However, the lawyers appearing in the case on behalf of both the parties expressed that they had no objection to a CJI-led bench hearing the case
The Mistry camp had challenged the 9 July order of the Mumbai bench of the NCLT which dismissed the pleas against his removal as Tata Sons chairman
NCLAT has now given four-weeks time to Tata to file reply and two weeks-time to Mistry for filing rejoinder, if any.
NCLAT admits Cyrus Mistry's petition seeking to set aside order upholding his removal from Tata Sons
The matter will now be heard on 24 September along with the original plea filed by Cyrus Investments challenging Mistry's removal from Tata Sons.
Ousted Tata chairman Cyrus Mistry moves NCLAT against order of Mumbai bench; petition to be heard today
Under the Companies Act 2013, an order of NCLT can be challenged before the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT). Mistry, who was the sixth chairman of Tata Sons, was ousted from the position in October 2016.
An NCLT order can be challenged before the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT), and an NCLAT's decision can be challenged in the Supreme Court.
The NCLT verdict dismissed the petitions of Cyrus Mistry and his family, which is the single largest shareholder in the diversified group.
Full text: Cyrus Mistry to appeal against NCLT order; terms ruling as 'disappointing, not surprising'
Ousted Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry today said he would appeal against the order of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) that dismissed pleas challenging his removal.
Tata Sons announced that it welcomed the order of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on 9 July, 2018 dismissing all allegations against Tata Trusts, its trustees and Tata Sons
Tata Sons 'competent' to remove Cyrus Mistry; majority shareholders had 'lost confidence in him': NCLT
The Tata Group had denied all charges and said Mistry was removed because the Board had lost confidence in him.
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Wednesday deferred to 9 July its judgement on a petition filed by Cyrus Mistry challenging his ouster as chairman of the Tata Sons group.
It would impose restriction on the free transferability of shares held by the companies in Tata Sons and investors would "face greater challenges" in disinvesting their shareholding in Tata Sons, a letter from Mistry family said.
The petitions were filed by two firms belonging to Cyrus Mistry's family, and sought waiver of an eligibility condition for moving the forum against Tata Sons.