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Chinese e-tailer Club Factory may invoke 'force majeure' after ban in India: Report

Club Factory is of the view that the Indian government's ban on a number of Chinese apps in June 2020 was beyond the company's control.

March 31, 2021 / 12:31 PM IST
Many Indian companies and vendors are unable to find a representative of Club Factory (Image: Justdial)

Many Indian companies and vendors are unable to find a representative of Club Factory (Image: Justdial)

Club Factory is planning to invoke force majeure, after Indian companies and vendors have approached to recover their dues following the ban on Chinese e-tailer.

Club Factory is of the view that the Indian government's ban on a number of Chinese apps in June 2020 was a situation beyond the company's control, according to a report by The Economic Times.

Cyfuture and Aegis, which used to provide customer-care support to Club Factory, have filed separate cases against the company in the Delhi High Court. The two BPO companies are seeking to recover a combined Rs 5 crore from Club Factory.

Club Factory has hired law firm Khaitan & Co, the report added.