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If in a matter, the Adjudicating Authority finds it necessary to hear the particular side or particular person in order to give them opportunity to respond, it is more appropriate to give option to the concerned parties/person to appear in person or through Advocate – M/s. Solutions Business Centre LLP Vs. Renu Kumar – NCLAT New Delhi

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Whether Authorisation for filing a petition under Section 9 of the Code before the commencement of the Code can be treated as a valid authorisation? – Tek Travels Private Limited Vs. Altius Travels Private Limited- NCLAT New Delhi

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NCLT cannot reject and order for fresh bids against a Resolution Plan which has been approved by CoC with 100% voting in favour – M/s Renganayaki Agencies Vs. Sreenivasa Rao Ravinuthala RP – NCLAT Chennai

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The Office Premises of NCLAT, New Delhi shall remain closed till 23.04.2021 and till 30.04.2021, only urgent matters would be taken up – File No. 10/19/2020- Estt./NCLAT dt. 19.04.2021

The Office Premises of NCLAT, New Delhi shall remain closed till 23.04.2021 and even Registry will remain closed. The next date of hearing will be notified later. Till 30th April, 2021, only urgent matters would be taken up. From the matters which are already on Board also only urgent matters will be taken up.

The period from 26.04.2021 to 20.05.2021 (both days inclusive) shall be observed as Summer Vacations for Principal Bench of NCLAT at New Delhi, however, the Registry shall remain functional – File No.10/106/2017-NCLAT dt. 19.04.2021

The earlier notified Summer Vacations from 07.06.2021 to 30.06.2021 stand cancelled and shall be working for the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi. In lieu of the same, the period from 26.04.2021 to 20.05.2021 (both days inclusive) shall be observed as Summer Vacations for Principal Bench of NCLAT at New Delhi. The Registry shall however remain functional during this period. During this period, e-filing of cases shall be operational and urgent matters may be taken up for hearing as per the decision of the Competent Authority, upon email being sent to registrar-nclat@nic.in . It is further informed that request for change of the dates of the matter, if required, can be made by the parties/ Ld. Counsel, atleast three days in advance, by email being sent to registrar-nclat@nic.in, after obtaining consent /objection of the opposite party/parties in writing for seeking adjournment, which shall be considered by the Competent Authority.

If the Resolution Plan contemplates a change in the nature of business of Corporate Debtor to another line when the existing business is obsolete or non-viable, it cannot be construed that the Resolution Plan is not feasible or viable – Next Orbit Ventures Fund Vs. Print House (India) Pvt. Ltd. – NCLAT New Delhi

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MSME certificate is required to take benefit of MSME under Section 240A of IBC, the Resolution Professional & AA are not expected to go into accounts and investigate if and in which category an application falls under Section 7 of MSME Act – Ashish Mohan Gupta Vs. The Liquidator of M/s. Hind Motors India Ltd (In Liquidation) – NCLAT New Delhi

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Adjudicating Authority have the power to set aside an ex-parte Order provided, it is satisfied that there was sufficient cause with respect to service of Notice – Ms. AKJ Fincap Limited Vs. Bank of India – NCLAT New Delhi

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Whether an entry made in a balance sheet of a corporate debtor would amount to an acknowledgement of liability under Section 18 of the Limitation Act – Summary of Supreme Court in Asset Reconstruction Company (India) Limited Vs. Bishal Jaiswal & Anr.

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