Whether the writ jurisdiction of High Court under Article 226 of the Constitution of India can be invoked despite the availability of an alternative remedy – Kolkata Municipal Corporation and another Vs. Union of India and others – Calcutta High Court

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Whether an application for avoidance of a Preferential Transaction, though filed prior to the Resolution Plan being approved, can be heard & adjudicated by the NCLT, at the instance of the RP, after the approval of the Resolution Plan – M/s Venus Recruiters Private Limited Vs. Union of India and Ors. – High Court of Delhi

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Whether action taken under the provisions of the MPID Act against a Financial Establishment can be challenged not before the Designated Court under the MPID Act but before the NCLT by resorting to the remedy provided under the IBC – The State of Maharashtra Through the Deputy Collector & Competent Authority (NSEL) Vs. Anil Kohil, Resolution Professional for Dunar Foods Ltd. – High Court of Bombay

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