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FRL: NCLT to hear Amazon's plea opposing insolvency proceedings on June 10

A plea seeking initiation of insolvency resolution proceedings against FRL was filed by Bank of India (BoI), the lead banker in the consortium of lenders to the company.

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Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 



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Amazon had opposed the insolvency application alleging that BoI had colluded with FRL and that any bankruptcy proceedings at this stage will compromise the e-commerce company's rights.

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) will hear Amazon's petition opposing initiation of insolvency resolution proceedings against debt-ridden Ltd on June 10.

A plea seeking initiation of insolvency resolution proceedings against FRL was filed by (BoI), the lead banker in the consortium of lenders to the company.

On Monday, the Mumbai bench of the tribunal held a virtual hearing in the matter. BoI's petition is yet to be admitted.

Against this backdrop, the tribunal on Monday said it will hear Amazon's petition on June 10.

On May 12, had filed an intervention application under Section 65 of the that deals with provisions relating to penalty for fraudulent or malicious initiation of proceedings.

had opposed the insolvency application alleging that BoI had colluded with FRL and that any bankruptcy proceedings at this stage will compromise the e-commerce company's rights.

It was the third time that the NCLT, on Monday, decided to have another hearing before deciding on admitting BoI's petition against FRL.

At the virtual hearing, BoI counsel Ravi Kadam said the lender was planning to file an injunction to dismiss Amazon's petition on the grounds that it was not maintainable.

In April, BoI had moved the tribunal seeking to initiate insolvency resolution proceedings against FRL, which has defaulted on loan repayments.

FRL has defaulted on payment of Rs 5,322.32 crore to its lenders amid the ongoing litigations with and other related issues. Future Group's proposed deal with Reliance, which was opposed by Amazon, also fell through.

In March, the lender through a public notice claimed its charge over the assets of FRL and warned the public against dealing with assets of the Kishore Biyani-led firm.

(Only the headline and picture of this report may have been reworked by the Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)


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First Published: Mon, June 06 2022. 19:37 IST

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