National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, Delhi (NCLAT): The Coram of Justice Ashok Bhushan (Chairperson) and Shreesha Merla (Technical Member) held that decision taken by the class of Homebuyers will be binding on all the homebuyers.

An appeal was filed against the Order passed by the Adjudicating Authority (NCLT, New Delhi).

The observation of Adjudicating Authority was that the class of Homebuyers were already represented in the matter and the applicant had already filed the application question rejection of the claim which was still pending before the Adjudicating Authority. The intervention applications were rejected.

Appellant’s Counsel submitted that even the authorized representation of the Homebuyer was not being provided for the facts and information and hence, the appellant filed an Intervention Application.

Analysis and Decision

Tribunal held that the appellant as a homebuyer had to go with the class of Homebuyers and the decision taken by the class of Homebuyers was binding.

The authorised representative in the event of any difficulty, it is always open for him to approach the Resolution Professional and Adjudicating Authority, if so required.

Concluding the matter, Tribunal held that the Adjudicating Authority did not commit any error in rejecting the Intervention Application of the appellant and there was no merit in the appeal. [Sandeep Kumar Jain v. Anil Tayal Resolution Professions of AVJ Developers (India) (P) Ltd., 2022 SCC OnLine NCLAT 187, decided on 27-4-2022]

Advocates before the Tribunal:

For Appellant: Mr. Harshit Aggarwal, Advocates.

For Respondent: Mr. Abhishek Anand and Mr. Karan Kohli, Advocates for RP.

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