2.18.43. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Pre-packaged Insolvency Resolution Process) Regulations, 2021
(1) For the purposes of sub-section (5) of section 54K, the resolution professional shall publish brief particulars of the invitation for resolution plans in not later than twenty-one days from the pre-packaged insolvency commencement date.
(a) on the website, if any, of the corporate debtor;
(b) on the website, if any, designated by the Board for the purpose; and
(c) in any other manner as may be decided by the committee.
(a) state where the invitation for resolution plans can be downloaded or obtained from, as the case may be; and
(b) provide the last date for submission of resolution plan which shall not be less than fifteen days from the date of issue of invitation for resolution plan under sub-regulation (2).
(4) The invitation for resolution plans shall-
(a) detail each step in the process, and the manner and purposes of interaction between the resolution professional and the resolution applicant, along with corresponding timelines;
(i) the basis for evaluation;
(ii) basis for considering a resolution plan significantly better than another resolution plan;
(iii) tick size; and
(iv) the manner of improving a resolution plan; and
(c) not require any non-refundable deposit for submission of or along with resolution plan.
(5) The resolution professional shall require the resolution applicant, in case its resolution plan is approved under subsection (13) of section 54K, to provide a performance security within the time specified therein and such performance security shall stand forfeited if the resolution applicant of such plan, after its approval by the Adjudicating Authority, fails to implement or contributes to the failure of implementation of that plan in accordance with the terms of the plan and its implementation schedule.
Explanation 1.– For the purposes of this sub-regulation, “performance security” shall mean security of such nature, value, duration and source, as may be specified in the invitation for resolution plans with the approval of the committee, having regard to the nature of resolution plan and business of the corporate debtor.
Explanation 2.– A performance security may be specified in absolute terms such as guarantee from a bank for Rs. X for Y years or in relation to one or more variables such as the term of the resolution plan, amount payable to creditors under the resolution plan, etc.