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Section 18FD -The Industries (Development And Regulation) Act, 1951

The Industries (Development And Regulation) Act, 1951

 

18FD. Decision of Central Government in relation to managed company

 

(1) If, no receipt of the report submitted by the authorised person, the Central Government is satisfied, –

 

(a) In relation to the company owning the industrial undertaking, which is not being wound up by the High Court, that the financial condition and other circumstances of the company are such that it is not in a position to meet its current liabilities out of its current assets, that Government may, if it considers necessary or expedient in the interests of the general public so to do, by order, decide that the industrial undertaking should be sold as a running concern as provided in section 18 FE and proceedings should simultaneously be started for the winding up, by the High Court, of the company;

 

(b) In relation to the company, owning the industrial undertaking, which is being wound up by the High Court, that its assets and liabilities are such that in the interests of its creditors and contributories the industrial undertaking should be sold as a running concern as provided in section 18 FE, it may, by order, decide accordingly;

 

(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), if on receipt of the report submitted by the authored by the authorised person, the Central Government is satisfied that: –

 

(a) In the interests of the general public, or

 

(b) In the interests of the shareholders, or

 

(c) To secure the proper management of the company owning the industrial undertaking,

 

It is necessary so to do, that Government may, by order, decide to prepare a scheme for the reconstruction of the company owning the industrial undertaking:

 

Provided that no such scheme shall be prepared in relation to a company, which is being wound up by or under the supervision of the High Court, except with the previous permission of that court. (3) The powers exercisable by the Central Government under section 18F, in relation to an undertaking taken over under section 18A, shall also be exercisable in relation to an undertaking taken over under section 18 AA or section 18 FA, but such powers shall not be exercised after the making of an order under sub-section (1) or, as the case may be, under sub-section (2) of this section.

 

 

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