NCLT under Insolvency and Bankruptcy code, 2016, has seen many twists and turns which has led to various amendments in the law.
Earlier the winding up of the company was initiated and conducted under the Companies Act, 1956 while the same has got annulled after the advent of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
The Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process has to be completed in 180 days along with the provision of 90 days of extension or maximum allowed time is 270 days.
The powers of the management of controlling the assets of the Corporate Debtor or Company is transferred to the Resolution Professional or the liquidator as the case may be.
The insolvency and bankruptcy code, 2016 has seen many ups and downs since the enactment but out of all the most long and debatable topic or issue concerning law was pertaining to the rights of Home buyers/Allottee under the code.
The code is not applicable to corporates in finance sector. Thus no petition shall be entertained by NCLT filed against Banks, Financial Institutions, Insurance Company, Asset Reconstruction Company, Asset Reconstruction Company, Mutual Funds, Collective Investment Schemes or Pension Funds.
When the corporate debtor starts making default in the payment of the amount to its creditors and it goes on for some time, subsequently that corporate debtor/company is deemed as insolvent.
In case of financial creditor being an applicant to the insolvency process, an application would be made to Adjudicating Authority and a copy of such application would be sent to the corporate debtor.
operational creditors are those creditors where liabilities arise from transactions on operations.
Reserve Bank of India Governor Urjit Patel put his signature to a historic order for recovering over Rs 3 lakh crore from the top 12 defaulters, just 10% is in banks