NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Wednesday appointed a Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT) officer to start the process of selling the unencumbered commercial properties of the real estate major Amrapali Group.
Chennai: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Thursday said it has provisionally attached 37 immovable properties worth about Rs 328 crore of Nathella Sampath Jewelry Private Ltd, its Promoters-cum-Directors and others.
Mohali, July 1 As many as 22,581 properties have been registered online in Mohali during the first six months of the launch of the project. A total of Rs 223.47 crore has been collected as stamp duty in the process along with Rs 49.34 crore as registration fee. As per the administration’s claim Mohali is the first district in Punjab to start the project. The service began on January 8 and the figure is for properties registered online till June 26. In the said period, 6,136 properties were e-registered with the sub-registrar, Mohali, and Rs 92.28 crore was collected as stamp duty. Similarly, 6,511 properties were e-registered at Kharar where Rs 39.43 crore was collected as stamp duty. Sub-registrar, Dera Bassi, received 2,442 e-registrations and collected Rs 15.24 crore while Banur r...
NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached properties worth Rs 14.5 crore of Gujarat-based textile export firm ABC Cotspin Pvt Ltd for defrauding two banks of Rs 804.49 crore by availing bill discount facilities in 2014-15 against Letters of Credit (LCs), an official said on Friday.
Tribune News Service Jalandhar, May 6 Following media reports about “attachment” of properties of those accused in the Hoshiarpur land scam, a senior official of the Jalandhar Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Sunday told The Tribune that the agency had only put a temporary ban over the sale and purchase of the properties and had not attached them so far. “We are presently in the process of identifying properties bought by the accused from the excessive compensation they got from the NHAI and also the deductions made by them under various taxes. Only once the investigation is over, we may be able to attach their properties,” said the official. He further added that the ED could only attach properties equivalent to the value of the excessive compensation received by them along with the val
NEW DELHI: In a bid to bring back defaulters of huge bank loans who escape to refuges abroad, the Union Cabinet on Saturday approved an ordinance that would provide for attachment and confiscation of the properties of the economic offenders.
NEW DELHI: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) on Saturday said that it has attached properties worth Rs 4.53 crore of former principal of Vishnu Rai college Bachcha Rai in connection with the 2016 Bihar toppers scam.