LegalPay announces 2nd interim finance exits with 23% returns in SARE Gurugram

By John Freund |
LegalPay, India’s first and largest third party litigation funding platform, has announced its second successful exit in the interim finance segment in last one year with 23% IRR (internal rate of returns).

The interim financier based in Delhi-NCR has achieved a successful exit from its investment in SARE Gurugram Pvt Limited (Sare Gurugram) within a short span of 11 months. In August of the previous year, the financier had provided undisclosed interim finance to the debt-laden real estate company.
Interim finance is a short-term lending granted  granted to the debt-ridden companies undergoing corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP). Sare Gurugram, the unit of Sare Homes, had defaulted on dues to creditors for a construction of a township in outskirts of Delhi.
SARE Gurugram was admitted under Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP) in March 2021 following a petition filed by Asset Care and Reconstruction Enterprises Limited. In April of this year, the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approved a debt resolution plan to revive SARE Gurugram Private Limited, located in the NCR region. The plan was proposed by a consortium consisting of KGK Realty (India) Private Limited and Dhoot Infrastructure Projects Ltd.
Commenting on the exit, Kundan Shahi, Founder and CEO of LegalPay said, “This successful resolution of SARE Gurugram underlines LegalPay’s commitment to providing innovative financial solutions that not only revive such businesses under insolvency but also contribute to the growth and development of the legal & insolvency industry.”
“We are grateful for the trust and collaboration of all stakeholders involved, and we remain dedicated to driving positive change and creating a thriving ecosystem for all,” he added.
LegalPay’s ability to deliver exceptional returns while safeguarding the corporate debtor’s interest underscores the company’s meticulous due diligence, comprehensive risk assessment, and strategic decision-making.
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Founded by Kundan Shahi in 2019, LegalPay is a leading player in the insolvency financing domain & India’s largest provider of litigation financing. It consistently navigates the complexities of the legal financing landscape to generate impressive results for its investors and helping such companies maximize their asset value.
Backed by 9Unicorns, Ambarish Gupta and well-known entrepreneur-turned-investor and global philanthropist Ashwini Kakkar, LegalPay operates on a ‘No Win No fee model’ which means that parties are only required to pay upon successful realization of the claim amount.
At present, the company manages over ₹ 2,500 crores in claims under management through its AI and technology-enabled platform and expects to raise it to ₹ 5,000 crores in CY 2024.
It’s first interim finance exit was from Yashomati Hospitals in February last year.

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LegalPay, India’s first and largest third party litigation funding platform, has announced its second successful exit in the interim finance segment in last one year with 23% IRR (internal rate of returns).

The interim financier based in Delhi-NCR has achieved a successful exit from its investment in SARE Gurugram Pvt Limited (Sare Gurugram) within a short span of 11 months. In August of the previous year, the financier had provided undisclosed interim finance to the debt-laden real estate company.
Interim finance is a short-term lending granted  granted to the debt-ridden companies undergoing corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP). Sare Gurugram, the unit of Sare Homes, had defaulted on dues to creditors for a construction of a township in outskirts of Delhi.
SARE Gurugram was admitted under Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP) in March 2021 following a petition filed by Asset Care and Reconstruction Enterprises Limited. In April of this year, the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approved a debt resolution plan to revive SARE Gurugram Private Limited, located in the NCR region. The plan was proposed by a consortium consisting of KGK Realty (India) Private Limited and Dhoot Infrastructure Projects Ltd.
Commenting on the exit, Kundan Shahi, Founder and CEO of LegalPay said, “This successful resolution of SARE Gurugram underlines LegalPay’s commitment to providing innovative financial solutions that not only revive such businesses under insolvency but also contribute to the growth and development of the legal & insolvency industry.”
“We are grateful for the trust and collaboration of all stakeholders involved, and we remain dedicated to driving positive change and creating a thriving ecosystem for all,” he added.
LegalPay’s ability to deliver exceptional returns while safeguarding the corporate debtor’s interest underscores the company’s meticulous due diligence, comprehensive risk assessment, and strategic decision-making.
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Founded by Kundan Shahi in 2019, LegalPay is a leading player in the insolvency financing domain & India’s largest provider of litigation financing. It consistently navigates the complexities of the legal financing landscape to generate impressive results for its investors and helping such companies maximize their asset value.
Backed by 9Unicorns, Ambarish Gupta and well-known entrepreneur-turned-investor and global philanthropist Ashwini Kakkar, LegalPay operates on a ‘No Win No fee model’ which means that parties are only required to pay upon successful realization of the claim amount.
At present, the company manages over ₹ 2,500 crores in claims under management through its AI and technology-enabled platform and expects to raise it to ₹ 5,000 crores in CY 2024.
It’s first interim finance exit was from Yashomati Hospitals in February last year.
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The interim financier based in Delhi-NCR has achieved a successful exit from its investment in SARE Gurugram Pvt Limited (Sare Gurugram) within a short span of 11 months. In August of the previous year, the financier had provided undisclosed interim finance to the debt-laden real estate company.
Interim finance is a short-term lending granted  granted to the debt-ridden companies undergoing corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP). Sare Gurugram, the unit of Sare Homes, had defaulted on dues to creditors for a construction of a township in outskirts of Delhi.
SARE Gurugram was admitted under Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP) in March 2021 following a petition filed by Asset Care and Reconstruction Enterprises Limited. In April of this year, the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approved a debt resolution plan to revive SARE Gurugram Private Limited, located in the NCR region. The plan was proposed by a consortium consisting of KGK Realty (India) Private Limited and Dhoot Infrastructure Projects Ltd.
Commenting on the exit, Kundan Shahi, Founder and CEO of LegalPay said, “This successful resolution of SARE Gurugram underlines LegalPay’s commitment to providing innovative financial solutions that not only revive such businesses under insolvency but also contribute to the growth and development of the legal & insolvency industry.”
“We are grateful for the trust and collaboration of all stakeholders involved, and we remain dedicated to driving positive change and creating a thriving ecosystem for all,” he added.
LegalPay’s ability to deliver exceptional returns while safeguarding the corporate debtor’s interest underscores the company’s meticulous due diligence, comprehensive risk assessment, and strategic decision-making.
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Founded by Kundan Shahi in 2019, LegalPay is a leading player in the insolvency financing domain & India’s largest provider of litigation financing. It consistently navigates the complexities of the legal financing landscape to generate impressive results for its investors and helping such companies maximize their asset value.
Backed by 9Unicorns, Ambarish Gupta and well-known entrepreneur-turned-investor and global philanthropist Ashwini Kakkar, LegalPay operates on a ‘No Win No fee model’ which means that parties are only required to pay upon successful realization of the claim amount.
At present, the company manages over ₹ 2,500 crores in claims under management through its AI and technology-enabled platform and expects to raise it to ₹ 5,000 crores in CY 2024.
It’s first interim finance exit was from Yashomati Hospitals in February last year.
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By John Freund |
LegalPay, India’s first and largest third party litigation funding platform, has announced its second successful exit in the interim finance segment in last one year with 23% IRR (internal rate of returns).

The interim financier based in Delhi-NCR has achieved a successful exit from its investment in SARE Gurugram Pvt Limited (Sare Gurugram) within a short span of 11 months. In August of the previous year, the financier had provided undisclosed interim finance to the debt-laden real estate company.
Interim finance is a short-term lending granted  granted to the debt-ridden companies undergoing corporate insolvency resolution process (CIRP). Sare Gurugram, the unit of Sare Homes, had defaulted on dues to creditors for a construction of a township in outskirts of Delhi.
SARE Gurugram was admitted under Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process (CIRP) in March 2021 following a petition filed by Asset Care and Reconstruction Enterprises Limited. In April of this year, the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) approved a debt resolution plan to revive SARE Gurugram Private Limited, located in the NCR region. The plan was proposed by a consortium consisting of KGK Realty (India) Private Limited and Dhoot Infrastructure Projects Ltd.
Commenting on the exit, Kundan Shahi, Founder and CEO of LegalPay said, “This successful resolution of SARE Gurugram underlines LegalPay’s commitment to providing innovative financial solutions that not only revive such businesses under insolvency but also contribute to the growth and development of the legal & insolvency industry.”
“We are grateful for the trust and collaboration of all stakeholders involved, and we remain dedicated to driving positive change and creating a thriving ecosystem for all,” he added.
LegalPay’s ability to deliver exceptional returns while safeguarding the corporate debtor’s interest underscores the company’s meticulous due diligence, comprehensive risk assessment, and strategic decision-making.
****************************************************
Founded by Kundan Shahi in 2019, LegalPay is a leading player in the insolvency financing domain & India’s largest provider of litigation financing. It consistently navigates the complexities of the legal financing landscape to generate impressive results for its investors and helping such companies maximize their asset value.
Backed by 9Unicorns, Ambarish Gupta and well-known entrepreneur-turned-investor and global philanthropist Ashwini Kakkar, LegalPay operates on a ‘No Win No fee model’ which means that parties are only required to pay upon successful realization of the claim amount.
At present, the company manages over ₹ 2,500 crores in claims under management through its AI and technology-enabled platform and expects to raise it to ₹ 5,000 crores in CY 2024.
It’s first interim finance exit was from Yashomati Hospitals in February last year.
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