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NCLAT, New Delhi passed interim orders in these appeals that arose from a judgment delivered by NCLT in two Petitions of Oppression and Mismanagement filed by two group of directors against each other. First, on account of the deadlock in the management and the board, the NCLAT appointed an
The firm represented the Ministry of External Affairs in these proceedings before NCLAT, New Delhi which challenged refusal by the Bank to honour Bank Guarantees worth more than 100 crores issued by a Joint Venture (JV) of two Companies, one of which was facing insolvency proceedings before NCLT, New
The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal decided the issue whether a creditor can invoke the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 after having invoked the arbitration clause in a contract, particularly when there are disputed questions of fact involved.
Ajit Kumar Bhuyan vs. Debajit Das & Others and connected cases. AIR2019SC492; (2019)12SCC275; MANU/SC/1190/2018; 2018(14) SCALE168.
In a recent judgment, the Supreme Court set aside an out of turn promotion given to an Engineer in Assam PWD by superseding hundreds of senior eligible engineers. The court reiterated the well settled principle that “Fraud vitiates every action and cannot be kept under the carpet on the
This landmark judgment interpreted the provisions of SARFAESI Act and inter alia upheld the right of a guarantor of a loan to be informed about the date fixed by the Bank for sale of the property mortgaged by such guarantor.
The Supreme Court, while considering the validity of the recommendation by the State Government for grant of mining lease, interpreted various important provisions of the Mines & Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, 1957.
The Supreme Court reiterated principles pertaining to maintainability of a criminal complaint even when a suit is pending before the civil court.
A thirty-five-year-old property dispute between a land owner and his erstwhile tenant, HPCL was settled and the land was purchased by HPCL for an amount close to 12 crores.