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Sunil Goel allowed to inspect documents of Guild Builders over alleged mismanagement


Devdiscourse News Desk new delhi Last Updated at 27-11-2018 15:15:19 IST India

Sunil Goel, who has dragged his elder brother and Omaxe Chairman Rohtas Goel to the NCLT alleging mismanagement in the company, has been allowed by the tribunal's Chandigarh bench to inspect the documents of its promoter company, Guild Builders.

A two-member bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT), Chandigarh, has asked Guild Builders to file its reply over the petitioner's (Sunil Goel) plea to pass interim directions restraining the company to pledge its remaining shares in Omaxe India.

"Having heard the learned senior counsel for both the parties, we deem it appropriate that the reply of the respondents should be filed for disposal of the prayer regarding pledging/encumbering of the shares," the tribunal said in its order dated November 16, 2018.

Guild Builders is the holding company of Omaxe.

Listing the matter on December 21 for the next hearing, the tribunal has directed the respondents to file the reply at least a week before the date and serving an advance copy to the opposite side.

"Meanwhile, Respondent No. 1 company (Guild Builders) is directed to allow inspection of the record/registers during business hours and take extract copies as asked for as per Section 171 of the Companies Act, 2013," the bench said.

Meanwhile, in a separate matter filed by Sunil Goel against Omaxe, the company sought time to file a reply, which the NCLT has agreed and directed to list the matter for December 21 for next hearing.

Sunil Goel, who was removed as a joint managing director last year, also sought his reinstatement and prayed for a status quo ante of the company on September 27, 2017.

Omaxe group had termed the allegations of Sunil Goel as "false and frivolous".

During the last hearing on September 19, the NCLT observed that the petitioner has only 1.84 per cent stake in Omaxe and has sought a special waiver under Section 244 of the Companies Act to be eligible to file such a matter.

In his petition, Sunil Goel has asked the NCLT to declare that his elder brother Rohtas "is acting in an oppressive manner against him" and remove him from the post of chairman-cum-managing director of the company.

He has also requested the NCLT to declare his elder sibling "guilty of misappropriation and misutilisation of funds" of Omaxe.

Sunil Goel has also asked that an independent person is appointed as chairman, besides freezing of sale and alienating assets of the company.

(With inputs from agencies.)


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