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Critical Analysis of Indian Corporate Laws

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Insolvency Law
Prakul Thadi

When there’s no wisdom, how come “Commercial Wisdom”?

An interesting case where the Adjudicating Authority made critical comments on the so-called Commercial Wisdom of the Committee of Creditors. It emphasised that the CoC has not at all applied its mind and that there was no element of wisdom displayed, leave alone the ‘commercial wisdom’…
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S. 59 of IBC and Voluntary Liquidation under Companies Act

The Hon’ble NCLAT has held that the jurisdiction exercised by the Adjudicating Authority is vested in it and cannot be termed improper. Despite being of the view that the claim initially left out by the Respondent No.1 was payable, the Liquidator proceeded to reject the same without any justifiable reason which cannot be supported.
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TIMELINES IN RESOLUTION PLAN RELAXED BY NCLT ON ACCOUNT OF COVID-19

The Adjudicating Authority found that there is no material change in the Resolution plan save and except modification/concession/relaxation in respect of time line of payment to the creditors and/ or stake holders and the relief sought appears to be genuine and bonafide. Therefore, the Resolution plan has been approved by the adjudicating authority with a modified time frame/timeline.
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