Practice Areas


TYT Partners advises its clients on corporate restructuring and business reorganization in distressed conditions. We take pride in providing practical and legal solutions to corporate entities on regulating their structure and operations resulting in business efficiency. We, at TYT Partners, provide economically viable solutions and advice to insolvency professionals and other stakeholders including financial and operational creditors in addition to voluntary winding up by a corporate debtor under the new insolvency regime.


TYT Partners provides comprehensive solutions to our clients for arbitrations, both ad hoc and institutional. Part of our approach includes working closely with our clients to determine the best dispute resolution process to meet their needs.

We keep an open mind as to how we can effectively secure our clients’ goals, advising them on the proper drafting of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) provisions. The drafting is done in-house, keeping in mind the best interest of our clients while lucidly putting forth their case.


The Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code (IBC) was introduced in our legal system in the year 2016. The IBC offers a uniform, comprehensive insolvency legislation encompassing all companies, partnerships, and individuals.

We have a team of experienced insolvency and bankruptcy lawyers who have been handling cases for and against operational creditors in a time-bound and cost-effective manner.

Since its inception, our Partners have been representing its clients before the National Company Law Tribunal (Delhi) and also in the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal.


The process of bringing and pursuing a lawsuit and the entire procedure thereof can be pretty much summed up as Litigation. We conduct our practice with integrity and respect.

As legal professionals with considerable experience in criminal, civil, arbitration, copyright, insolvency & bankruptcy matters, we represent our clients before various Judicial & Quasi-Judicial Bodies which are as follows:

  • Supreme Court of India, High Courts & District Courts.
  • National /State Consumer Disputes Forum
  • National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT)
  • National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT)
  • Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT)
  • Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA)
  • Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (REAT)
  • National Green Tribunal (NGT)
  • Motor Accidents Claims Tribunals (MACT)


The Private Client Practice at TYT has dedicated and experienced lawyers who have a good grip and expertise in trust & estate law, criminal law, banking/corporate laws, and succession planning solutions. We assist HNIs and leading family businesses on various aspects of their private wealth and estate planning including drafting family constitutions, restructuring family businesses, creation of trusts and wills, migration of residency, and change of citizenship.


TYT Partners provide outcome-driven solutions to its clients which are in tandem with the Government of India’s sector-specific policies governing the sector. We assist lenders, investors, corporates, construction companies, HNI buyers, and real estate developers on all aspects of transactions including financing and restructuring of debts, investments, disposition matters, joint ventures, property acquisitions/sales, and leases.

We offer a full range of legal services in real estate including:

  • Advice on structuring real estate investments
  • Due diligence
  • Investigations of land title
  • Property maintenance contracts
  • Conveyancing

We represent our clients at various forums including:

  • National /State Consumer Disputes Forum
  • Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA)
  • Real Estate Appellate Tribunal (REAT)


TYT Partners makes sure that new and small corporate entities are in accordance with their local government’s requirements for business licensing. For new business ventures to excel in their ultimatum aim, in addition to shareholder agreements, it is also imperative that they have a proper legal framework in place which also includes the structuring of employee contracts that fall well in line with the guidelines of the Department of Labour.