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Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench Constitution w.e.f 15.11.2016

The Constitution of the Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench w.e.f 15.11.2016 is as follows:

The Hon’ble Shri Justice
S.C. DHARMADHIKARI
AND
The Hon’ble Shri Justice
B.P. COLABAWALLA
Commercial Appellate
Division Bench
(Court Room No.31)

For admission, final hearing and order matters therein:
(A) Writ Petitions challenging Vires of Direct / Indirect Tax Laws.
(B) Writ Petitions, Appeals, References and applications in Maharashtra VAT, Sales Tax, Foreign Trade(Regulation and Development) Act,1992 including FERA, FEMA.
(C) All Writ Petitions in Indirect Tax matters under Central Acts (including Excise Duty, Customs duty and Service tax).
(D) All Appeals, References and Applications under Indirect Taxes under Central Acts.
(E) Writ Petitions relating to Labour and Service (including Municipal Corporations, Municipal Councils and Panchayats).
(F) Writ Petitions arising out of Maharashtra State Cooperative Societies Act,
(G) All Appeals under Section 13 of Commercial Courts, Commercial Division and Commercial Appellate Division of High Courts Act, 2015, except Appeals against Order
under Section 10 of the Act,
(H) Specially assigned matters.
AND

APPELLATE SIDE MATTERS

The Hon’ble Shri Justice
M.S. SANKLECHA
AND
The Hon’ble Shri Justice
A.K. MENON
(Court Room No. 6)

For admission, final hearing and order matters therein:

(A) WritPetitions, Appeals and references, under Direct Tax Laws and Municipal Tax Laws.
(B) Chartered Accountant References
(C) Property taxes and other Municipal Panchayat taxes in area of Municipal Corporation, (except vires challenge),
(D) Specially assigned matters.
AND
APPELLATE SIDE MATTERS

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