In the past five years of RERA, it has been successful to tackle the issues between the Home Buyers and Builders or Developers and providing transparency into the real-estate projects.
Different forums provide for different reliefs and one must be cautious enough before choosing an appropriate forum. Before choosing the appropriate forum, points to be analyzed are type of violation by the builder, what relief is prayed for, urgency, repetitive nature, financial condition of the builder, status of other projects, etc.
Claims that do not form part of the resolution plan will be extinguished on the date of the adjudicating authority’s acceptance of the resolution plan. This ruling has reaffirmed the IBC’s goal, which is for the Corporate Debtor to start over with a clean slate based on the resolution plan.
The NCLAT had to decide whether the NCLT/CoC may provide resolution applicants repeated chances to alter their individual resolution plans and whether the CoC was authorised to entertain fresh or revised resolution plans without exhausting available bids.
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.
In the present case, the NCLAT held that the Appellants were acting as investors, the money they gave to the Respondents was in the nature of a loan, satisfying the condition of amount “disbursed against consideration for time value of money,” and the committed returns were in the nature of “interest.”
The Supreme Court of India issued its first comprehensive ruling on the operation and functioning of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 in the case of Innoventive Industries Limited vs ICICI Bank Limited.
The Supreme Court did not agree to the payment of amounts deposited by the promoter to homebuyers on the grounds that it would be preferential payment to one class of creditors.
The resolution professional, as proposed respectively in the application under section 7 or section 10 of IBC, shall be appointed as the interim resolution professional under Section 16(2) of IBC, if no disciplinary proceedings are pending against him.
If any individual has any outstanding claims against an organization and the said organization has been exposed to CIRP, the primary thing that must be finished by such bank immediately is to document his/her cases before any IRP/RP.
The Hon’ble Supreme Court in its latest judgement dated February, 11 2021 declared that the proceedings under Article 32 of the Constitution by a purchaser, seeking relief in respect to a real estate project cannot be entertained.
Any person aggrieved by the decision of NCLT, or is not satisfied with the decision or if there is any mistake or error on part of NCLT then such a person can appeal NCLAT u/s 61 of IBC for its corrections and proper disposal of judgement/order.
The IBC’s applicability to NBFCs is a welcome legislative effort, and the new rules have extended the RBI’s role in performing an NBFC’s CIRP.
Hon’ble Supreme Court has held that in an application under Section 7 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, the applicant can claim the benefit of Section 14 of the Limitation Act, in respect of proceedings under the SARFAESI Act.
“Supreme Court is playing with the emotion of homebuyers” an unhappy homebuyer of Jaypee Wishtown said after the Superme Courts’s order on Jaypee Infratech.