About:

  • The Companies Act of 2013 was used to form the company.

Functions:

  • It hears appeals from the following orders:
  • The National Creditors’ Litigation Tribunal (NCLT) was established in 2016 under Section 61 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC).
  • Sections 202 and 211 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) are used by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India.
  • India’s Competition Commission (CCI).

Composition:

  • After consultation with the Chief Justice of India, the President of the Tribunal, as well as the chairperson and judicial members of the Appellate Tribunal, will be chosen.
  • The Tribunal Members and Technical Members will be nominated based on the recommendations of a Selection Committee that includes:
  • Chairman: Chief Justice of India or his nominee.
  • Member: a senior Supreme Court judge or a Chief Justice of the High Court.
  • Member of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs’ Secretariat.
  • Member of the Ministry of Law and Justice’s Secretary.
  • Member of the Ministry of Finance’s Department of Financial Services Secretary.

Eligibility:

  • Chairperson — Must be or have been a Supreme Court judge or the Chief Justice of the High Court.
  • Judicial Member – Is or has been a High Court judge or a judicial member of a tribunal for at least 5 years.
  • Technical member– A person of demonstrated skill, honesty, and standing who has at least 25 years of special knowledge and expertise (in specified areas).

Term:

  • The chairperson and members have a 5-year term of office and can be reappointed for another 5-year term.

Source The Hindu

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