NCLT agrees to hear plea alleging mismanagement in real estate firm Omaxe

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has agreed to hear a petition filed against Omaxe Ltd alleging oppression and mismanagement in the affairs of the Delhi-based real estate firm. Terming the matter as "exceptional" and having "compelling circumstances" against the realty firm, a two-member Chandigarh-based NCLT bench has granted the waiver in the filing criteria under Section 244 of the Companies Act, over the plea filed by the Omaxe former joint managing director Sunil Goel and his wife. The tribunal observed that the applicants including Sunil Goel are the shareholders, promoters and were directors of Omaxe Ltd and also have considerable shareholding and interest in its holding company Guild Builders. Moreover, none of the members of Omaxe is eligible to file an application under Section 241 of the Companies Act, 2013 against the company over the allegations of oppression against minority shareholders. While granting the waiver, NCLT observed that individually, the petition

NCLT agrees to hear plea alleging mismanagement in real estate firm Omaxe
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has agreed to hear a petition filed against Omaxe Ltd alleging oppression and mismanagement in the affairs of the Delhi-based real estate firm. Terming the matter as "exceptional" and having "compelling circumstances" against the realty firm, a two-member Chandigarh-based NCLT bench has granted the waiver in the filing criteria under Section 244 of the Companies Act, over the plea filed by the Omaxe former joint managing director Sunil Goel and his wife. The tribunal observed that the applicants including Sunil Goel are the shareholders, promoters and were directors of Omaxe Ltd and also have considerable shareholding and interest in its holding company Guild Builders. Moreover, none of the members of Omaxe is eligible to file an application under Section 241 of the Companies Act, 2013 against the company over the allegations of oppression against minority shareholders. While granting the waiver, NCLT observed that individually, the petition