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  • The Supreme Court has stated that assuming a borrower doesn't object the activity of loan and acknowledges great decisions from creditor, afterwards, the borrower would be estopped from taking conflicting situation to acquire advantage through official actions.
  • The Supreme Court bench noticed simple failure of a Bank in giving answer to objections raised by a borrower however in any case considered, doesn't negate SARFAESI Proceedings.


  • Name of the case : Arce Polymers Private Limited vs. M/s. Alphine Pharmaceuticals Private Limited & Others
  • The perception came according to an allure that was liked by M/s. Arce Polymers Private Limited (Second Purchaser) who had bought the property from the first sale buyer, in particular, BasaChandramouli; and by the Bank.
  • The judgment re-established the actual ownership of the Subject Property to the Borrower, recording that the lender bank was at freedom to act, to recuperate its levy from the Borrower rigorously as per the SARFAESI Act and the Rules.
  • In this manner, the Supreme Court said that the Bank having lost confidence couldn't depend on the Borrower, and just from there on, the Bank continued with the sales under the SARFAESI Act on March 28, 2018 and June 14, 2018, notwithstanding, then, at that point, likewise the borrower then, at that point, stayed quiet.
  • Subsequently, the Apex Court maintained the request passed by the DRT affirming the technique and offer of the Subject Property under the SARFAESI Act.


  • Do you agree with the decision of the Supreme Court ?
  • What is the SARFAESI Act ?

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