SC asks Jaiprakash Associates to deposit additional Rs 1,000 cr by 15 June; so far realty firm has deposited only Rs 750 cr

On submission of this amount, the liquidation proceedings against Jaypee Infratech limited (JIL), a subsidiary of holding company JAL, shall remain stayed,

PTI May 16, 2018 16:15:36 IST
SC asks Jaiprakash Associates to deposit additional Rs 1,000 cr by 15 June; so far realty firm has deposited only Rs 750 cr

The Supreme Court today asked realty firm Jaiprakash Associates Limited (JAL) to deposit an additional Rs 1,000 crore with its Registry by June 15 for ensuring refund of money to the hassled home buyers.

On submission of this amount, the liquidation proceedings against Jaypee Infratech limited (JIL), a subsidiary of holding company JAL, shall remain stayed, a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra said.

SC asks Jaiprakash Associates to deposit additional Rs 1000 cr by 15 June so far realty firm has deposited only Rs 750 cr

Jaypee Infratech logo. Representational image. Reuters

The bench, which also comprised Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud, said if there was any default in depositing the money by 15 June, the statutory proceedings against JIL, a firm which has been facing insolvency proceedings, shall proceed.

The apex court had earlier directed JAL to deposit Rs 2,000 crore with the apex court Registry. So far, the real estate firm has deposited Rs 750 crore.

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