Section 101 in The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016

Title: Moratorium

Description: (1) When the application is admitted under section 100, a moratorium shall commence in relation to all the debts and shall cease to have effect at the end of the period of one hundred and eighty days beginning with the date of admission of the application or on the date the Adjudicating Authority passes an order on the repayment plan under section 114, whichever is earlier. (2) During the moratorium period— (a) any pending legal action or proceeding in respect of any debt shall be deemed to have been stayed; (b) the creditors shall not initiate any legal action or legal proceedings in respect of any debt; and (c) the debtor shall not transfer, alienate, encumber or dispose of any of his assets or his legal rights or beneficial interest therein; (3) Where an order admitting the application under section 96 has been made in relation to a firm, the moratorium under sub-section (1) shall operate against all the partners of the firm. (4) The provisions of this section shall not apply to such transactions as may be notified by the Central Government in consultation with any financial sector regulator.

Title: Public notice and claims from creditors.

Description: (1) The Adjudicating Authority shall issue a public notice within seven days of passing the order under section 100 inviting claims from all creditors within twenty-one days of such issue. (2) The notice under sub-section (1) shall include— (a) details of the order admitting the application; (b) particulars of the resolution professional with whom the claims are to be registered; and (c) the last date for submission of claims. (3) The notice shall be— (a) published in at least one English and one vernacular newspaper which is in circulation in the state where the debtor resides; (b) affixed in the premises of the Adjudicating Authority; and (c) placed on the website of the Adjudicating Authority.

Title: Registering of claims by creditors.

Description: (1) The creditors shall register claims with the resolution professional by sending details of the claims by way of electronic communications or through courier, speed post or registered letter. (2) In addition to the claims referred to in sub-section (1), the creditor shall provide to the resolution professional, personal information and such particulars as may be prescribed.

Title: Preparation of list of creditors.

Description: (1) The resolution professional shall prepare a list of creditors on the basis of— (a) the information disclosed in the application filed by the debtor under section 94 or 95, as the case may be; (b) claims received by the resolution professional under section 102. (2) The resolution professional shall prepare the list mentioned in sub-section (1) within thirty days from the date of the notice

Title: Repayment plan.

Description: (1) The debtor shall prepare, in consultation with the resolution professional, a repayment plan containing a proposal to the creditors for restructuring of his debts or affairs. (2) The repayment plan may authorise or require the resolution professional to— (a) carry on the debtor's business or trade on his behalf or in his name; or (b) realise the assets of the debtor; or (c) administer or dispose of any funds of the debtor. (3) The repayment plan shall include the following, namely:— (a) justification for preparation of such repayment plan and reasons on the basis of which the creditors may agree upon the plan; (b) provision for payment of fee to the resolution professional; (c) such other matters as may be specified