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Industrial Finance Corporation Act, 1948


36. Acquisition of shares by the Central Government.

  1.  In the event of the Central Government at any time deciding to acquire the shares held by shareholders 2*[other than the Development Bank] the shareholders shall be paid for the shares so acquired an amount equal to the paid-up value of the shares together with a premium calculated at the rate of one per cent. of the paid-up value for every year from the date of issue to the date of acquisition, subject to a maximum of ten percent.

  2. After the acquisition of the shares as provided by sub-section (1), the Central Government shall transfer the shares to the Development Bank on that bank paying an amount equal to the amount paid by the Central Government for such acquisition.

  3. After the transfer of the shares by the Central Government to the Development Bank under sub-section (2), the Central Government may direct by notification in the Official Gazette that with effect from such date as may be specified in the notification the entire undertaking of the Corporation, including all business, property, assets and liabilities, rights (including the right to recover loans and advances granted by the Corporation in accordance with the provisions of this Act), interests, privileges and obligations of whatever nature, shall stand transferred to and vest in the Development Bank.

  4. For the purpose of giving effect to the transfer of the undertaking of the Corporation to the Development Bank, the Central Government shall, by ORDER in writing, frame a scheme providing for all matters for which provision is necessary, and the scheme so framed shall be binding upon the Corporation, its creditors and employees and the Development Bank and shall have effect notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any law for the time being in force or in any contract or other instrument.

  5. The provisions of this section shall have effect notwithstanding anything contained in this Act or any other law or any instrument having force by virtue of such Act or other law.



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