A recently evolved notion of co-relation of Principal amount and interest levied on it, for the purpose of Section 5(8) of the code and its implication in the application filed under Section 7.
VIPL sought for a stay on the proceedings before the NCLT on the pretext of pendency of proceeding before the Supreme Court and resultantly, VIPL was unable to realize a substantial sum of Rs. 1730 crores which would enable the Appellant to clear the debt towards Axis Bank.
NCLAT said that if there was deficiency in pleading, the same could be corrected by giving opportunity before this Appellate Tribunal to amend the pleadings. In Appeal naturally pleadings could be by filing Application and reply supported by documents.
The Committee of Creditors (CoC) has complete wisdom and right to decide the fate of the company under CIRP. Lets understand all about Committee of Creditors under Insolvency Laws
A tug of war going on between the companies involved in the real estate sector and the homebuyers since the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) came in force in 2016
The matter is that in a situation where the Applicant is unable to prove the amount advanced as loan without proper documentations, such loan amount would not meet the requirements of a “Financial Debt”.
The IBC (Amendment) Bill 2017 was passed by the Lok Sabha to form the base for covering loopholes in prevailing code and to increase the effectiveness of the resolution.
This article discusses about the main components of this Code which forms the base of this very legislation.
To initiate recovery procedure one can approach the National Company Law Tribunal which exercises the power to dispose cases under Insolvency Code.