VULNERABLE TRANSACTIONS DURING TWILIGHT ZONE:
AN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE

in-depth understanding

of the jurisprudence behind avoidance transactions in insolvency proceedings

CASE STUDIES

from India, USA and UK to enrich the learning experience by relating to the practical scenarios

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

of avoidance transactions with comparative study on legal framework in India, USA and UK

Discussion Forum

to encourage peer learning and for clarifying any possible questions / queries

COURSE SYLLABUS

Basic theories behind reversal of avoidance transactions (“AT”) and concepts allied to that

A case study on fraud to illustrate how Indian Judiciary had interpreted the term “fraud” and the interplay between S. 447 of the Companies Act, 2013 and the avoidance transactions under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

Transactions intended to disturb the pari-passu distribution assets in the liquidation of Corporate Debtor. 

3.1. Basic Concepts

3.2. Anatomy of legislative provisions in India, USA & UK

3.3. Case Study – one each from India, USA & UK

3.4. Self Analysis Test (MCQ)  

Transactions where the value of consideration received by the Corporate Debtor is significantly less than the value of consideration provided by such Corporate Debtors including the case of gifts including pauline action.

4.1. Basic Concepts

4.2. Anatomy of legislative provisions in India, USA & UK

4.3. Case Study – one each from India, USA & UK

4.4. Self Analysis Test (MCQ)

Transactions where the Corporate Debtor has been required to make exorbitant  payments to the lender of such credit.

5.1. Basic Concepts

5.2. Anatomy of legislative provisions in India, USA & UK

5.3. Case Study – one each from India, USA & UK

5.4. Self Analysis Test (MCQ)

Carrying out of the business with the intent to defraud its creditors or for any fraudulent purpose.

6.1. Basic Concepts

6.2. Anatomy of legislative provisions in India, USA & UK

6.3. Case Study

6.4. Self Analysis Test (MCQ)

Failure to take reasonable steps to reduce the potential loss to the creditor when there is no possibility of avoiding the commencement of CIRP.

6.1. Basic Concepts

6.2. Anatomy of legislative provisions in India, USA & UK

6.3. Case Study

6.4. Self Analysis Test (MCQ)

 

Glimpse on treatment of avoidance transactions in other International Jurisdictions .

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COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

In-depth understanding of vulnerable transactions from international and domestic perspective

Case Study Approach to relate with the practical aspects of avoidable transactions

Comparative Study of three different jurisdictions viz. India, USA & UK to form a Global Perspective

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Anatomy of the applicable legislative provisions under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (India),  US Bankruptcy Code (USA) and Insolvency Act, 1986 (UK)  

Glimpse on other International Jurisdictions as to the treatment of avoidance transactions

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