Banking & Finance Law Practice

Banking and finance is a core and well-known area of expertise for KAV Juris LLP.

Banks and financial institutions (both domestic and international), multilateral and international financial institutions, export credit agencies, non-banking financial companies, concessionaires, foreign portfolio investors (investing through corporate debt), mutual funds, private equity funds, alternative investment funds, and government bodies are among the clients advised by the firm.

Project financing, trade and export finance, working capital, acquisition finance, corporate finance, syndicated lending, structured finance, debt capital markets, securitization, regulatory guidance, and product documentation and standardisation are all part of our comprehensive service offering.

We offer a full range of legal services and advice on all types of business and banking transactions, including:

  • Negotiations and documentation,
  • Securitisation and Hypothecation
  • Personal Loans
  • Secured loans
  • Vehicle loans/house loans;
  • Mortgage
  • Interim orders under section 9 of Arbitration and conciliation Act;
  • Arbitration proceedings;
  • Recovery suits under order XXXVII of CPC;
  • OA before DRT;
  • Matters before DRAT;
  • Protection against taking possessions of the Mortgage;
  • Proceedings before Recovery Officers appointed by DRT;


We also assist our clients on matters such as partnership, agency, distributorship agreements, and recovery and insolvency. We Have a Lot of Experience Dealing with the following :

  • Complaints under section 138 of N.I. Act,
  • Summary suit under Order XXXVII of CPC to be filled before Civil Court which includes Civil Judge, District Judge and High Court as the case may be depending upon pecuniary jurisdiction,
  • Ordinary civil suit for recovery of money and damages,
  • Representation before Arbitration Tribunal,
  • Petitions u/s 9 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act,
  • Petition u/s 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act,
  • Insolvency procedure before NCLT under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Act and Companies Act,
  • Winding up petition before NCLT,
  • Recovery proceeding under section 19 of RDDBFI Act, before Debt Recovery Tribunal;
  • Debt recovery matters before DRT / DRAT under SARFAISI Act and RDDBFI Act.