INSOLVENCY & BANKRUPTCY CODE, 2016

1. What is IBC?

The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (IBC) is the bankruptcy law of India which seeks to consolidate the existing framework by creating a single law for insolvency and bankruptcy. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2015 was introduced in Lok Sabha in December 2015. It was passed by Lok Sabha on 5 May 2016. The Code received the assent of the President of India on 28 May 2016.  Certain provisions of the Act has come into force from 5th August and 19 August 2016.


Insolvency is when an individual, corporation, or other organization cannot meet its financial obligations for paying debts as they are due. Insolvency can occur when certain things happen, some of which may include: poor cash management, increase in cash expenses, or decrease in cash flow.


Bankruptcy is not exactly the same as insolvency. Technically, bankruptcy occurs when a court has determined insolvency, and given legal orders for it to be resolved. Bankruptcy is a determination of insolvency made by a court of law with resulting legal orders intended to resolve the insolvency

2.What are Key Features of IBC?

  1. Insolvency Resolution

    The Code outlines separate insolvency resolution processes for individuals, companies and partnership firms. The process may be initiated by either the debtor or the creditors. A maximum time limit, for completion of the insolvency resolution process, has been set for corporate and individuals. For companies, the process will have to be completed in 180 days, which may be extended by 90 days, if a majority of the creditors agree.

  2. Insolvency Regulator

    The Code establishes the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India, to oversee the insolvency proceedings in the country and regulate the entities registered under it. The Board will have 10 members, including representatives from the Ministries of Finance and Law, and the Reserve.

  3. Insolvency Professionals: -

    The insolvency process will be managed by licensed professionals. These professionals will also control the assets of the debtor during the insolvency process.

  4. Bankruptcy and Insolvency Adjudicator: -

    The Code proposes two separate tribunals to oversee the process of insolvency resolution, for individuals and companies:
    (i) The National Company Law Tribunal for Companies and Limited Liability Partnership firms; and
    (ii) The Debt Recovery Tribunal for individuals and partnerships.

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