Tag: NCLAT

Arvind Dham v. State Bank of India case.

“NCLAT clarify when Interim moratorium commences against the Personal Guarantor, If Section 95 Application is not filed before proper jurisdictional NCLT” – An Analysis of the Mr Arvind Dham v. State Bank of India and Anr. Case.

Introduction: The case of Mr Arvind Dham v. State Bank of India and Anr. revolves around the admission of Section 95(1) application filed by the State Bank of India against the appellant, Mr Arvind Dham,

The timelines as stipulated in the Code needs to be considered as of directory nature and not as mandatory in nature: NCLAT, New Delhi

Introduction: In the matter of Vikram Laxman Pawar v. Sripatham Venkatasubramaniam Ramkumar, [i] the Hon’ble National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) held that the timelines established under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code should be regarded

limitation in Operational Claims Supreme Court on Invoices

In Operational Claims Arising Out Of Several Invoices, Those Invoices Falling Within The Three-Year Period Preceding The Date Of Filing Should Be Considered For The Purposes Of Limitation: Supreme Court

The Hon’ble Division Bench, Supreme Court of India, comprising of Justice Shri. Mukesh Kumar Rasikbhai Shah and Justice Shri C.T Ravikumar in the matter of M/s. Next Education India Pvt. Ltd. Vs. M/s. K12 Techno Services

ADJUDICATING AUTHORITY HAS NO JURISDICTION TO MODIFY A RESOLUTION PLAN: NCLAT

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

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