Following is the chronology in the
Tata Sons-Cyrus Mistry case: 1. October 24, 2016: Tata Sons ousts Cyrus Mistry from the post of chairman; names Ratan Tata as interim chairman. 2. October 25, 2016: Mistry writes to Tata Sons' board accusing 'shadow control' by the Tata Trustees. 3. December 19, 2016: Mistry resigns as director from all Tata group firms. 4. December 20, 2016: Mistry moves National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) alleging oppression of minority shareholders and mismanagement. 5. January 12, 2017: Tata Sons names N Chandrashekaran as Chairman. 6. February 6, 2017: Mistry removed from the post of director of Tata Sons' board. 7. September 21, 2017: Tata Sons' board approves plan to become a private company. 8. June 12, 2018: NCLT sets July 4 as date of order. 9. July 4, 2018: NCLT defers judgement till July 9. 10. July 9, 2018: NCLT dismisses Cyrus Mistry's pleas challenging his removal as chairman of Tata Sons. The tribunal says Mistry was removed as the board and its members lost confidence in him.
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