Madhya Pradesh Companies To Fall Under NCLT,Ahmedabad

Madhya Pradesh Companies To Fall Under NCLT,Ahmedabad
All companies of Madhya Pradesh (M.P) with share paid up capital upto or less than Rs 50 Lakhs will fall under the jurisdiction of National Company Law Tribunal(NCLT),Ahmedabad.
In case, such companies have share paid up capital higher  than Rs 50 Lakhs then, it will fall under the jurisdiction of New Delhi or Principal NCLT Bench, as applicable.
The matters of companies situated in Madhya Pradesh(M.P)which was lying with erstwhile Company Law Board(CLB) will be transferred to NCLT,Ahmedabad and shall be dealt on those dates if any dates were already fixed and granted by CLB.
The jurisdiction has been specified for all such NCLT benches by a notification dated 01.06.2016. The details of jurisdiction can be referred on

NCLT,Ahmedabad To Be Operational From 1st August 2016
National Company Law Tribunal Rules,2016 Notified
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