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NCLAT: Auditor Cannot be Debarred for 5 Years in Absence of Evidence - (26 Feb 2020)

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National Company Law Appellate Tribunal has set aside an order passed by National Company Law Tribunal in a matter relating to debarring of an auditor for 5 years. The Court has held that though he was negligent, there was no material on record to infer that the auditor had acted fraudulently or misused his position as a statutory auditor.

Tags : NATIONAL COMPANY LAW APPELLATE TRIBUNAL   DEBARRING OF AUDITOR  

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