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LIC IPO share allotment | SC refuses to grant interim relief on pleas seeking stay

The LIC IPO opened on May 4 for retail and other investors and is set to be allotted on May 12.

The LIC IPO opened on May 4 for retail and other investors and is set to be allotted on May 12.

The Supreme Court on May 12 refused to grant any interim relief and stay the Life Insurance Corporation (LIC) IPO share allotment on a batch of pleas filed by some policyholders.

A bench of Justices DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant, and PS Narasimha said that the court should be reluctant to grant any interim relief in matters of commercial investments and IPO.

“We are not inclined to grant any interim relief”, the bench said as it issued notice to the Centre and LIC on the batch of pleas seeking their response within eight weeks.

The bench said that on the aspect of interim relief the court must be guided by the well-settled principle of prima facie case, the balance of convenience, and whether there is any irreparable injury.

The LIC IPO opened on May 4 for retail and other investors and is set to be allotted on May 12.

The bench noted that one of the pleas has challenged the interim order passed by the Bombay High Court and disposed it, saying the writ petition before the high court will be transferred to the apex court.

The top court tagged the batch of pleas with a pending matter referred to a Constitution Bench on the issue of the passage of the Finance Act, 2021 as a money bill.

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