NCLAT : In B. Govinda Ramesh vs. Vinyasa Engineering Pvt. Ltd. & Ors.

Tribunal is not required to suo-moto go through all the issues if during the hearing the parties do not address rest of the issues.

Learned counsel appearing on behalf of the Appellant submits that apart from valuation of the share the Appellant had raised more than 10 issues but only one issue relating to valuation has been addressed and rest of the issues have not been discussed or decided by the Tribunal. However, on bare perusal of the impugned order, it appears that learned counsel for the Appellant/Petitioner raised only one issue before the Tribunal, which has decided by the Tribunal. There is nothing on record to suggest that learned counsel on behalf of the Appellant/Petitioner raised some other issues. There may be many issues pleaded before the Tribunal but the Tribunal is not required to suo-moto go through all the issues if during the hearing the parties do not address rest of the issues.

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