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Two Judges Appointed To The Bombay High Court, Constitution Of Tax Bench Changed

Pursuant to the recommendations of the Supreme Court Collegium, Mr. Justice A.A.Kureshi, Judge, Gujarat High Court, and Mr. Justice Indrajit Mahanty, Judge, Orissa High Court, have been transferred to the Bombay High Court.

Pursuant to the said transfer, the Tax Bench of the Bombay High Court with effect from 19th November 2018 has been reconstituted as follows:

N O T I C E

In partial modification to the judicial assignment of the Principal Seat at Bombay, which would have come into effect from 19th November 2018, it is hereby notified for the information of the Advocates and parties appearing in person that the Hon’ble the Chief Justice is pleased to approve following partial modification with effect from 19th November 2018:

Present sitting Assignment

The Hon’ble Shri Justice
AKIL KURESHI

AND

The Hon’ble Shri Justice
M.S. SANKLECHA
(Court Room No. 53)

APPELLATE SIDE MATTERS

For admission, hearing and order matters therein :

(A) All Appeals, References and Applications under Indirect Taxes under Central
Acts.

(B) Writ Petitions in indirect tax matters under Central Acts and State Acts
(including Excise Duty, Customs Duty and Service tax).

(C) Chartered Accountant References.

(D) Appeals, References and applications in Maharashtra VAT, Sales Tax,
Foreign Trade (Regulation and Development) Act,1992 including FERA, FEMA.

(E) Writ Petitions, Appeals and References under Direct Tax Laws.

ORIGINAL SIDE MATTERS

For admission, hearing and order matters therein :

(
A) All Appeals, References and Applications under Indirect Taxes under Central Acts.

(B) Writ Petitions in indirect tax matters under Central Acts and State Acts (including Excise Duty, Customs Duty and Service tax).

(C) Chartered Accountant References.

(D) Appeals, References and applications in Maharashtra VAT, Sales Tax, Foreign Trade (Regulation and Development) Act,1992 including FERA, FEMA.

(E) Writ Petitions, Appeals and References under Direct Tax Laws.


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