Amazon takes Future battle to top court

amazon takes future battle to top court

Sumary of Amazon takes Future battle to top court:

  • Amazon has moved the Supreme Court challenging the Delhi high court’s division bench order that had vacated a stay on Kishore Biyani-led Future Group proceeding with its Rs 24,713 crore asset sale to Reliance Industries..
  • Amazon, in the petition, sought a stay on the March 22 order of the division bench, terming it “illegal”, “random”, “inequitable and unfair”..
  • On March 22, a division bench of the Delhi high court had granted Future a reprieve from a March 18 single-judge order that restrained it from taking any steps to sell assets to Reliance..
  • Amazon has now moved the Supreme Court and challenged the March 22 order, requesting a stay till a final outcome of its earlier plea related to the deal..
  • “Pass an ex-parte interim order/ interim order and stay the Impugned Interim Common Order dated 22.03.2021 passed by the Hon’ble high court of Delhi …..
  • It has also requested the apex court to pass any further order, which it ”may deem fit and proper in the facts and circumstances of the present case,”.
  • in passing an order in a “non-maintainable appeal”, permitting Future Group to commit further breaches of the EA (Emergency Arbitration) order..
  • Earlier, Amazon had moved the Supreme Court after the single judge had passed an interim order on February 2, 2021 staying the deal and the division bench had on February 8, 2021 stayed the operation of the order over the plea filed by FRL..
  • The Supreme Court had then issued notice over Amazon’s plea giving the go-ahead to the proceedings before the Mumbai Bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) over the scheme of arrangement between Future and Reliance, but these entities were not to pass any order sanctioning the deal..
  • The Future-Reliance deal, which is contested by the global e-commerce major Amazon, has already received clearance from CCI, SEBI and bourses, and the scheme of arrangement is now awaiting the nod from NCLT and shareholders…

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