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1.India Jumps up 79 positions in World Bank Doing Business Rankings

India improves from 142 in 2014 to 63 in 2019 in World Bank's Doing Business Rankings


2.Bombay High Court sets up panel to liquidate HDIL assets

The Bombay High Court (HC) on January 15 ordered setting up of a three-member panel to evaluate and sells assets of the embattled Housing Development and Infrastructure (HDIL). The fund thus accumulated would be used to pay off the debt the builder owes crisis-hit PMC Bank.


3.Buyers move Supreme Court against government move to tweak Insolvency Code

Buyers move Supreme Court against government move to tweak Insolvency Code


4.IBC: Three years of hits and misses

There has been a steady rise in CIRP cases in real estate


5.Code of Conduct: Homebuyers Find a Place in IBC

Together, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code and the Real-Estate Act 2016 will bring positive change to the interaction between home buyers and developers.


6.IBC offers little respite to resolution of stressed construction companies

202 construction entities facing financial stress have entered the CIRP and are falling behind considerably


7.RBI’s new stressed assets resolution framework now well-balanced

The framework puts the onus on banks to devise a suitable resolution plan


8.Fight for RERA to secure homebuyers’ interest!

Fight for RERA, a pressure group working to protect the interests of homebuyers, has requested the prime minister for an amendment to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016, to safeguard interests of homebuyers. The group argues that companies should not be allowed to hide behind the code as homebuyers suffer.


9.IBC changes will hasten resolution of stressed assets

The recent amendments to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) are an earnest attempt to address a number of issues faced in the ongoing stressed assets cases and will help reduce timelines, enhance transparency and improve realisations from their resolution.


10.The amendment in the Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 will help construct a mutual bridge between financiers and infrastructure developers

It’s a bold and gamechanging Budget; the government has focused on higher spending in rural economy, agriculture, housing and infrastructure, and yet maintained the best standards of fiscal prudence. The Finance Minister has kept in mind the need to continue with strong economic reforms, promote higher investments and accelerate growth, particularly is sectors such as railways, roadways, and solar energy. It is a very good budget, I would like rate to 8 out of 10.


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