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NCLT and NCLAT

National Company Law Tribunal and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal

On June 1, 2016, the ministry of corporate affairs notified the constitution of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT).

Published: June 20, 2016 6:19 AM

http://www.financialexpress.com/article/fe-columnist/heres-what-will-add-bite-to-new-bankruptcy-law/290254/

The wait is finally over. On June 1, 2016, the ministry of corporate affairs notified the constitution of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT).

The journey of the new corporate forum has been full of hustle and bustle. It was first introduced in the Companies (Amendment) Act, 2002, to adjudicate all matters culminating from the Companies Act, 1956, and vesting the powers exercised by the Company Law Board and High Courts to the NCLT and NCLAT.

The same was challenged, on the Constitutional validity, by the Madras Bar Association before the Madras High Court, and later before the Supreme Court in the Union of India versus R Gandhi, president, Madras Bar Association case (2010). The Constitution Bench in the Union of India supra gave its approval insofar as Constitutional validity of the NCLT and NCLAT was concerned with certain modifications or corrections. Although the verdict came in 2010—upholding the creation of the NCLT and NCLAT—these two bodies could not be constituted and made functional immediately thereafter, and the matter got stuck in imbroglio of one kind or the other.

Then, in 2013, Parliament passed a new company law in the form of Indian Companies Act, 2013, which replaced the earlier Act of 1956. In this Act, substantive provisions have been made again with regard to the establishment of the NCLT and NCLAT. Moreover, the power and jurisdiction of the Board of Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (BIFR) and the Appellate Authority for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction (AIFR) are to be merged into the NCLT and NCLAT.

However, another twist in the tale occurred when a new writ petition, Madras Bar Association versus Union of India, and another Writ Petition (C) No 1072 of 2013, on the same lines, was filed by the same party, assailing the Act, stating that findings and direction issued in the 2010 judgment were not followed in the new Act. The verdict came in May 2015, wherein the Constitution Bench upheld the validity of the NCLT and NCLAT, with some modifications in the qualifications of the technical member, and paved the way for the establishment of the NCLT and NCLAT under the provisions of the Companies Act, 2013.

Now, the ministry of corporate affairs has issued notifications, giving effect to the constitution of both the NCLT and NCLAT and 44 provisions wherein the NCLT has been vested with substantial powers, including power to adjudicate matters pertaining to mismanagement and oppression, class action suit, inspection, inquiry and investigation, and compounding of offences, etc. A class action suit—in which a large group of people collectively bringing a claim to court—is new for the Indian ecosystem, even though it is very popular in the US, the UK, Singapore and some European countries.

Further, all the pending cases with the Company Law Board stand transferred, from the date of notification, to the NCLT. In addition to that, provisions relating to appeal from the order of the NCLT to the NCLAT have been issued. In simple words, provisions relating to merger and amalgamation, reduction of share capital and sick companies would be gradually transferred to the NCLT after consultation with the chairperson.

Before the aforesaid notifications, there were only four benches of the Company Law Board, with three members—one technical and two judicial—and a chairperson.

According to the new constitution, initially there will be 11 benches of the NCLT—two at New Delhi and one each at Ahmedabad, Allahabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kolkata and Mumbai—while the location for the NCLAT is yet to be notified. According to media reports, it may be at New Delhi, headed by SJ Mukhopadhaya, the retired judge of the Supreme Court of India. The NCLT could be headed by MM Kumar, the retired Chief Justice of the High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, who is currently the chairman of the Company Law Board.

The NCLT and NCLAT will be consolidated bodies which would adjudicate and decide all issues relating to companies in India, including, but not limited to, insolvency and bankruptcy, and cases pending before the various benches of the Company Law Board, BIFR, Debt Recovery Tribunal, all the company courts, AIFR and Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunal. The NCLT will also help in faster implementation of the bankruptcy code passed by Parliament last month; the NCLT is the adjudicating authority while the NCLAT is the appellate authority. Although the move to consolidate all proceedings relating to companies in India under the NCLT and NCLAT is an ambitious one, it is also much welcome by the industries.

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Important Announcement - Video Arguments presented in Indian Court for the First Time :- We are pleased to announce that on 10th October 2007, proposed 'Computer Presentation' was held for the first time in the country by Mr. Ram Kishan before Hon'ble District Judge, Indore and the 'Video Arguments' were submitted and shown to the said Judge on 15.10.07. Thus a history has been made in the Judicial Management in our country. We have prepared two DVDs, one showing the method and system for such presentation, its advantages with a practical application. Another DVD showing the actual presentation before the District Judge, Indore on 10th October 2007. we have prepared an article titled 'Computer Presentation & Video Arguments' vide click here Court Technologies IT Presentation Video Arguments

Important Victory of Our Client against Bank:- One of our important clients at Chandigarh who filed damage suit of Rs. 1825 crores against a public sector Bank on 13.01.05 registered an important victory on 03.03.07 when the Court waived the entire court fee despite all opposition by the defendant Bank. The alleged dues of the Bank are Rs. 30 crores. Since the damages are much more than the alleged claim of the bank, no recovery action can be executed till the said damage suit is finally decided. The usual delay in the litigation does not affect our client as the damages are increasing day by day due to interest charges at rate which is much higher than the increase in the alleged claim of the bank. The said damage suit was drafted by us and all necessary advice and guidance was provided on all dates of proceedings.

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COMPANIES BILL, 2008 INTRODUCED IN LOK SABHA ON 21.10.08

The much-awaited Companies Bill, 2008 has been introduced in the Lok Sabha. Minister of Corporate Affairs, Shri Prem Chand Gupta introduced the Bill to consolidate and amend the law relating to companies. On 21.10.2008 Shri Gupta had withdrawn the Companies (Amendment) BIll, 2003 which was introduced in the Rajya Sabha on 7.5.2003 as the said Bill was not in tune with the present day requirements of corporates in India.

The Companies Bill, 2008 is intended to modernize the structure for corporate regulation in India and represents a major reform statement by the Government to promote the development of the Indian corporate sector through enlightened regulation.

The comprehensive revision of the Companies Act, 1956 was taken up by the Ministry since not only had the number of companies in India expanded from about 30,000 in 1956 to above 7 lakhs today, the Indian corporate sector had also transformed itself in a manner that was unimaginable even a decade ago. Today, Indian companies have expanded and grown into global entities, continuously entering into and bringing new activities into the fold of the Indian economy. In doing so, they are emerging internationally as efficient providers of a wide range of goods and services while increasing employment opportunities at home.

At the same time, there is a requirement to enable corporate regulation in an effective and efficient manner with reasonable costs of compliance so that Indian companies are competitive in attracting investment for growth.

The review and redrafting of the Companies Act, 1956 was taken up by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs on the basis of a detailed consultative process. A `Concept Paper on new Company Law' was placed on the website of the Ministry on 4th August, 2004. The inputs received were put to a detailed examination in the Ministry. The Government also constituted an Expert Committee on Company Law under the Chairmanship of Dr. J.J. Irani on 2nd December 2004 to advise on new Companies Bill. The Committee submitted its report to the Government on 31st May 2005. Detailed consultations were also taken up with various Ministries, Departments and Regulators. The Bill was thereafter drafted in consultation with the Legislative Department of the Central Government.

The Companies Bill, 2008 seeks to enable the corporate sector in India to operate in a regulatory environment of best international practices that foster entrepreneurship, investment and growth.

The Bill reinforces shareholders democracy, facilitates e-Governance in company processes, recognizes the liability of Boards, directors and senior management personnel of companies, provides for a new scheme for penalties and punishment for non compliance or violation of the law, harmonizes corporate regulation with action by sectoral regulators, incorporates a new framework for mergers and amalgamations of companies and provides an extensive Insolvency Code based on the latest principles recommended by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL).

Briefly, the Bill provides for:-

(i) The basic principles for all aspects of internal governance of corporate entities and a framework for their regulation, irrespective of their area of operation, from incorporation to liquidation and winding up, in a single, comprehensive, legal framework to be administered by the Central Government. In doing so, the Bill also seeks to harmonise the Company law framework with the sectoral regulation;

(ii) Articulation of shareholders democracy with protection of the rights of minority stakeholders, responsible self-regulation with adequate disclosures and accountability. Reduction of Government control over internal corporate processes;

(iii) Easy transition of companies operating under the Companies Act, 1956, to the new framework as also from one type of company to another. Freedom with regard to the numbers and layers of subsidiary companies that a company may have, subject to disclosures in respect of their relationship and transactions or dealings between them;

(iv) A new entity in the form of One-Person Company (OPC) while empowering Government to provide a simpler compliance regime for small companies. Retention of the concept of Producer Companies, while providing a more stringent regime for companies with charitable objects to check misuse;

(v) Application of the successful e-Governance initiative of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA-21) to all the processes involved in meeting compliance obligations. Company processes may also be carried out through electronic mode;

(vi) Speedy incorporation process, with detailed declarations and disclosures about the promoters, directors etc., at the time of incorporation itself. Every company director would be required to acquire a unique Director Identification number (DIN);

(vii) Relaxation of restrictions limiting the number of partners in entities such as partnership firms, banking companies etc., to a maximum 100, with no ceiling as to professional associations regulated by Special Acts;

(viii) Duties and liabilities of the directors and every company to have at least one director resident in India. The Bill also provides for independent directors to be appointed on the Boards of such companies as may be prescribed, along with attributes determining independence. The requirement to appoint independent directors, where applicable, to listed public companies are a minimum of one-third of the total number of directors. For other public companies, the requirement and number may be prescribed through rules;

(ix) Statutory recognition to audit, remuneration and stakeholders relationship committees of the Board and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and the Company Secretary to be as Key Managerial Personnel (KMP);

(x) Companies not to be allowed to raise deposits from the public except on the basis of permission available to them through other Special Acts. The Bill prohibits insider trading by company directors or Key Managerial Personnel and declares it as an offence with criminal liability;

(xi) Recognition of both accounting and auditing standards. The role, rights and duties of the auditors defined so as to maintain integrity and independence of the audit process. Consolidation of financial statements of subsidiaries with those of holding companies is proposed to be made mandatory;

(xii) A single forum for approval of mergers and acquisitions along with a shorter merger process for holding and wholly owned subsidiary companies or between two or more small companies as well as recognition of cross border mergers. Concept of deemed approval also provided in certain situations;

(xiii) A framework for enabling fair valuations in companies for various purposes. Appointment of valuers is proposed to be made by audit committee or in its absence by the Board of Directors;

(xiv) Claim of an investor over a dividend or a benefit from a security not claimed for more than a period of seven years not to be extinguished, and Investor Education and Protection Fund (IEPF) to be administered by a statutory authority;

(xv) Shareholders associations or group of shareholders to be enabled to take legal action in case of any fraudulent action on the part of company and to take part in investor protection activities and Class Action Suits';

(xvi) A revised framework for regulation of insolvency, including rehabilitation, liquidation and winding up of companies and the process to be completed in a time bound manner;

(xvii) Consolidation of fora for dealing with rehabilitation of companies, their liquidation and winding up in the single forum of National Company Law Tribunal with appeal to National Company Law Appellate Tribunal with suitable transitional provisions. The nature of the Rehabilitation and Revival Fund proposed in the Companies (Second Amendment) Act, 2002 to be replaced by Rehabilitation and Insolvency Fund with voluntary contributions linked to entitlements to draw money in a situation of insolvency;

(xviii) A more effective regime for inspections and investigations of companies while laying down the maximum as well as minimum quantum of penalty for each offence with suitable deterrence for repeated defaults. Company is identified as a separate entity for imposition of monetary penalties from the officers in default. In case of fraudulent activities, provisions for recovery and disgorgement have been included;

(xix) Levy of additional fee in a non-discretionary manner for procedural non-compliance, such as late filing of statutory documents, to be enabled through rules. Defaults of procedural nature to be penalised by levy of monetary penalties by the adjudicating officers not below the level of Registrars. The appeals against orders of adjudicating officers to lie with suitably designated higher authorities;

(xx) Special Courts to deal with offences under the Bill. Company matters such as mergers and amalgamations, reduction of capital, insolvency including rehabilitation, liquidations and winding up are proposed to be dealt with by the National Company Law Tribunal.

 

Monday. 6th September 2004

The cabinet has recently accorded its approval to the amendment  to the Companies Act 1956 relating to formation of the National Company Law Tribunals. There will be 25 benches situated in different cities in the country. The bill will be placed before the  next session of the Parliament. The National Company Law Tribunal will be headed by two members. The said National Company Law Tribunal will deal with all the matters handled by BIFR as well as winding up matters of the high courts. (17.10.05)

    

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Application of Law of Torts in claiming Damages from Municipal Corporations for demolition of structures, closure of shops etc:- In many parts of the country, the Municipal Corporations are demolishing structures like shops and houses which existed for number of years. The shops existing for number of years are proposed to be shut down. The affected persons should claim Damages under the Law of Torts, which would be substantial. It is learnt that in Delhi itself about 5 lac shops are to be closed down and about 25 lac persons would be out of jobs. All these persons should file damage suits in the civil court. Since the damages would be substantial, the suits may be filed as Indigent Persons. Since the damages would attract interest, the usual delay by the civil courts will not affect the final outcome. The affected shop owners may discuss the details with us on phone.

Our Articles for Borrowers and Guarantors:- Our articles on DRT matters have been published in the Financial Express. The All India Manufacturers Organisation in its famous web site www.aimoindia.org has reproduced copies of our four articles. These original articles can be searched in the archive of the Financial Express in its web site www.financialexpress.com Two of these articles have been reproduced in other pages of this web site. 

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