There is no specific threshold limit for the NCLT Delhi under the IBC 2016. The IBC provides that a financial creditor, operational creditor, or the corporate debtor itself can initiate the insolvency resolution process with the NCLT.
Proposed Amendments in a circular issued on 18.01.2023, the Ministry of Corporate Affairs has proposed numerous changes in IBC.
The Appellants cannot be permitted to pursue alternative remedy of suit/arbitration proceeding even if pending as Resolution Plan is binding on all the stakeholders.
It is to be understood that the objective of IBC is not to provide benefit only to selective creditors but to protect the interests of all the stakeholders.
The shareholders and promoters are not the creditors and thereby the resolution plan cannot balance the maximization of the value of assets of the corporate debtor
Liquidation of corporate person is considered to be the last resort in order to recover money. When all the plan of resolution have failed and no other way could be adopted then dissolution of company is done.