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by Ayush K. Singh and Vanshika Sharma Introduction On May 7, 2018, the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi issued a landmark judgement in dismissing the suit filed by the Union of India (“Plaintiff”) and refused to hinder second international arbitration initiated by Vodafone Plc. against the plaintiff under the India-United Kingdom Bilateral Investment Protection Agreement (BIPA/BIT) in 2017. The Delhi High Court ruled that multiple claims under different BITs did not per se give riseApril 11, 2023
by Adv. Vaibhav Shahi & Mr. Lakshay Tewari Decoding the Latest Judgement of the Supreme Court clarifying that Section 138 of NI act does not treat the amount to be paid on instrument, as a debt if the previous part payment is not indorsed. Dismissing the appeal filed against the judgment of the Hon’ble Gujrat High Court, the apex court held that if a part payment is made in respect to a “legally owned debt”,October 15, 2022
Common Directors under Section 48A of the Insurance Act, 1938 & New Framework under the 2022 Circular
by Arohan Pattnaik* Background of the Appointments before the new Framework Section 48A of the Insurance Act, 1938 (“Act”) prohibited the nomination of the same individual to the Board of Directors (“Board”) of both an insurer and an insurance intermediary (brokers, corporate agents, and web aggregators) (“Common Director”). But this was subject to the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (“IRDAI”). IRDAI had the authority to allow an intermediary to serve on the Board ofOctober 6, 2022
by Tanya Shrotriya* A voluntary liquidation is a self-imposed wind-up and dissolution of a company that has been approved by its shareholders. Such a decision will happen once a company’s leadership decides that the company has no reason to continue operating. The purpose of a voluntary liquidation is to terminate a company’s operations, wrap-up its financial affairs, and dismantle its corporate structure in an orderly fashion, while paying back creditors according to their assigned priority. AApril 19, 2022