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NCLT, NCLAT free to regulate virtual hearings as long as link requests considered in fair, transparent non-arbitrary manner: Delhi High Court
The Court added that parties joining virtual hearings are expected to follow the discipline of virtual hearings and not cause unnecessary disturbance.
The Delhi High Court today opined that the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) and the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) are free to regulate their own procedure for virtual hearings as long as they ensure that requests for links were considered in a fair, transparent and non-arbitrary manner (Deepak Kholsa vs National Company Law Appellate Tribunal & ors).
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