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Advocate Kunal Vajani

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LawRatoAnand Lok, Delhi
LawRato21 years Experience
Practice Areas
Anticipatory Bail, Arbitration, Banking / Finance, Criminal, Divorce, Domestic Violence, High Court, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate, Supreme Court
Language(s) Spoken: English, Hindi
Advocate Kunal Vajani is a leading independent dispute resolution practitioner based in New Delhi. Mr. Vajani has been reported as a Notable Practitioner by Chambers and Partner Asia Pacific for the years 2016 to 2018.

Armed with a law degree [LLB] from Government Law College, Mumbai, India, and masters [LLM] from Harvard Law School, Boston, USA. Mr. Vajani is also qualified as a Solicitor, Supreme Court of England & Wales.

With effect from July 2018 the World Council of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Paris appointed Mr. Vajani as a Court Member (India) of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris for a term of 3 [three] years. Previously, since July 2016 Mr. Vajani was an Alternate Court Member (India) of the ICC International Court of Arbitration, Paris. Mr. Vajani is also an ex-officio member of the Executive Committee of ICC, India.

He specializes in litigation [civil & corporate criminal] as well as arbitration matters [both domestic & international commercial]. Mr. Vajani and has represented clients in various leading matters relating to amalgamations / mergers / demergers, cable and telecom disputes, challenges to central / state government policies, challenges to policies of electricity distribution companies and orders of regulatory commissions, competition, constitutional litigation, corporate crimes, derivative actions, direct and indirect tax [income tax, service tax and entertainment duty], environment, enemy property laws, foreign exchange, infrastructure disputes, intellectual property litigation, insolvency, natural gas and petroleum disputes, partnership disputes, private equity investment disputes, public and private trusts, prevention of money laundering, real estate disputes, rehabilitation and restructuring of companies involving capital restructuring, recovery of debts including NCDs, FCCBs, OCBs, documentary credits, shareholder litigations, smugglers and foreign exchange manipulators laws, testamentary matters and winding up proceedings.

He has vast experience in many landmark ad-hoc as well as institutional arbitrations in the field of Business / Partnership Disputes, Banking & Finance, Family Disputes, Infrastructure Projects, Mining, Natural Resources, Private Equity & Debt, and Real Estate.

The various fora before which Mr. Vajani regularly appears includes the Supreme Court of India, various High Courts, District Courts, City Civil Courts, Sessions Courts and Magistrates’ Courts, Arbitral Tribunals [Domestic / International Commercial], Appellate Tribunal for Electricity, Appellate Tribunal for Forfeited Property (PMLA, SAFEMA, NDPSA), National Company Law Tribunal, National Company Law Appellate Tribunal, National Green Tribunal, Competition Commission, Consumer Disputes Redressal Commissions, Electricity Regulatory Commissions and quasi-judicial authorities.

Advocate Vajani enrolled with the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa in 2003.

Enrollment Number : MAH/2398/2003
  • Appellate Tribunal For Electricity, Delhi
  • Competition Commission of India
  • Delhi High Court
  • National Commission (NCDRC)
  • National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), New Delhi
  • National Green Tribunal (NGT)
  • Supreme Court Of India

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Questions Answered by Advocate Kunal Vajani

Q: Inability to pay Credit Card due to unemployment......................

Hi, I have some credit card overdue for sometime. I don't have a job for sometime and due to which I am unable to pay my minimum amount due as well for last couple of months. What action bank can take in this situation. ? What can I do to get it defer for sometime or settle on low EMI.Thanks & RegardsRupesh Nigam

Advocate Kunal Vajani answered
Kindly reach out the concerned Bank Officers for surrendering the Credit Card and also arriving at a settlement for payment installments of smaller amounts by way of post dated cheques. There is also an option to have the outstanding amount of debt converted into a term / property loan by providing security to the bank towards repayment of the same.

Q: Rights of wife after 15 years of marriage

I m hindu and got married in 2014 and have a 13 years son out if this marriage. I am living separate from my husband in a rented house from last 4 years because of his torture n physical abusive nature. I am teaching in a school. my parents are no more. What are my legal rights? How can i financilly secure my son and me? How can i get divorce fast?

Advocate Kunal Vajani answered
It would be advisable for you to file appropriate proceedings seeking divorce as well as alimony and maintenance both for yourself and the son before the Family Court in the jurisdiction where you presently reside. In the event the proceedings are contested by your husband, the same would take time for disposal as you would need to undergo trial.

Q: Chargesheet Submission in Court and Summoning Stage

If the Chargesheet is filed in the Court and Summons issued , then what best option is available?Can Discharge be filed or Bail is to be taken first?

Advocate Kunal Vajani answered
It would be imperative to seek Bail and thereafter obtain the certified copy of the Charge Sheet [along with all its exhibits / supporting documents] and thereafter immediately move an application for seeking a discharge.

Q: Can a bank debit client's account after issuing no dues certificate

I want to ask if a bank has issued no dues certificate on 25.07.18 and handover to client on 14.08.18 can they debit the clients account on 28.08.18

Advocate Kunal Vajani answered
Post issuance of the No Dues Certificate on 25.07.2018 [unless qualified and/or conditional] ordinarily the Bank would not be justified to thereafter debit the account of the customer in any manner whatsoever.

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