Change In Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench Constitution w.e.f 27.10.2014

The Hon’ble the
CHIEF JUSTICE
AND
The Hon’ble Shri Justice
B.P. COLABAWALLA
(Court Room No.52)

MONDAY TO FRIDAY EXCEPT THURSDAY
For admission, final hearing and Interlocutory applications therein:
A) Appeals under Arbitration and Conciliation Act,
(B) Original Side Civil Writ Petitions relating to:
i) Challenge to Constitutional validity of Development
Control Regulations/Regulations regarding Slum
Rehabilitation Projects,
(ii) Heritage Precincts,
(iii) Rights of persons with disabilities,
(iv) Infrastructure Projects :roads,
bridges, railways,
airports, water transport,
(C) Writ Petitions challenging vires of
(i) any Direct Tax Laws
(ii) any Tax provisions of Municipal Laws.
EVERY THURSDAY
Public Interest Litigations (Civil) filed on or after 1st May 2014 except those relating to children and unauthorized constructions for admission, final hearing and order matters
therein.
EVERY FRIDAY AFTERNOON SESSION
Hon’ble the CHIEF JUSTICE and Hon’ble Shri Justice
B.P. COLABAWALLA will sit single and will take up Original Side/Appellate Side matters, to be notified separately.
AND
APPELLATE SIDE MATTERS

The Hon’ble Shri Justice
S. C. DHARMADHIKARI
AND
The Hon’ble Shri Justice
A.A. SAYED
(Court Room No. 31)

For admission, final hearing and order matters therein:
A) Writ Petitions, Appeals, References and applications in Maharashtra VAT, Sales Tax,
(B) Foreign Trade (Regulation and Development) Act, 1992 including FERA, FEMA,
(C) Writ Petitions in indirect tax matters under the Central
Acts (Central Excise, Customs and Service Tax),
(D) Tax Appeals, References and Applications in direct tax matters and indirect tax matters under Central Acts,
AND
APPELLATE SIDE MATTERS

The Hon’ble Shri Justice
M. S. SANKLECHA
AND
The Hon’ble Shri Justice
M.S. SONAK
(Court Room No.27)

MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY
For admission, final hearing and order matters therein:
A) Writ Petitions pertaining to Direct Tax Laws.
(B) Chartered Accountant References.
AND
APPELLATE SIDE MATTERS             


2 comments on “Change In Bombay High Court’s Tax Bench Constitution w.e.f 27.10.2014
  1. CA Vijay Gupta says:

    A long pendency of old cases at Both Nagpur & Goa Benches of Bombay High Court as no tax Bench or even judges are there – so not having the Tax Benches to sit there for a week at least in every month by rotation.

  2. Sher.Singh says:

    After Vodafone, certain bench is not interested in hearing the writs under Direct Taxes except on constitutional validity. Why can’t one have a single division bench for Direct Tax matters and Indirect Tax Matters each.

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