What do you guys think about Jaypee Greens Wishtown - NOIDA? Is this a good time to buy? Is Wishtown a good investment?

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  • Originally Posted by arun saxena
    I think that NCLT is good for buyers whose interest lies in Resolution

    NCLT will force JIL to Resolve the issue in TIME BOUND manner

    Earlier also it was being done by banks under SDR - strategic debt reconstruction , but No time limit was prescribed .

    JAL has been resolved through SDR route only.

    RP of JIL may include -
    Bringing newpromoter

    Increasing share of JAL from presently 75%

    Selling of some assets

    Converting of some portion of debts into equity

    Etc

    I think JIL will agree and execute new Resolution Plan if suggested by NCLT

    Denial ain't just a river in Egypt.

    The most likely scenario under the IBC referral to NCLT will be liquidation, in which home buyers will end up with nothing.
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    • IMeagleye2 years ago
      "Resolution not Liquidation" is the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) primary goal for large bad loan cases, said Deputy Governor SS Mundra.
  • Arun Saxena ji Trunity post makes really sense practically.We need to move to Allahabad Bench other wise buyers may left with nothing.
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  • Deliver flats to 1.5 lakh buyers on time or face action, Yogi Adityanath warns Noida builders


    Read more at:
    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/59725566.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst

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  • Do some legwork than to do lipwork... Just go to site n see the difference.... God Bless!!!
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  • Originally Posted by Truenity

    Denial ain't just a river in Egypt.

    The most likely scenario under the IBC referral to NCLT will be liquidation, in which home buyers will end up with nothing.


    You will end with just speculation ... write anything without fact is your habit nowadays.. come with some proof ..
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  • While Truenity is not wrong, his information is certainly incomplete.

    Have a good friend who is close to the debt restructuring process that is currently underway. Although he is on the creditor side of the table, he says talks are going well and creditors are trying to avoid the Company Law Tribunal route to the extent feasible.

    One more thing he mentioned that I found interesting. He says there is a lot of political pressure on the banks and the promoters to do the customers right as 2018/19 is a political year and UP is a heavily contested region. The new government wants to avoid a potentially negative situation at all costs, which might explain Yogi's recent comments.

    Just my $0.02.
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  • Originally Posted by Ab2001
    While Truenity is not wrong, his information is certainly incomplete.

    Have a good friend who is close to the debt restructuring process that is currently underway. Although he is on the creditor side of the table, he says talks are going well and creditors are trying to avoid the Company Law Tribunal route to the extent feasible.

    One more thing he mentioned that I found interesting. He says there is a lot of political pressure on the banks and the promoters to do the customers right as 2018/19 is a political year and UP is a heavily contested region. The new government wants to avoid a potentially negative situation at all costs, which might explain Yogi's recent comments.

    Just my $0.02.

    It is well known that banks have been trying to avoid the bankruptcy option for the last few years because they don't want to recognize the haircuts such a process would entail. The only reason they are being forced to pursue that option is because of danda from the RBI , and once the petition gets admitted into the NCLT, which it inevitably should, things will be pretty much on autopilot, notwithstanding what creditors or JP customers prefer.
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  • Any idea what will happen to the plots/flats in wishtown which have been registered by authority? Will they also be under some kind of problem in case JP goes bankrupt?
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    Casting happening in all towers from Tower 4 to 8.

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    Seeing the work happening even now.
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  • Jaiprakash associates again up today 10% now.

    Approaching Rs 30 up over 500% from year low.... Yes u heard it right its up 500%.

    ​​​​​Let ppl still believe that it's all in the air and nothing changing at Jaypee.... God Bless them!!!
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  • Originally Posted by monusays
    Deliver flats to 1.5 lakh buyers on time or face action, Yogi Adityanath warns Noida builders


    Read more at:
    http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/articleshow/59725566.cms?utm_source=contentofinterest&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=cppst



    Now construction will pick up!!
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  • Originally Posted by Ab2001
    While Truenity is not wrong, his information is certainly incomplete.

    Have a good friend who is close to the debt restructuring process that is currently underway. Although he is on the creditor side of the table, he says talks are going well and creditors are trying to avoid the Company Law Tribunal route to the extent feasible.

    One more thing he mentioned that I found interesting. He says there is a lot of political pressure on the banks and the promoters to do the customers right as 2018/19 is a political year and UP is a heavily contested region. The new government wants to avoid a potentially negative situation at all costs, which might explain Yogi's recent comments.

    Just my $0.02.


    Your 2 cents are worth much more :)
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  • Originally Posted by studarora
    Any idea what will happen to the plots/flats in wishtown which have been registered by authority? Will they also be under some kind of problem in case JP goes bankrupt?


    I m also interested to know about this , but my guess is that land owner will always be JP.
    in india this type of situation never happens so difficult to predict anything.
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  • Nobody is answering my simple question.. even in worst scenario why bank needs to touch wishtown if lots of other assets are already available with jaypee.....
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    • arun saxena2 years ago
      Who says that Banks are touching wishtown

      Every body has its own imagination

      We are bent upon declaring JP insolvent when even tha case has not started

      Insolvancy option can be decided ONLY after 270 days of filing case in NCLT that too if RP declares that Resolution plan has failed
  • Originally Posted by rahul21jan81
    Nobody is answering my simple question.. even in worst scenario why bank needs to touch wishtown if lots of other assets are already available with jaypee.....

    The answer is very simple. JP does not have enough unencumbered assets. If it did, it wouldn't have defaulted on its loans and banks wouldn't have been forced to bring bankruptcy proceedings against it.
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