State Financial Corporations Act, 1951
32F. Restriction on filing of suits for dissolution, etc. of an industrial concern not being a company when its management is taken over
(1) Where the management of an industrial concern not being a company as defined in the Companies Act, 1956 (1 of 1956), is taken over by the Financial Corporation, no suit or proceedings for dissolution or for partition shall, in so far as it relates to that industrial concern, lie in any court or before any tribunal or other authority except with the consent of the Financial Corporation.
(2) No proceeding for the appointment of any official assignee or receiver in relation to any industrial concern the management of which has been taken over by the Financial Corporation shall lie in any court except with consent of the Financial Corporation.