The outgoing IBBI chief said the next phase of the enactment of the IBC should include “individual insolvency with provisions for a fresh start and an informal approach to insolvency resolution, moving away slightly from court proceedings.”
Sahoo, who demitted office on 30 October has headed the IBBI since its commencement and was the primary Chairperson of the controller which has assumed a critical part in setting up the guidelines and guidelines for indebtedness procedures under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) and directing indebtedness experts and data utilities. The cordial IBBI boss said the following period of the execution of the IBC ought to incorporate "individual bankruptcy with arrangements for a new beginning and a casual way to deal with indebtedness goal, moving ceaselessly marginally from court procedures.
The IBC has arrangements for a "new beginning" plot for people with obligations of up to Rs.35,000, gross yearly pay under Rs. 60,000, absolute resources of under Rs. 20,000 and don't possess a home. The cycle would permit such people who can't take care of their obligations to be released of their liabilities.
Individual insolvency proceedings for personal guarantors to corporate debtors under the IBC have commenced, however individual insolvency of partnership and proprietorship firms as well as or other individuals has not yet been brought into force.