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Sec. 14(1)(d) of IBC statutorily freezes ‘occupation’ of property handed over under a Joint Development Agreement

February 27, 2020[2020] 114 taxmann.com 655 (SC)
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IBC : Section 14(1)(d), when it speaks about recovery of property 'occupied', does not refer to rights or interests created in property but only actual physical occupation of property. Thus, section 14(1)(d) will apply to statutorily freeze 'occupation' that may have been handed over under a Joint Development Agreement

[Rajendra K. Bhuta v. Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority [2019] 101 taxmann.com 413 (NCL - AT) - reversed.]

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