NCLAT Judgement NCLAT Judgement

3 years ago

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NCLAT passed a judgement against NCLT Order and directed NCLT to rehear the issues. In the judgement it is not clarify who will inform the NCLT about the directions and judgement whether NCLAT registry or the party itself.

Now what should party do? Whether party should file an application in NCLT with the Judgement copy of NCLAT or should wait for NCLAT registry to inform the NCLT?

If party can directly file an application in NCLT, in such case, what type of application it should be and what all details should be filed?

Rajagopal Sripathi

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You should file an application at NCLT with judgment copy of NCLAT and ask the bench which heard the petition earlier to rehear the case.
Order 41, Rule 23 CPC is the applicable section
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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar

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A.The aggrieved party must approach the NCLT
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