Updates



Quick updates to help our readers stay up to date on various legal and regulatory developments. It is not intended to be an analysis on the subject, but merely a brief snapshot.

Disputes

14th Jun, 2021

Bombay HC decides whether non-compliance of provisions of SARFAESI by a lender would permit a borrower to approach the civil courts

  • Banking & Finance,
  • Disputes

04th Jun, 2021

Banks as Financial Creditors cannot appropriate any amount towards their dues from Corporate Debtors during the moratorium period

  • Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency,
  • Disputes

03rd Jun, 2021

Supreme Court decides upon the scope of applicability of the Building and Other Construction Workers' Welfare Cess Act, 1996

  • Labour & Employment,
  • Disputes

01st Jun, 2021

Federal Court of Australia decides upon Arbitration Clauses in Online Terms of Use

  • Disputes

27th May, 2021

Does balance and security confirmation letters from Corporate Debtors/ Guarantors constitute valid acknowledgment under Section 18 of the Limitation Act?

  • Disputes

24th May, 2021

Bombay High Court decides upon the scope of arbitrability disputes and the pre-requisites for filing a writ petition against an order passed by an arbitral tribunal

  • Disputes

23rd Apr, 2021

Supreme Court: Parties can change their venue/ place of arbitration by mutual agreement

  • Disputes

19th Apr, 2021

NCLAT: Resolution applicant can change the nature of business of the Corporate Debtor to add value or create synergy to the existing assets

  • Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency,
  • Disputes

13th Apr, 2021

Application under Section 11 of Arbitration Act is maintainable even in the absence of a notice under Section 21 of the Arbitration Act

  • Disputes

16th Mar, 2021

DRAT, Allahabad: No obligation on the bank to get mortgage registered with CERSAI to proceed under SARFAESI Act

  • Disputes

08th Mar, 2021

Calcutta High Court: Applicability of moratorium under IBC on companies and its directors being categorized as 'wilful defaulters' as per RBI guidelines

  • Banking & Finance,
  • Corporate Restructuring & Insolvency,
  • Disputes

04th Mar, 2021

Disputes falling within the domain of public law are amenable to writ jurisdiction despite the existence of arbitration clauses

  • Disputes



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