NCLT | Personal Guarantor not liable to be prosecuted under S. 95 IBC where corporate debtor concerned is not under corporate insolvency resolution process

National Company Law Tribunal

National Company Law Tribunal, Mumbai: Coram of H.V. Subba Rao, Judicial Member and Chandra Bhan Singh, Technical Member dismissed an interlocutory application filed against a personal guarantor under Section 95 (“application by creditor to initiate insolvency resolution process”) of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, finding that the Corporate Debtor concerned was not under Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process.

The instant Interlocutory Application was filed by the Financial Creditor under Section 95 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code against the personal guarantor.

Further, on an enquiry from the Bench, it came out that the Corporate Debtor for which the personal guarantee had been given was not under Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process.

Hence, the present Interlocutory Application cannot be prosecuted and therefore the IA was disposed of. [Altico Capital India Ltd. v. Rajesh Patel, IA 1062 of 2021, decided on 9-07-2021]


Advocates before the Tribunal:

For the Personal Guarantor: Nausher Kohli

Samit Shukla, Associate Partner and Yash Dhruva, Associate i/b DSK Legal

For the Creditor: Faizan Mithaiwala

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