Supreme Court allows the settlement plan of Promoter of Siva Industries at Liquidation stage – Vallal RCK Vs. M/s Siva Industries and Holdings  Ltd. and Others – Supreme Court

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A liability in respect of a claim arising out of a Recovery Certificate would be a Financial Debt within Section 5(8) of IBC and a limitation period of three years starts from the date of issuance of the Recovery Certificate – Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd. Vs. A. Balakrishnan & Anr. – Supreme Court

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An acknowledgement in a balance sheet without a qualification can furnish a legitimate basis for determining as to whether the period of limitation would stand extended, so long as the acknowledgement was within a period of three years from the original date of default – State Bank of India Vs. Krishidhan Seeds Pvt. Ltd. – Supreme Court

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Summary of Supreme Court case in New Okhla Industrial Development Authority Vs. Anand Sonbhadra dated 17.05.2022

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Bank could not have continued the proceedings under the SARFAESI Act once the CIRP was initiated and the moratorium was ordered – Indian Overseas Bank Vs. M/s RCM Infrastructure Ltd. and another – Supreme Court

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Lease of land by NOIDA to Builders does not fall within the ambit of Financial Debt, to be treated as an Operational Debt – New Okhla Industrial Development Authority Vs. Anand Sonbhadra – Supreme Court

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What is pledge and the legal difference between ownership, pledge and mortgage – PTC India Financial Services Ltd. Vs. Venkateswarlu Kari and Another – Supreme Court

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Supreme Court dismisses an appeal against NCLAT Order on initiation of insolvency proceedings u/s 95 of the IBC even no proceeding is pending against the Corporate Debtor before NCLT – Mahendra Kumar Jajodia etc. Vs. State Bank of India – Supreme Court

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Section 60(6) of the IBC does contemplate exclusion of the entire period during which the moratorium was in force in respect of Corporate Debtor in regard to a proceeding as contemplated therein at the hands of the Corporate Debtor – New Delhi Municipal Council Vs. Minosha India Ltd. – Supreme Court

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An appeal against the order of NCLT shall be preferred within a period of 30 days from the date on which the order was passed by the NCLT – Safire Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Regional Provident Fund Commissioner & Anr. – Supreme Court

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