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  Door Step Pickup & Delivery of Files
  Scientific Indexing of Records
  Quick Retrieval of Documents
  Secure Scanning & Digitization

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Why should you not delay Records Management?

  • Companies - Big or small - Records retention is must by Law, Compliance & Statutory purposes
  • Value is immaterial - availability is a must
  • Disaster need not be abrupt, could be simmering for some time now
  • Lower than your current expenses / Return on Investment is High

Why Choose KAYMAN Records Management Services?

  • Customised Records Management Solution to suit your Business
  • Track and manage the entire life cycle of your records
  • Strict adherence to Safety, Security & Accessibility
  • Process Excellence, Scientific and systematic approach
  • Documenting peace of mind

What is the cost of storing Records?

The cost of storing records depends on the following factors.

  • Count of Boxes
  • Type of indexing
  • Process Performed
  • Digitisation, etc

However, at KAYMAN we provide Free survey and Budgetary Estimate The final cost can only be calculated after a survey of records.

Records Management Services We Offer

KAYMAN is one of the leading Records Management Companies in Chennai that offer holistic records management services.

Records and Documents Storage Services

  • Store your records at our secure offsite document storage facility.
  • Retrieve physical records on-demand
  • Retain records as long as needed by regulatory compliances
  • Pay only for what you store
  • Scale your business records storage to any extent

Records Digitization & Scanning Services

  • Go paperless with records digitization services
  • Extend the life of physical records with document scanning services
  • Turn business records, documents & images into searchable records
  • Streamline documents for easy retrieval and distribution
  • Meet compliance and ensure business continuity

Document Shredding Services

The cost of storing records depends on the following factors.

  • Maintain clean workspaces with shredding services
  • Securely dispose off records at our records storage facility
  • Prevent manipulation of historical records
  • Make use of our Industrial-grade shredders
  • Get certificate of destruction for compliance records

What our customers are Saying?

KAYMAN is one of the few Document Storage Companies in Chennai that caters to multiple industry clients for various records management services.

We rely on KAYMAN records management for our records storage. They are professionals in the information management discipline.

Leading Packaging Company

Our huge pile of records is efficiently scanned and digitized with Kayman Records Digitization Services. Helps us very much to maintain clean offices.

General Manager
Leading Logistics Company

KAYMAN helps us with Medical Records Storage. Medical documents storage is critical for meeting compliance. We digitize our medical files as well.

Leading Healthcare Company


Monthly Basis - Your files are stored in standard sized Records Management boxes and the charges are based on the count of boxes that are stored.

A Records Management box can hold 4-5 Box files or 25 - 30 Flat files (File size does matter)

We provide Doorstep Pickup & Delivery of Files

No Security deposits. No Hidden charges. - Pay for what you use

Store, safe and securely at 1/3 of the cost of renting a Flat or an Apartment

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 Kayman Vaults Jun 08, 2022

Article 1 Of Limitation Act,1963 Will Not Apply To Proceedings Under Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code, 2016: NCLAT

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) Principal Bench comprising of Justice Ashok Bhushan and Dr. Alok Srivastava in the case of S M Ghogbhai versus Schedulers Logistics India Pvt. Ltd. held that the Article 1 of Limitation Act, 1963 is not applicable to the Petition filed by the Operational Creditor under Section 9 of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC/Code). Brief Background The Parties are involved in the business of transport services. A total no. of 174 Invoices were raised by Appellant upon Respondent and the last payment was received by Appellant on 26.09.2016. The Appellant sought reconciliation of account for the outstanding dues but the same remained unpaid. The Appellant sent a demand notice for an amount of INR 76.04 Lakhs and subsequently filed the Petition under Section 9 on 24.10.2019 against the Respondent. Impugned Order NCLT Mumbai, Court-III dismissed the Section 9 petition filed by the Appellant on the ground that the Petition is filed on the basis of invoices which were prior to three years from the date of filing of Section 9 Petition and therefore, held that the Section 9 Petition is barred by limitation. Contentions of Appellant It was contended by the Appellant that the Parties maintained a running account and the same is reflected in the ledger account of the Respondent. It was also contended that the last invoice was dated 10.10.2016 and since, Article 1 of the Limitation Act states that the limitation period of 3 years begins to run from the close of the year in which the last item admitted or proved is entered into the account and therefore, the limitation period will start from 31.03.2017. The Petition was filed on 24.10.2019 and therefore the same was within the period of three years. Contentions of Respondent It was contended on behalf of the Respondent that the claim was raised on the basis of 174 invoices which dated backs to 10.10.2016 and the Petition was filed on 24.10.2019 and thus clearly barred by limitation. It was further contended by the Respondent that the argument concerning applicability of Article 1 of the Limitation Act was not even raised before the NCLT and even otherwise, it is well settled that the only Article 137 of the Limitation Act will be applicable. Decision/Analysis by NCLAT NCLAT observed that it is well settled that the provisions of Limitation Act are applicable to proceedings under IBC. Thereafter, the NCLAT framed the question of law which was as follows; "12. The question to be considered in the present case is as to whether Appellant can take benefit of Article 1 of the Limitation Act, 1963…" While the abovementioned question, NCLAT relied on the case of BK Educational Services Pvt. Ltd. v. Parag Gupta and Babulal Vardharji Gurjar v. Veer Gurjar Aluminium Industries wherein Supreme Court held that the period of limitation for filing an application under Section 7 or 9 of the Code is to be decided as per Article 137 of the Limitation Act. NCLAT further held that Article 1 of Limitation Act deals with "suits relation to accounts" and an application under Section 9 of the Code cannot be said to be a suit relating to accounts. The Bench further ruled that the last payment was received on 26.09.2016 and last invoice was raised on 10.10.2016 and therefore, as per Article 137 application under Section 9 has to be file within a period of three years from the time "when the right to apply accrues" and the same will accrued when the invoices issued by Appellant were not paid by Respondent. Case Title: S M Ghogbhai versus Schedulers Logistics India Pvt. Ltd Counsel for Appellant: Adv. Ekta Mehta Counsel for Respondent: Adv. Kayomars K. Kerawalla, Adv. Kunal Mehta and Adv. Robin Fernades Source:

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