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IBBI introduces digital forms for monitoring liquidation processes

To ease the compliance burden for insolvency professionals, and enhance the effectiveness of the liquidation process, the IBBI has launched a set of electronic forms under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. These forms are crucial for the liquidation process under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), as they facilitate systematic and transparent record-keeping and seamless reporting, the insolvency regulator said.The new circular, issued by the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (IBBI) on June 28, introduces forms LIQ 1 to LIQ 4, covering different stages of the liquidation process. Presently, the IPs submit the details regarding the liquidation process, to the board through emails, which is time-consuming and inefficient, the IBBI said in the circular.LIQ 1 includes details from the commencement of liquidation to the public announcement. Further, LIQ 2 captures information from the public announcement to the progress report, including valuation, sale, and receipts. LIQ 3 focuses on the period from the last progress report to the application for dissolution, while LIQ 4 deals with the distribution of proceeds and other final details post-dissolution order.