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NCLT dismisses Mistry firms' petition against Tata Sons

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

The Tribunal (NCLT) here today dismissed a by two firms belonging to Cyrus Mistry's family, seeking waiver of an eligibility condition for moving the forum against Tata Sons.

An NCLT bench of B S V Prakash Kumar and V Nallasenapathy said, "The waiver is dismissed, the company dismissed."



The two firms had sought to challenge Mistry's ouster from Tata Sons last year and alleged that there was mismanagement and oppression of minority shareholders.

They urged the NCLT to use its discretion and waive an eligibility condition for filing such a

The tribunal had held last month that the plea was not maintainable, because the petitioner firms did not meet one of the eligibility criteria prescribed by the Companies Act.

The two Mistry family firms contended that under the Act, the tribunal can waive a requirement that petitioner should hold at least one-tenth of 'issued share capital' of the company, or represent at least one-tenth of the company's minority shareholders.

Tata Sons had argued that if preference capital was also considered, the petitioner firms held only 2.17 per cent of the total issued share capital of Tata Sons.

Mistry was removed as Chairman of Tata Sons, the holding firm of Tata Group, one of the country's largest conglomerates, last October.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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NCLT dismisses Mistry firms' petition against Tata Sons

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) here today dismissed a petition by two firms belonging to Cyrus Mistry's family, seeking waiver of an eligibility condition for moving the forum against Tata Sons. An NCLT bench of B S V Prakash Kumar and V Nallasenapathy said, "The waiver is dismissed, the company petition dismissed." The two firms had sought to challenge Mistry's ouster from Tata Sons last year and alleged that there was mismanagement and oppression of minority shareholders. They urged the NCLT to use its discretion and waive an eligibility condition for filing such a petition. The tribunal had held last month that the plea was not maintainable, because the petitioner firms did not meet one of the eligibility criteria prescribed by the Companies Act. The two Mistry family firms contended that under the Act, the tribunal can waive a requirement that petitioner should hold at least one-tenth of 'issued share capital' of the company, or represent at ... The Tribunal (NCLT) here today dismissed a by two firms belonging to Cyrus Mistry's family, seeking waiver of an eligibility condition for moving the forum against Tata Sons.

An NCLT bench of B S V Prakash Kumar and V Nallasenapathy said, "The waiver is dismissed, the company dismissed."

The two firms had sought to challenge Mistry's ouster from Tata Sons last year and alleged that there was mismanagement and oppression of minority shareholders.

They urged the NCLT to use its discretion and waive an eligibility condition for filing such a

The tribunal had held last month that the plea was not maintainable, because the petitioner firms did not meet one of the eligibility criteria prescribed by the Companies Act.

The two Mistry family firms contended that under the Act, the tribunal can waive a requirement that petitioner should hold at least one-tenth of 'issued share capital' of the company, or represent at least one-tenth of the company's minority shareholders.

Tata Sons had argued that if preference capital was also considered, the petitioner firms held only 2.17 per cent of the total issued share capital of Tata Sons.

Mistry was removed as Chairman of Tata Sons, the holding firm of Tata Group, one of the country's largest conglomerates, last October.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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NCLT dismisses Mistry firms' petition against Tata Sons

The Tribunal (NCLT) here today dismissed a by two firms belonging to Cyrus Mistry's family, seeking waiver of an eligibility condition for moving the forum against Tata Sons.

An NCLT bench of B S V Prakash Kumar and V Nallasenapathy said, "The waiver is dismissed, the company dismissed."

The two firms had sought to challenge Mistry's ouster from Tata Sons last year and alleged that there was mismanagement and oppression of minority shareholders.

They urged the NCLT to use its discretion and waive an eligibility condition for filing such a

The tribunal had held last month that the plea was not maintainable, because the petitioner firms did not meet one of the eligibility criteria prescribed by the Companies Act.

The two Mistry family firms contended that under the Act, the tribunal can waive a requirement that petitioner should hold at least one-tenth of 'issued share capital' of the company, or represent at least one-tenth of the company's minority shareholders.

Tata Sons had argued that if preference capital was also considered, the petitioner firms held only 2.17 per cent of the total issued share capital of Tata Sons.

Mistry was removed as Chairman of Tata Sons, the holding firm of Tata Group, one of the country's largest conglomerates, last October.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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