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Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench Constitution w.e.f 10.07.2017

The Constitution of the Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench w.e.f 10.07.2017 is as follows:

The Hon’ble Shri Justice
S.V. GANGAPURWALA
AND
The Hon’ble Shri Justice
A.M. BADAR
(Court Room No. 31)
MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY ORIGINAL SIDE
For admission, hearing and order matters therein:
(A) Writ Petitions,
Appeals and references, under Direct Tax Laws.
(B) Specially assigned matters
MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY APPELLATE SIDE
For admission, hearing and order matters therein:
(A) Writ Petitions, Appeals and references, under Direct Tax Laws.
(B) Specially Assigned Matters.
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY
Final hearing and order matters therein of Writ Petitions from the year 2006 to 2010 on Original Side and Appellate Side to be notified separately.
The Hon’ble Shri Justice
ANOOP V MOHTA
AND
The Hon’ble Smt. Justice
ANUJA PRABHUDESSAI
(Court Room No. 40)
ORIGINAL SIDE
For admission, hearing and order matters therein:
(A) Writ Petitions, Appeals, References and applications in Maharashtra VAT, Sales Tax, Foreign Trade (Regulation and Development) Act,1992 including FERA, FEMA.
(B) All Appeals, References and Applications under Indirect Taxes under Central Acts.
(C) All Writ Petitions in Indirect Tax matters under Central Acts and State Acts (including Excise Duty, Customs
duty and Service tax).
(D) Chartered Accountant References.
(E) Writ Petitions of the year 2017 except assigned to other Courts.
(F) Specially assigned matters
APPELLATE SIDE
For admission, hearing and order matters therein:
(A) Writ Petitions, Appeals, References and applications in Maharashtra VAT, Sales Tax, Foreign Trade (Regulation and Development) Act,1992 including FERA, FEMA.
(B) All Appeals, References and Applications under Indirect Taxes under Central Acts,
(C) Writ Petitions in indirect tax matters under Central Acts and State Acts (including Excise Duty, Customs Duty
and Service tax),
(D) Chartered Accountant References.
(E) Specially Assigned Matters.

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