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SPECIAL LEAVE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION

 

IN THE MATTER OF:

 

Special Leave Petition under Article 136

of the Constitution of India

AND

 

IN THE MATTER OF:

 

ABC Company Ltd., a company registered under the Companies Act, 1956 through&&&

Chairman/Managing Director, the company having its registered office at&&&&&

 

Versus

 

1 . & & & & & & & & S / o & & & & & & & & R / o & & & & & & & &

2 . Union of India through the Secretary, Ministry of Corporate Affairs, New Delhi.

3 . The Registrar of Companies&&&&&&&&

 

&Respondents

May it please the Hon’ble Chief Justice of India and His Lordship’s Companion Judges of the Supreme

 

Court. The petitioner-appellant-(company)

 

 

MOST RESPECTFULLY SHOWETH:

  1. That the petitioner is a company duly incorporated under the provisions of the Companies Act,

having its registered office at&&&&&&&& and is challenging by way of this Special Leave

petition the judgment

and order of the High Court of&&&&&&&& dated ……………………… in proceeding under

Section

&&&&&&&& of the Companies Act, 1956.

  1. That the questions of law involved in this matter are as follows:

(a) Whether the High Court has fallen into error in taking the view that&&&&&&&&?

(b) Whether it would be a good ground for winding up of the petitioner-company that two of its

directors are not on speaking terms and there is, thus, a deadlock in the administration of the

affairs of the company.

 

or

 

[Here state any other ground that has been taken by the respondents or any of the

respondents seeking the relief of winding up of the company from the High Court or any

other relief &&&&&&&&].

(c) W h e t h e r & & & & & & & & & & & & & & & &

  1. That respondent No. 1 herein had filed a petition before the Hon’ble High Court

of&&&&&&&& seeking the relief&&&&&&&& which petition was contested by the

petitioner-company inter alia on the grounds that&&&&&&&&

  1. That the High Court after hearing the parties through their respective counsel allowed the said

 

petition, holding that sufficient grounds had been made out for winding up of the petitioner-

company (or any other relief claimed in the petition before the High Court).

 

  1. That the aforesaid findings and the final judgement/order of the High Court are assailed on the

following, amongst, other.

 

GROUNDS:

 

5.1 That_____________________________________

5.2 That________________________________________

5.3 That___________________________________________

  1. That the petitioner has not filed any appeal or other proceeding relating to this matter in this

Hon’ble Court or any other Court.

 


 

RELIEF

 

in the matter and to allow the appeal, set aside the impugned judgement/order passed by the High Court

and dismiss the petition filed by the respondent (No. &&&&&&&&) in the High Court.

 

PETITIONER

 

AFFIDAVIT

 

IN THE HON’BLE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA

 

IN THE MATTER OF:

 

&Petitioner

 

Versus

 

1 . . . . . . . . . . . & & & & & & & &

2 . . . . . . . . . . . & & & & & & & &

3 . . . . . . . . . . . & & & & & & & &

 

&Respondent

 

AFFIDAVIT

 

I, &&&&&&&&company through the petitioner in the Special Leave Petition titled as above do hereby

solemnly affirm and state as under:

  1. That I am the Chairman/Managing Director etc. of the petitioner-company and am fully aware of and aware of the relevant facts concerning to the matter in this petition.
  2. The content accompanying to the Special Leave Petition are true and correct to my knowledge and belief.
  3. No relevant facts have been concealed or kept back to the SLP.

I further solemnly affirms (Name) (Place) that the above averments are true and correct. Nothing has been concealed or kept back.

Deponent

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