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ITAT Benches To Not Sit In Summer Vacation

Pursuant to a resolution by the Standing Committee, the Assistant Registrar of the ITAT has issued an order dated 15th May 2019 stipulating the “Bench non-sitting days” in the ITAT.

Different dates have been specified for different Benches.

INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL, MUMBAI

Sub : Schedule of Bench Non-sitting days in I.T.A.T.
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On the subject cited above , it is intimated that, the summer schedule of non bench sitting is as under:

ZONE Bench Non-Sitting Dates
Ahmedabad Zone 20th to 24th May & 27th to 31st May, 2019
Mumbai Zone 20th to 24th May & 27th to 31st May, 2019
Pune Zone 20th to 24th May & 27th to 31st May, 2019
Delhi Zone 17th to 21st June & 24th to 28th June , 2019
Lucknow Zone 17th to 21st June & 24th to 28th June , 2019
Chandigarh Zone 17th to 21st June & 24th to 28th June , 2019
Hyderabad Zone 20th to 24th May & 27th to 31st May, 2019
Chennai Zone 20th to 24th May & 27th to 31st May, 2019
Bangalore Zone 20th to 24th May & 27th to 31st May, 2019
Kolkata Zone 27th to 31st May & 3rd to 7lh June , 2019




The move by the ITAT was welcomed by many in the fraternity of tax professionals.

Dr. Y. P. Trivedi, Senior Advocate, pointed out that the Bar Association, under the leadership of Shri N. A. Palkhivala, had urged in the past to the authorities that like all Civil Courts, the Tribunal should have a short break in a year which will give the Bar and the Judges an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate their minds.

The eminent jurist opined that like cricket or in all walks of life, the mind gets compartmentalized and hence gets fatigued because of continuous working.

A small break brings out refreshment of mind and in the result in actual practice, the efficiency of an individual increases after a temporary rest. One feels fresh and more energetic, he said.

Dr. Trivedi congratulated the Learned President for this bold initiative which would give more invigoration to the institute.


3 comments on “ITAT Benches To Not Sit In Summer Vacation
  1. KSAlegal says:

    F.No. 01 (03)/Roster/CESTAT /2019

    Customs, Excise & Service Tax Appellate Tribunal

    West Rlock-2, R.K. Purarn. New Delhi – 66
    Dated: 17 May 2019

    ORDER

    Hori’ble President, CESTAT is pleased to order that there will be no sitting of Benches of the
    Tribunal on the following dates as mentioned against each Bench:

    Bench Period

    PRINCIPAL BENCH, DELHI 3.6.19 to 7.6.19 and
    10.6.19 to 14.6.19

    AHMEDABAD 20.5.19 to 24.5.19 and
    27.5.19 to 31.5.19

    ALLAHABAD 3.6.19 to 7.6.19 and
    10.6.19 to 14.6.19

    BANGALORE 20.5.19 to 24.5.19 and
    27.5.19 to 31.5.19

    CHANDIGARH 3.6.19 to 7.6.19 and
    10.6.19 to 14.6.19

    CHENNAI 20.5.19 to 24.5.19 and
    27.5.19 to 31.5.19

    HYDERABAD 20.5.19 to 24.5.19 and
    27.5.19 to 31.5.19

    KOLKATA 20.5.19 to 24.5.19 and
    27.5.19 to 31.5.19

    MUMBAI 20.5.19 to 24.5.19 and
    27.5.19 to 31.5.19

    All matters listed during the above dates will be adjourned. Urgent matters will be heard on
    specific request made in that behalf.

    The Registry, offices and the establishment will work as usual. The Physical verification and
    weeding out of files will be completed by the Registry during the above period. Updation of Data,
    digitalisation of orders and other infrastructural works relating to Court rooms, Chambers and office
    will also be undertaken by the Registry.

    ~ __ __l
    (Bineesh Kumar K.S)

    Registrar
    Copy to:
    1. SPS to Hon’ble President, CESTAT, Delhi/Members, CESTAT, New Delhi and all Regional
    Benches.
    2. Chief CommissionerCAR), CESTAT Delhi/Commissioner CAR)
    Mumbai/Kolkata/Chennai/ Ahmedabad/ Allahabad/Bangalore/ Chandigarh/ Hyderabad
    3. PA to Registrar, CESTAT, Delhi
    4. Dy./ Asstt. Registrars/ Technical Officer, CESTAT Delhi/ Mumbai/Kolkata/
    Chennai/ Ahmedabad/ Allahabad/Bangalore/ Chandigarh/ Hyderabad.
    5. Bar Association, CESTAT Delhi/ Mumbai/Kotkata/ Chennai/ Ahmedabad/
    Allahabad/Bangalore/ Chandigarh/ Hyderabad
    6. Notice Board/ Website/ Guard File/ Office Copy

  2. INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL, MUMBAI BENCHES, MUMBAI
    Summer schedule of non-sitting days of Mumbai Benches of
    ITAT.
    In accordance with the order of the Hon’ble President dated 15th May 2019, approving the resolution passed by the Standing Committee of the ITAT .on 9th May 2019, the regular benches in Mumbai will not function during the
    period 20th May to 24th May 2019 and 27th May to 31st May 2019.
    The Registry is directed to adjourn all the appeals, cross-objections and· Miscellaneous Applications fixed during the aforesaid period and intimate the fresh dates separately.
    However, the Offices of ITAT will remain open as usual during the aforesaid period.
    The pronouncement of orders and other applications which have already been heard and orders reserved, shall be done during this period. Necessary notifications in this regard shall be issued by the Registry from time to time.
    It is further notified that in case of any urgent matters of Stay Applications etc., the parties may approach the Registry or the Office of the undersigned so that, if found expedient, an appropriate Bench can be constituted to hear and dispose of such matters.
    ~
    (G S Pannu) Vice-President (MZ/CZ) Mumbai, Dt. 15th May 2019

  3. INCOME TAX APPELLATE TRIBUNAL
    AHMEDABAD ZONE, AHMEDABAD
    May 15, 2019
    Non-functioning of benches, for a period of two weeks in summer, in the
    Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Ahmedabad Zone
    In accordance with the order of Hon’ble President, dated 15th May 2019, approving the
    resolution adopted in the Standing Committee of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, the
    regular benches of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Ahmedabad benches, will not function
    during the period specified below:
    Ahmedabad, Rajkot
    Indore and Surat benches 20th May 2019 to 31st May 2019
    2. All the appeals, cross objections and miscellaneous applications fixed during the
    aforesaid period stand adjourned, and the fresh dates for hearing of these matters will be
    informed separately. However, in case there are any urgent matters, such as stay petitions and
    the matter being heard under time bound instructions of Hon’ble Courts above, the parties are
    at liberty to approach the undersigned’s office so that, if necessary, bench(es) may be
    constituted to hear such matters.
    3. It is clarified that the offices of the Income Tax Appellate Tribunal will remain open,
    in the normal working hours, during the aforesaid period as usual, and all other work, except
    for judicial functioning of regular benches, will be carried out. It is further clarified that the
    pronouncement of the orders on appeals or applications, which have been heard and orders
    thereon are reserved, will also be done, as may be necessary, during the aforesaid period as
    well.
    Sd/xx
    Pramod Kumar
    Vice President

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