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ITAT Orders For Filing Appeals And Seeking Adjournment Kept In Abeyance

It may be recalled that the Hon’ble President of the ITAT had passed orders dated 14th May 2015 and 20th May 2015 with regard to the filing of appeals and the seeking of adjournments. The Order with regard to the seeking of adjournments required the adjournment applications to be filed at least three weeks in advance and to be accompanied with an affidavit.

The Members of the Bar met the Hon’ble President and apprised him of the practical difficulties that would arise from the said orders.

Pursuant to the said representation of the Bar, the Hon’ble President has passed an order dated 16th June 2015 in which it is stated that the said two orders dated 14th May 2015 and 20th May 2015 are held in abeyance until further orders.

We are thankful to the Hon’ble President for his action in the matter.


Income Tax Appellate Tribunal
4th Floor, Prathishtha Bhavan, 101 Maharshi Karve Marg,
Mumbai – 400 020
16th June, 2015.

O R D E R
Order dated 14th May 2015 with respect to pagination and order dated 20th May 2015 with respect to adjournments are held in abeyance till further orders.

[Justice (Retd.) Dev Darshan Sud]
President,

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6 comments on “ITAT Orders For Filing Appeals And Seeking Adjournment Kept In Abeyance
  1. CA Chandravijay Shah says:

    Hope, no such impracticable Order is issued again in future which will avoid waste of valuable Professional-Hours.

    Kudos to the Members of the Bar for taking prompt initiative and saving the Professionals from grave inconvenience.

  2. Murali Krishna murthy says:

    The Hon’ble President has rightly kept the earlier orders in abeyance. In the meanwhile, he could seek opinion from office and counsels and take an appropriate decision.

  3. MAKE THE THINGS OPTIONAL IN STEAD OF ABEYANCE, SO THE ADMINISTRATIVE AND PRACTICAL RESULT CAN BE EXPERIENCED FOR ALL FUTURISTIC STEPS TO THE ADVENCEMENT AND BETTERMENT OF THE BEST ADMINISTRATION.

  4. JUSTICE IS RIGHT, AFTER ALL WHEN AN INCONVENIENCE IS CREATED APPEALS SURFACE THEN RECTIFY IS THE KIND OF THINK HE ADVANCES, NOTHING WRONG.

    THANK HIM

  5. G. BANERJEE says:

    Unnecessary,mindless exercise of issuing notifications / circulars / directions subsequently to be withheld . This in due course make u loose confidence in judiciary. Unfortunately there is no accountability also

  6. k meenakshi sundaram says:

    An order which is not practically possible was first issued and this is being kept in abeyance (for ever!) at the plea from practitioners. Wonderful. Long live application of mind !

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