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The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 book is free and available for every one to download as a pdf. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) is the bankruptcy law of India which seeks to consolidate the existing framework by creating a single law for insolvency and bankruptcy. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2015 was introduced in Lok Sabha in December 2015. Here are some important books given for the book the Insolvency and Bankruptcy code 2016.

Sl.NoBook NameAuthorPublication
1.

Guide to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code

V.S DateyTaxmann 7th Edition
2.

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016

TaxmannTaxmann
3.Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

Jyoti Singh & Vishnu Shriram

Bloomsbury India; Second edition

4.

Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

TaxmannTaxmann 2019 edition
5.The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016CommercialGujarati Law House

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Sections in The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016

PART I – PRELIMINARY

  1. Short title, extent and commencement.
  2. Application.
  3. Definitions.

PART II – INSOLVENCY RESOLUTION AND LIQUIDATION FOR CORPORATE PERSONS

CHAPTER I – PRELIMINARY

  1. Application of this Part.
  2. Definitions.

CHAPTER II – CORPORATE INSOLVENCY RESOLUTION PROCESS

  1. Persons who may initiate corporate insolvency resolution process.
  2. Initiation of corporate insolvency resolution process by financial creditor.
  3. Insolvency resolution by operational creditor.
  4. Application for initiation of corporate insolvency resolution process by operational creditor.
  5. Initiation of corporate insolvency resolution process by corporate applicant.
  6. Persons not entitled to make application.
  7. Time-limit for completion of insolvency resolution process, 12 A. Withdrawal of application admitted under section 7, 9 or 10.
  1. Declaration of moratorium and public announcement.
  2. Moratorium.
  3. Public announcement of corporate insolvency resolution process.
  4. Appointment and tenure of interim resolution professional.
  5. Management of affairs of corporate debtor by interim resolution professional.
  6. Duties of interim resolution professional.
  7. Personnel to extend co-operation to interim resolution professional.
  8. Management of operations of corporate debtor as going concern.
  9. Committee of creditors.
  10. Appointment of resolution professional.
  11. Resolution professional to conduct corporate insolvency resolution process.
  12. Meeting of committee of creditors.
  13. Duties of resolution professional, 25A. Rights and duties of authorized representative of financial creditors.
  1. Application for avoidance of transactions not to affect proceedings.
  2. Replacement of resolution professional by committee of creditors.
  3. Approval of committee of creditors for certain actions.
  4. Preparation of information memorandum, 29A. Person not eligible to be resolution applicant.
  1. Submission of resolution plan.
  2. Approval of resolution plan.
  3. Appeal.

CHAPTER III – LIQUIDATION PROCESS

  1. Initiation of liquidation.
  2. Appointment of liquidator and fee to be paid.
  3. Powers and duties of liquidator.
  4. Liquidation estate.
  5. Powers of liquidator to access information.
  6. Consolidation of claims.
  7. Verification of claims.
  8. Admission or rejection of claims.
  9. Determination of valuation of claims.
  10. Appeal against the decision of liquidator.
  11. Preferential transactions and relevant time.
  12. Orders in case of preferential transactions.
  13. Avoidance of undervalued transactions.
  14. Relevant period for avoidable transactions.
  15. Application by creditor in cases of undervalued transactions.
  16. Order in cases of undervalued transactions.
  17. Transactions defrauding creditors.
  18. Extortionate credit transactions.
  19. Orders of Adjudicating Authority in respect of extortionate credit transactions.
  20. Secured creditor in liquidation proceedings.
  21. Distribution of assets.
  22. Dissolution of corporate debtor.

CHAPTER IV – FAST TRACK CORPORATE INSOLVENCY RESOLUTION PROCESS

  1. Fast track corporate insolvency resolution process.
  2. Time period for completion of fast track corporate insolvency resolution process.
  3. Manner of initiating fast track corporate insolvency resolution process.
  4. Applicability of Chapter II to this Chapter.

CHAPTER V – VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION OF CORPORATE PERSONS

  1. Voluntary liquidation of corporate persons.

CHAPTER VI – ADJUDICATING AUTHORITY FOR CORPORATE PERSONS

  1. Adjudicating Authority for corporate persons.
  2. Appeals and Appellate Authority.
  3. Appeal to Supreme Court.
  4. Civil court not to have jurisdiction.
  5. Expeditious disposal of applications.
  6. Fraudulent or malicious initiation of proceedings.
  7. Fraudulent trading or wrongful trading.
  8. Proceedings under section 66.

CHAPTER VII – OFFENCES AND PENALTIES

  1. Punishment for concealment of property.
  2. Punishment for transactions defrauding creditors.
  3. Punishment for misconduct in course of corporate insolvency resolution process.
  4. Punishment for falsification of books of corporate debtor.
  5. Punishment for willful and material omissions from statements relating to affairs of corporate debtor.
  6. Punishment for false representations to creditors.
  7. Punishment for contravention of moratorium or the resolution plan.
  8. Punishment for false information furnished in application.
  9. Punishment for non-disclosure of dispute or payment of debt by operational creditor.
  10. Punishment for providing false information in application made by corporate debtor.

PART III – INSOLVENCY RESOLUTION AND BANKRUPTCY FOR INDIVIDUALS AND PARTNERSHIP FIRMS

CHAPTER I – PRELIMINARY

  1. Application.
  2. Definitions.

CHAPTER II – FRESH START PROCESS

  1. Eligibility for making an application.
  2. Application for fresh start order.
  3. Appointment of resolution professional.
  4. Examination of application by resolution professional.
  5. Admission or rejection of application by Adjudicating Authority.
  6. Effect of admission of application.
  7. Objections by creditor and their examination by resolution professional.
  8. Application against decision of resolution professional.
  9. General duties of debtor.
  10. Replacement of resolution professional.
  11. Directions for compliance of restrictions, etc.
  12. Revocation of order admitting application.
  13. Discharge order.
  14. Standard of conduct.

CHAPTER III – INSOLVENCY RESOLUTION PROCESS

  1. Application by debtor to initiate insolvency resolution process.
  2. Application by creditor to initiate insolvency resolution process.
  3. Interim moratorium.
  4. Appointment of resolution professional.
  5. Replacement of resolution professional.
  6. Submission of report by resolution professional.
  7. Admission or rejection of application.
  8. Moratorium.
  9. Public notice and claims from creditors.
  10. Registering of claims by creditors.
  11. Preparation of list of creditors.
  12. Repayment plan.
  13. Report of resolution professional on repayment plan.
  14. Summoning of meeting of creditors.
  15. Conduct of meeting of creditors.
  16. Voting rights in meeting of creditors.
  17. Rights of secured creditors in relation to repayment plan.
  18. Approval of repayment plan by creditors.
  19. Report of meeting of creditors on repayment plan.
  20. Notice of decisions taken at meeting of creditors.
  21. Order of Adjudicating Authority on repayment plan.
  22. Effect of order of Adjudicating Authority on repayment plan.
  23. Implementation and supervision of repayment plan.
  24. Completion of repayment plan.
  25. Repayment plan coming to end prematurely.
  26. Discharge order.
  27. Standard of conduct.

CHAPTER IV – BANKRUPTCY ORDER FOR INDIVIDUALS AND PARTNERSHIP FIRMS

  1. Application for bankruptcy.
  2. Application by debtor.
  3. Application by creditor.
  4. Effect of application.
  5. Appointment of insolvency professional as bankruptcy trustee.
  6. Bankruptcy order.
  7. Validity of bankruptcy order.
  8. Effect of bankruptcy order.
  9. Statement of financial position.
  10. Public notice inviting claims from creditors.
  11. Registration of claims.
  12. Preparation of list of creditors.
  13. Summoning of meeting of creditors.
  14. Conduct of meeting of creditors.
  15. Voting rights of creditors.
  16. Administration and distribution of estate of bankruptcy.
  17. Completion of administration.
  18. Discharge order.
  19. Effect of discharge.
  20. Disqualification of bankrupt.
  21. Restrictions on bankrupt.
  22. Modification or recall of bankruptcy order.
  23. Standard of conduct.
  24. Fees of bankruptcy trustee.
  25. Replacement of bankruptcy trustee.
  26. Resignation by bankruptcy trustee.
  27. Vacancy in office of bankruptcy trustee.
  28. Release of bankruptcy trustee.

CHAPTER V – ADMINISTRATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE ESTATE OF THE BANKRUPT

  1. Functions of bankruptcy trustee.
  2. Duties of bankrupt towards bankruptcy trustee.
  3. Rights of bankruptcy trustee.
  4. General powers of bankruptcy trustee.
  5. Approval of creditors for certain acts.
  6. Vesting of estate of bankrupt in bankruptcy trustee.
  7. Estate of bankrupt.
  8. Delivery of property and documents to bankruptcy trustee.
  9. Acquisition of control by bankruptcy trustee.
  10. Restrictions on disposition of property.
  11. After-acquired property of bankrupt.
  12. Onerous property of bankrupt.
  13. Notice to disclaim onerous property.
  14. Disclaimer of leaseholds.
  15. Challenge against disclaimed property.
  16. Undervalued transactions.
  17. Preference transactions.
  18. Effect of order.
  19. Extortionate credit transactions.
  20. Obligations under contracts.
  21. Continuance of proceedings on death of bankrupt.
  22. Administration of estate of deceased bankrupt.
  23. Proof of debt.
  24. Proof of debt by secured creditors.
  25. Mutual credit and set-off.
  26. Distribution of interim dividend.
  27. Distribution of property.
  28. Final dividend.
  29. Claims of creditors.
  30. Priority of payment of debts.

CHAPTER VI – ADJUDICATING AUTHORITY FOR INDIVIDUALS AND PARTNERSHIP FIRMS

  1. Adjudicating authority for individuals and partnership firms.
  2. Civil court not to have jurisdiction.
  3. Appeal to Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunal.
  4. Appeal to Supreme Court.
  5. Expeditious disposal of applications.

CHAPTER VII – OFFENCES AND PENALTIES

  1. Punishment for false information, etc., by creditor in insolvency resolution process.
  2. Punishment for contravention of provisions.
  3. Punishment for false information, concealment, etc., by bankrupt.
  4. Punishment for certain actions.

PART IV – REGULATION OF INSOLVENCY PROFESSIONALS, AGENCIES AND INFORMATION UTILITIES

CHAPTER I – THE INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY BOARD OF INDIA

  1. Establishment and incorporation of Board.
  2. Constitution of Board.
  3. Removal of member from office.
  4. Powers of Chairperson.
  5. Meetings of Board.
  6. Member not to participate in meetings in certain cases.
  7. Vacancies, etc., not to invalidate proceedings of Board, Officers and employees of Board.
  8. Power to designate financial sector regulator.

CHAPTER II – POWERS AND FUNCTIONS OF THE BOARD

  1. Powers and functions of Board.
  2. Constitution of advisory committee, executive committee or other committee.
  3. Con donation of delay.

CHAPTER III – INSOLVENCY PROFESSIONAL AGENCIES

  1. No person to function as insolvency professional agency without valid certificate of registration.
  2. Principles governing registration of insolvency professional agency.
  3. Registration of insolvency professional agency.
  4. Appeal to National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.
  5. Governing Board of insolvency professional agency.
  6. Functions of insolvency professional agencies.
  7. Insolvency professional agencies to make bye-laws.

CHAPTER IV – INSOLVENCY PROFESSIONALS

  1. Enrolled and registered persons to act as insolvency professionals.
  2. Registration of insolvency professionals.
  3. Functions and obligations of insolvency professionals.

CHAPTER V – INFORMATION UTILITIES

  1. No person to function as information utility without certificate of registration.
  2. Registration of information utility.
  3. Appeal to National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.
  4. Governing Board of information utility.
  5. Core services, etc., of information utilities.
  6. Obligations of information utility.
  7. Procedure for submission, etc., of financial information.
  8. Rights and obligations of persons submitting financial information.

CHAPTER VI – INSPECTION AND INVESTIGATION

  1. Complaints against insolvency professional agency or its member or information utility.
  2. Investigation of insolvency professional agency or its member or information utility.
  3. Show cause notice to insolvency professional agency or its member or information utility.
  4. Appointment of disciplinary committee.

CHAPTER VII – FINANCE, ACCOUNTS AND AUDIT

  1. Grants by Central Government.
  2. Board’s Fund.
  3. Accounts and audit.

PART V – MISCELLANEOUS

  1. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Fund.
  2. Power of Central Government to issue directions.
  3. Power of Central Government to supersede Board.
  4. Power of Central Government to notify financial service providers, etc.
  5. Budget.
  6. Annual report.
  7. Delegation.
  8. Bar of jurisdiction.
  9. Members, officers and employees of Board to the public servants.
  10. Protection of action taken in good faith.
  11. Agreements with foreign countries.
  12. Letter of request to a country outside India in certain cases, 235 A. Punishment where no specific penalty or punishment is provided.
  1. Trial of offences by Special Court.
  2. Appeal and revision.
  3. Provisions of this Code to override other laws, 238 A. Limitation.
  1. Power to make rules.
  2. Power to make regulations, 240 A. Application of this Code to micro, small and medium enterprises.
  1. Rules and regulations to be laid before Parliament.
  2. Power to remove difficulties.
  1. Repeal of certain enactments and savings.
  2. Transitional provisions.
  3. Amendments of Act 9 of 1932.
  4. Amendments of Act 1 of 1944.
  5. Amendments of Act 43 of 1961.
  6. Amendments of Act 52 of 1962.
  7. Amendments of Act 51 of 1993.
  8. Amendments of Act 32 of 1994.
  9. Amendments of Act 54 of 2002.
  10. Amendments of Act 1 of 2004.
  11. Amendments of Act 51 of 2007.
  12. Amendments of Act 6 of 2009.
  13. Amendments of Act 18 of 2013.

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  1. Guide to Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code – V.S Datey – Taxmann 7th Edition
  2. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 – Taxmann
  3. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 – Jyoti Singh & Vishnu Shriram – Bloomsbury India; Second edition
  4. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 – Taxmann 2019 edition
  5. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 – Commercial – Gujarati Law House.

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