2.5.34:Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Liquidation Process) Regulations, 2016
34. Asset memorandum.
(1) On forming the liquidation estate under section 36, the liquidator shall prepare an asset memorandum in accordance with this Regulation within seventy-five days from the liquidation commencement date.
(2) The asset memorandum shall provide the following details in respect of the assets which are intended to be realized by way of sale-
(a) value of the asset, valued in accordance with Regulation 35;
(b) value of set of assets or assets in parcels or assets in a slump sale, as the case may be, valued in accordance with Regulation 35, if intended to be sold as specified in Regulation 32(b);
(c) intended manner of sale in accordance with Regulation 32, and reasons for the same;
(d) the intended mode of sale and reasons for the same in accordance with Regulation 33;
(e) expected amount of realization from sale; and
(f) any other information that may be relevant for the sale of the asset.
(3) The asset memorandum shall provide the following details in respect of each of the assets other than those referred to in sub-regulation (2)-
(a) value of the asset;
(b) intended manner and mode of realization, and reasons for the same;
(c) expected amount of realization; and
(d) any other information that may be relevant for the realization of the asset.
(4) The liquidator shall file the asset memorandum along with the preliminary report to the Adjudicating Authority.
(5) The asset memorandum shall not be accessible to any person during the course of liquidation, unless permitted by the Adjudicating Authority.