Jyoti Singh

Jyoti Singh

Jyoti A Singh, the founder of AJA Legal and Associates has two decades of noteworthy corporate advisory and dispute resolution experience and she regularly appears before various courts and tribunals in and outside Mumbai for financial institutions, corporates and HNI clients from various business sectors.

Having worked in distressed space over two decades, Jyoti has advised and represented some of the largest banks and financial institutions, insolvency professionals and large corporate houses and, appeared in proceedings before various Tribunals, High Courts and the Supreme Court of India.

Jyoti has advised and acted for multinational companies on the issues of corporate fraud and other economic offenses. She has advised and acted for large corporate houses in tender disputes with various government departments and has also advised and represented arbitrations concerning contractual disputes amongst shareholders, government departments and NBFCs.

Jyoti Singh

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Limitation Law Under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016: SC Finally Bells the Cat

Limitation Law Under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016: SC Finally Bells the Cat

LIMITATION LAW UNDER INSOLVENCY AND BANKRUPTCY CODE, 2016: SC FINALLY BELLS THE CAT SC held that an offer of one-time settlement of a live claim, made within the period of limitation, can also be...

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Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process Post Covid-19 Case for a Carve-Out in IBC for Resolution Applicants on Account of Force Majeure Event?

Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process Post Covid-19 Case for a Carve-Out in IBC for Resolution Applicants on Account of Force Majeure Event?

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Stamp Duty On Security Documents In Favour Of Security Trustee A Pandoras Box

Stamp Duty On Security Documents In Favour Of Security Trustee A Pandora's Box

The recent judgement of the Supreme Court on stamp duty on security documents executed in favour of the Security Trustee may have a more far-reaching impact on lending than one would expectA division...

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Mortgage: Courts or Arbitration?

Mortgage: Courts or Arbitration?

Financial institutions can heave a sigh of relief at the Bombay HC's recent judgement, which clarifies that under Section 9 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, interim relief can be...

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