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KGK Realty acquires Anudan Properties

KGK Realty (India) has been granted permission by India's bankruptcy court to acquire Anudan Properties after the Committee of Creditors approved its resolution plan.

India’s bankruptcy court has allowed the acquisition of Anudan Properties by Mumbai-based developer KGK Realty (India). The Committee of Creditors (CoC) approved KGK Realty’s resolution plan with 76.35% voting.

Other developers such as Aanya Real Estate and a consortium of Ashdan Properties, and NNP Buildcon had also submitted revival plans for the company.

The development is an indication of the rising trend of several established developers with sound financials scouting for deals in the property sector through the bankruptcy process.

The latest data from the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) showed 6,199 companies were brought into administration until September-end. Of these, about 1,240 companies were in the real estate sector. Data suggest that about 805 such real estate companies have received resolution plans from bidders.

In this specific matter, in March 2021, the tribunal had admitted the company under the insolvency process and appointed the insolvency resolution professional (IRP). The first meeting of the CoC was held in April 2021.

The resolution professional had received a total 148 claims amounting to nearly ₹271 crore against the company. Out of 148 claims, 125 claims amounting to over ₹236 crore were admitted.

As part of its resolution plan, KGK Realty (India) has agreed to take over the responsibility of completing the said project of Anudan Properties. It has agreed to start the construction of the Thane Project from the CoC’s approval to ensure homebuyers get their homes in a timely manner and to ensure that the corporate debtor is operated and managed as a going concern.


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