15.1.3- Companies (Compromises, Arrangements and Amalgamations) Rules, 2016
(iii) a copy of scheme of compromise or arrangement, which should include disclosures as per sub-section (2) of section 230 of the Act; and
(iv) fee as prescribed in the Schedule of Fees.
(2) Where more than one company is involved in a scheme in relation to which an application under sub-rule (1) is being filed, such application may, at the discretion of such companies, be filed as a joint-application.
(3) Where the company is not the applicant, a copy of the notice of admission and of the affidavit shall be served on the company, or, where the company is being wound up, on its liquidator, not less than fourteen days before the date fixed for the hearing of the notice of admission.
(4) The applicant shall also disclose to the Tribunal in the application under sub-rule (1), the basis on which each class of members or creditors has been identified for the purposes of approval of the scheme.
|SCHEDULE OF FEES|
|S. No.||Sections of the|
Companies Act, 2013
|Nature of application or petition||Fees|
|1||Sub-section (1) of section 230||3 (1)||Application for compromise arrangement and amalgamation.||Rs. 5,000/-|
|2||Sub-section (2) of section 235||Application by dissenting shareholders||Rs. 1,000/-|
|3||Sub-section (2) of section 238||29||Appeal against order of Registrar refusing to register any circular.||Rs. 2,000/-|
Form NCLT 1-Original Application / Reply / Rejoinder / Interlocutory Application or filing of additional documents under directions of the Bench
Form NCLT 2- Notice of Admission
Form NCLT 6- General Affidavit Verifying Petition