Check if you need to file a claim for company facing insolvency process


Status as on 09/09/2019

In the month of August, 2019, several companies have been admitted for insolvency process out of which many are real estate firms. Some of the companies which have gone for insolvency (CIRP) under Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) by the order of NCLT (National Company Law Tribunal) are as under :

  • Raheja Developers Pvt Ltd
  • Today Homes project Pvt Ltd
  • G.E.T Power Limited
  • Saluja Construction Company Limited
  • Three C Projects Private Limited
  • Umang Realtech Private Limited
  • Tristar Global Infrastructure Private Limited
  • Meghalaya Infratech Limited
  • Varali Properties Limited
  • Redtopaz Real Estate Private Limited
  • Earthcon Infracon Private Limited
  • Royal Splendour Developers Private Limited
  • Marvel Realtors and Developers Private Limited
  • Endless Properties Private Limited
  • Amrohi Infra Projects Limited
  • Housing Development and Infrastructure Limited
  • Universal Buildwel Private Limited 
  • Bigmoon Buildcon Private Limited

The insolvency against real estate firms have caught pace after the landmark Judgement of Hon’ble Supreme Court dated 09.08.2019 in the case of Pioneer Urban Land & Infrastructure Ltd Vs  UOI where it was held that homebuyer can file Insolvency petition if the default has occurred. Further, the SC ruled that IBC laws would override the RERA laws in case any conflict between the two arises. .


If you are linked with any of the company which has been admitted for insolvency process, then you would be affected in one way or another. After the admission of insolvency process, the following things happen which may affect your rights/claim or investment :

  1. All the cases/suit/execution against the said company in all courts across the country shall be stayed due to Moratorium period  
  2. No new case/suit/recovery/ execution can be initiated against the said company
  3. All the creditors need to file their claim before the appointed IRP (Interim Resolution Professional) to be part of the list of creditors (COC)
  4. There are two kinds of creditors
    1. Financial Creditors 
    2. Operational creditors 
  5. Every creditor need to file their claim before the given date in the prescribed form and format with applicable documentation 


Filing of claim is compulsory to claim your money/assets from the company which has been admitted into insolvency proceedings. There are different forms and process to file claim for different types of creditors and its class. Summary of forms are as under :

  • Form B – Operational creditors except workman and employees
  • Form C – Financial Creditors
  • Form CA – For Financial Creditors belonging to a class
  • Form D –  For workman or employees
  • Form E – Employees belongings to a class
  • Form F – other creditors 

All the forms shall be filed in the prescribed manner as directed by the IRP and through the mode as given. For the purpose of resolution plan, distribution or liquidation, only the claim which has been filed and admitted by IRP shall be considered


Once the claim is filed, the appointed IRP shall form the committee of creditors (COC) which shall comprise of Financial Creditors. The COC shall be responsible to take decision about the resolution plan and other matters pertaining to the running of the company and disposal of its assets. 


Filing of claim before the appointed IRP within prescribed time is compulsory to be part of the committee of creditors.  The creditors who have filed their claims and which shall be admitted will only be considered for its repayment or settlement or other resolution. In order to avoid rejection of the claims, the filing of claim should be done by an expert person having knowledge of Insolvency laws

For more clarification, please contact us at or speak to our experts at 8448487142, 8448487144 and 8383011629. 


Disclaimer  – The above article is for general awareness of the public about the claim filing process. We do not intend to defame any company or person. The legal situation may change in the future. The readers are expected to take expert advice before relying on this article. 

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