Jasvinder explains that “when the case returns to court, the District Judge is likely to set down a timetable for the service of any evidence to be submitted by either side in the proceedings, and list a date for a final hearing. “There might be a few more hearings in this case in the coming months to deal with case management or any issues that arise, before the final hearing takes place, at which the full arguments from both sides in this case will be heard by the District Judge.” Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya is wanted in India for Kingfisher Airlines’ default on loans, he has been in the UK since March 2016.

To read further details of this hearing, see The Economic Times coverage here.