NCLT (National Co. Law Tribunal)

Our firm has a vast knowledge in handling all types of NCLT matters with start to end point. We can help in providing depth knowledge and consultancy in NCLT procedures. We also provide consultancy services for voluntary liquidation of Companies. We have established association with reputed legal firms to cases with NCLT Benches. All the needs of the client with regard to making an application with NCLT / NCLAT are taken care of.

National Company Law Tribunal is a quasi-judicial body to regulate and resolve civil corporate disputes. The power to establish National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) was derived from Article 245 of the Indian Constitution and the tribunal was established under the Companies Act, 2013. This introduction of National Company Law Tribunal has dissolved the Company Law Board,it has made an effort to provide a clear picture of laws relating to the laws under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws have had a much needed overhaul with the coming into force of the recent Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code in 2016. We, at PRATUL AGRAWAL & ASSOCIATES indulge in providing with the advisories with respect to various facets of I & B Code such as advisory on Corporate debts, insolvency crisis and other strategy for insolvency resolution.

Our formidable team of professionals has a rich experience and expertise in matters pertaining to Companies Act and Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code (IBC) before National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and other aspects of Business and Corporate Laws in India including incorporation of companies, Corporate restructuring, Applications under the Companies Act, 2013. We also render services of drafting of all types of commercial agreements such as franchise, agency, distribution, leasing, licensing, technology transfer, manufacturing and joint ventures.

PRATUL AGRAWAL & ASSOCIATES offers a line of services under Bankruptcy and insolvency laws:
1. Consultancy in Insolvency and Bankruptcy.
2. Advising secured and unsecured creditors on various aspects relating to claims against companies under Bankruptcy.
3. Assisting Bankruptcy.
4. Working in courts, tribunals including before National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT).
5. Handling cases on behalf of liquidators and receivers.
6. Conversion of Public Company into Private Company
7. Change in Financial Year of companies registered in India.
8. Tribunal Convened General Meetings (AGM or EGOM).
9. Amalgamation and Merger
10. Restructuring and winding up of companies.

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