how to file for NCLT claim and what documents to be attached

How to file claim with IRP. Details of Form and documents to be attached and how to file it.

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Filing of Claim before IRP depends upon the type of claim you are seeking. Under the IBC Code there are 2 types of creditors: Financial and Operational, including workmen and employees. The IBBI (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) Regulations, 2016 specifies different types of forms for the said 2 categories and for workmen and employees. The documents required for filing the claim are mentioned in the said forms. You will have to seek a professional help for filing of your claims.

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If you referring to Jaypee's insolvency proceedings then in terms of latest notification you need to file Form F to raise your claim as home-buyer before the insolvency professional. You will be benefitted by going through the public announcement issued in this regard

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NCLT has appointed a chartered accountant Anuj Jain who is required to prepare a resolution plan and submit it to the court. The plan will then have to be approved by 75 per cent financial creditors (by value) in the committee.
Here's how to file a claim

First, you need to log-in to
Select the form you want to download.
Form C can be submitted online
Form C can only be filed electronically via e-mail.
Form B is for operational creditors
Form C is for financial creditors
Homebuyers can file any one of the two forms
Please note that merely because the claim may have been filed in a wrong form by a Creditor will not disqualify the claim from being considered.
Further, if any Creditor fails to file proof of claim or complete proof of claim alongwith the form will also not disqualify the claim from being considered. Such proof can be filed at a later date but not later than approval of resolution plan.
The forms must be sent to Interim Resolution Professional/ Resolution Professional before the resolution plan is worked out, which can take a maximum of 270 days.

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Hello client, As per your question is concerned it related to nclt claim .in this matter we have know what is ur claim how much is the amount what proceeding are going on in the matter in which u want to file the claim.for filling claim u need an advocate.thanks

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