Legal Notes related to Consumer Protection Laws
The Hon'ble Supreme Court has now excluded the period of Limitation w.e.f. 15th March, 2020 to 02nd October, 2021. [SMW (C) No. 03 of 2020, Hon'ble Supreme Court of India]
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The article captures the recent amendments brought in to the law governing the MSMEs, and the extent to which its aids them in ensuring the needed liquidity in their businesses.
Should a person, go for an IBC petition before NCLT, or, an ordinary Civil suit, to recover his or her money? Let’s discuss! Is an IBC proceeding a process to recover money?
These are some of the many issues which are puzzling the Litigants today. Because, Courts or Tribunals are working with several restrictions due to the Covid- 19 crisis. And even if some courts have opened their counters, the people (whether the litigants or their advocates, etc.) are apprehensive to visit the courts. And such apprehensions are not unfounded given the various instances of the Court staff and Advocates getting infected.
The Hon'ble High Court of Delhi has, whilst agreeing with Mr. D. Bhattacharya, Advocate, upheld the sanctity of consent Orders. The Hon'ble Court agreed that the concerned Authority had due instructions for recording of the consent Order [Order dt. 09.03.2021m in Co. Pet. No. 455/ 1997, Delhi High Court] # legal updates
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