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Delhi HC: Parties Can’t be Referred to Arbitration When Moratorium Issued by NCLAT - (23 Dec 2022)

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Delhi High Court has held that moratorium granted by NCLAT after resolution process is initiated against it is akin to an order of moratorium passed under Section 14 of IBC; thus, in view of moratorium issued by NCLAT, Corporate Debtor can’t be referred to arbitration.

Tags : DELHI HIGH COURT   MORATORIUM   NCLAT   ARBITRATION   IBC  

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