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BankDRT:: Debts Recovery Tribunal ( DRT, DRT Auctions, DRT Act, DRT Rules) SRFAESI Act

The country's foreign exchange reserves touches $ 635.36 billion for the period April-September 2021.



Media abuzz about Government likely to take final call on cryptocurrency; SEBI, RBI likely to regulate it.



Non registration of bore wells by 31st March 2022 to attract hefty costs and penalties. MSME units should be cautious.



Mortarium on coercive actions under SARFAESI Act becomes ineffective. SCI refuses to take cognizance of actions by Banks and FIs.



Prosecutions before PMLA Courts has started moving hand in hand with proceedings before DRT and NCLT.



Morbi Ceramic units face heat from Gujrat High Court. MSME units must factor environmental issues in their functioning.





Plan for Digital Currency lest you may perish.

The Reserve Bank of India is likely to start experimenting with Digital Currencies   by about December 2021. MSME Units and Start Ups  must get ready to adapt for doing business via Digital Currencies, as otherwise they may suffer heavily and may perhaps even perish.

 

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Revenue Recovery Act can be invoked to execute decrees: Kerala High Court

Banks can resort to Revenue Recovery Act to recover their dues even as their execution petition is pending before the civil court. Both the acts are mutually exclusive and there is no illegality if both the modes are resorted to simultaneously.

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Don’t litigate as a reflex action.

The moment a Notice is received from a Bank, most borrowers simply litigate as if in a reflex action. A good advocate will help you understand the best way out of a situation, and, in a  most profitable way out.

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Should MSME units be worried when RBI fines a Bank?

When Reserve Bank of India (RBI) fines a Bank what does it signify to the common man.  What should MSME Units do?  Is it a cause of concern? Should they be worried?  Will it effect their business?  We examine the issues.

 

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Metro Exporters P. Ltd. & Another v. State Bank of India & Others

Decision by Supreme Court of India

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Ram Kishun & Ors. vs. State of U.P. & Ors.

Only so much of asset should sold as is necessary to repay the debt.  Sale of excess assets is fatal to the auction.

Long possession should not be disturbed as the auction purchaser could have made substantial investments on the land and constructed buildings etc.

While challenging a auction sale, it is necessary that all persons who were party to the proceedings, at any stage should,  should be made party to the case. Leaving out parties would be fatal to the case and the Court cannot proceed to hear  the case.

 

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Bharat International & Anr Vs. State Bank of Travancore & Anr.

Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum can hear a complaint of a person, against whom the DRT has passed an order of Recovery

The issue before the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission is different from the one before the Debt Recovery Tribunal

The Consumer Dispute Redressal Forums cannot hear complaints on the amounts decreed by the Debt Recovery Tribunals.

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FAQ on BANKING OMBUDSMAN

1. What is Banking Ombudsman Scheme?
2. Who is a Banking Ombudsman?
3. Where all is Banking Ombudsman located?
4. Does the Banking Ombudsman scheme cover credit card issues?
5. How is Banking Ombudsman different from a Consumer Court?

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FAQ on COUNTER CLAIMS

1. What are Counter claims before the Debts Recovery Tribunal?
2. Do I have to pay a fee for filing my counter claim application before the Debts Recovery Tribunal?
3. I expect the Bank to file an application against me in the Debts Recovery Tribunal. Can I file my counter claim in the Debts Recovery Tribunal in anticipation of the bank filing an claim against me in the DRT?
4. I want to file an application against the Bank in the Debts Recovery Tribunal under Section. 17(1) of the SRFAESI Act. Can I include counter claim against the Bank in this application?
5. What should the counter claim before the Debts Recovery Tribunal be based upon?

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FAQ on CONSUMER COURT

1. How are consumer courts different from Debts Recovery Tribunal?
2. Can a borrower go to Consumer Court?
3. Can one approach the Consumer Court even as the case is pending before the Debts Recovery Tribunal?
4. Can the same issues be raised before the Consumer court as were raised before the Debts Recovery Tribunal?
5. Can the amount arrived at by the Debts Recovery Tribunal be discussed before the Consumer Court?

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