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Merger control for IRPs: Do acquisitions of distressed firms warrant competition scrutiny?
(Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, 2020-05-08)
In July 2019, the Competition Law Review Committee Report had recommended that Insolvency Resolution Plans (IRP) which result in combinations should be green-channelled. This would mean that IRP combinations would be ...
Right of recourse claims based on latent defects in the nuclear energy sector in India: brace yourself for fact-intensive disputes
(Journal of Global Operations and Strategic Sourcing, 2020)
This paper analyses how a case were to unfold if an operator of a nuclear installation were to exercise its right of recourse against a supplier in the event of supply of equipment or material with latent defects, as ...
The doctrine of frustration under section 56 of the Indian Contract Act
(Indian Law Review, 2020)
The performance of obligations under a contract may be hindered by unexpected supervening events, leading to contractual uncertainties. The doctrine of frustration paves the way for a just consequence of such an unfortunate ...
An exploration of public risk perception and governmental engagement of nuclear energy in India
(Journal of Public Affairs, 2020)
Public acceptance constitutes an important factor in successfully establishing and operating nuclear power plants. This paper explores public attitudes to the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project commissioned in 2013 and ...
The law of restitution for unjust enrichment in India
(Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly, 2020)
The law of restitution for unjust enrichment is among the most debated private law topics today. It has been invoked to justify the right to restitution in cases which fall outside the scope of contract law. Despite being ...
Law does not permit any relief to Mistrys once their case on oppression failed
(Financial Express, 2021-09-18)
Apartment buyers as financial creditors: pushing the conceptual limits of the Indian insolvency regime
(Columbia Journal of Asian Law, 2020-06-01)
A unique feature of the Indian insolvency regime is its classification of debt into “operational” and “financial” debt. In Swiss Ribbons v. Union of India, the Supreme Court of India tenaciously upheld the difference between ...