Reverse Corporate Insolvency Resolution Procedure [Reverse CIRP]: A Novel Experiment Conducted By The NCLAT
The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, as mentioned in the objects and reasons, was enacted to provide effective resolution procedure for timely resolution of debtors, and to maximise the value of the debtor’s assets. To pursue these objects, it provides...
NCLAT: Is following the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code a viable option when the defaulter is an Infrastructure and Real...
This question was addressed by the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) in the case of in Flat Buyers Association v. Umang Realtech Pvt. Ltd. The case was concerned between the Flat Buyers Association of the Umang Realtech Pvt. Ltd.’s...
The Supreme Court in the case of Chitra Sharma v. Union Of India decided on 6 November 2019 that the home buyers shall be included in the list of financial creditors. Also, as a matter of fact, after the amendment...
On the 8th day of June 2021, the Honorable High Court of Kerala heard and decided a Civil Writ Petition matter filed seeking Writ of Mandamus against the police authorities to register the First Information Report and conduct the investigation.
On the 8th Day of June 2021, the Honourable Kerala High Court heard and decided a Criminal Miscellaneous Petition (Cr. M.C) under section 482 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (Cr. P.C).
The petition was filed challenging the validity of Environmental Impact Assessment, 2006 rules on the buildings whose construction was started before the issue of rules.
On the 11th day of June 2021, the Honourable High Court of Kerala disposed of a Civil Writ Petition in which the Petitioner had sought a prohibitory order of performing unauthorized furniture manufacturing adjacent to the residential area.