Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code

Deccan Value Investors LP vs Dinkar Venkatasubramanian 2024 INSC 321- IBC – Resolution Plans

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 – Resolution Plans – Resolution plans are not prepared and submitted by lay persons. They are submitted after the financial statements and data are examined by domain and financial experts, who scan, appraise evaluate the material as available for its usefulness, with caution and scepticism. Inadequacies and paltriness of data …

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Insolvency And Bankruptcy Board Of India vs Satyanarayan Bankatlal Malu 2024 INSC 319

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016; Section 236(1)- Companies Act, 2013; Section 435 -Under Section 236(1) of the Code, reference is “offences under this Code shall be tried by the Special Court established under Chapter XXVIII of the Companies Act, 2013”- Whether the Special Court under the Code would be as provided under Section 435 of …

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Axis Bank Limited vs Naren Sheth 2024 INSC 105

Clarification – The word “unsecured creditor” referred to in paragraph 20 of the judgment (Axis Bank Limited vs Naren Sheth 2023 INSC 820) be now read as “secured creditor”.

Greater Noida Industrial Development Authority vs Prabhjit Singh Soni 2024 INSC 102 :: [2024] 2 S.C.R. 258 – IBC – Recall Applications – Resolution Plan

Practice and Procedure – A Tribunal or a Court is invested with such ancillary or incidental powers as may be necessary to discharge its functions effectively for the purpose of doing justice between the parties and, in absence of a statutory prohibition, in an appropriate case, it can recall its order in exercise of such …

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Ansal Crown Heights Flat Buyers Association vs Ansal Crown Infrabuild Pvt. Ltd. 2024 INSC 54- S 14 IBC – Moratorium – Company Directors/Officers

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016; Section 14 – The protection of the moratorium will not be available to the directors/officers of the company – Referred to Anjali Rathi vs. Today Homes and Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. (2021) SCC OnLine SC 729 and P. Mohanraj vs. Shah Bros. Ispat (P) Ltd. (2021) 6 SCC 258.

State Bank of India vs Consortium of Mr Murari Lal Jalan and Mr Florian Fritsch 2024 INSC 51 – IBC – Timely Resolution Of Insolvency Cases

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 – The timely resolution of insolvency cases is vital for sustaining the effectiveness and credibility of the insolvency framework. Therefore, concerted efforts and decisive actions are imperative to break the deadlock and ensure the expeditious implementation of the resolution plan. (Para 24)

Bharti Airtel Limited vs Vijaykumar V Iyer 2024 INSC 15 – S 25(2)(a) IBC – Set Off In CIRP

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 ; Section 25(2)(a)– Rght to claim set-off in the Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process, when the Resolution Professional proceeds in terms of Section 25(2)(a) to take custody and control of all the assets of the corporate debtor.Provisions of statutory set-off in terms of Order VIII Rule 6 of CPC or insolvency …

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Sabarmati Gas Limited vs Shah Alloys Limited | Supreme Court | IBC | CIRP | Limitation Act | Condonation of Delay | Pre Existing Dispute

“In the absence of provisions for exclusion of such period in respect of an application under Section 9, IBC, despite the combined reading of Section 238A, IBC and the provisions under the Limitation Act what is legally available to such a party is to assign the same as a sufficient cause for condoning the delay …

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