rakesh Kumar Member and Dr. Ashok Kumar Mishra in Mathuraprasad C Pandey & Ors. v Partiv Parikh & Anr.1, vide Judgement dated

IBC: AN ASSIGNEE IS a financial creditor under ibc and can continue CONTINUING PROCEEDINGS initiated under SECTION 7 by the assignor – nclat

The Hon’ble Division Bench, National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, (NCLAT) comprising of Justice Ashok Bhushan (Chiarperson) and Baru Mitra, Member (Technical) in Siti Networks Ltd. vs Assets Care & Reconstruction Enterprise Ltd. & Anr (Comp.

Impact of Provident Fund Dues on Approval of Resolution Plans under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

Employee Provident Fund (“EPF”) dues pertain to contributions that are to be made by the employer on behalf of the employee as a part of the employee welfare scheme mandated by the Employees Provident Fund

Margin Money is not included as Security Interest under the IBC and is not an asset of the Corporate Debtor: NCLAT Principal Bench

The Hon’ble Division Bench, National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, (NCLAT) Principal Bench-New Delhi, comprising of Justice Anant Bijay Singh, Member (Judicial) and Ms. Shreesha Merla, Member (Technical) in Punjab National Bank v. Supriyo Kumar Chaudhari and Ors.1

Limitation period for filing applications under I&B Code

The Hon’ble Supreme Court, in Tech Sharp Engineers Private Limited v. Sanghvi Movers Limited (Civil Appeal No. 296 of 2020), on September 19, 2022, held “a claim may not be barred by limitation, it is

Resolution Plan that fails to address Statutory Dues is bound to be rejected by the Adjudicating Authority: Supreme Court

The Hon’ble Division Bench, Supreme Court comprising of Justice Indira Banerjee, and Justice A.S. Bopanna, in State Tax Officer (1) v. Rainbow Papers Limited (Civil Appeal No. 1664 of 2020), on 6th September, 2022, held that a

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