Appellate Tribunal Punjab Revenue Authority
The PITB has launched a website of the Appellate Tribunal Punjab Revenue Authority. The headquarter of the CESTAT is in New Delhi and it has regional benches in Mumbai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, and Hyderabad. The CESTAT refers to the High Court in cases where a question of law is involved. A case may also be appealed to the tribunal in a dispute between the two authorities.
PITB has launched a website for Appellate Tribunal Punjab Revenue Authority
The Appellate Tribunal Punjab Revenue Authority has launched its website with the goal of ensuring that citizens can easily access information about PITB proceedings. The PPRA is an agency responsible for implementing procurement laws, regulating government spending, and monitoring rural services. Its new website makes it easy for citizens to access information about PITB proceedings, as well as learn about PPRA’s new online services.
The Appellate Tribunal Punjab Revenue Authority is one such government department whose website has been developed by PITB. The website is responsive on all devices and is highly customizable. It helps the government department register appeals against Commissioners. PITB has a long history of providing reliable web hosting infrastructure to government departments. PITB has been in the IT business for more than a decade and has developed over a thousand sites, from state-run organizations to private companies.
CESTAT’s headquarter is at New Delhi
The Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal is an appeal authority established under the Customs Act, 1962. The tribunal hears appeals under various laws. Its headquarter is in New Delhi, and it has regional benches in Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, and Chandigarh. The Tribunal has a total of seven benches across the country. Here is a breakdown of the locations.
The Tribunal is comprised of an appellate bench, which is appointed by the government. The Appellate Tribunal is a quasi-judicial body, and hears appeals in tax cases filed by taxpayers. The CESTAT’s headquarter is in New Delhi. The Appellate Tribunal has jurisdiction over a wide range of tax matters. The tribunal can decide on disputed assessments under the Income Tax Act, or rule a case out based on the circumstances.
It has regional benches at Mumbai, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh and Hyderabad
The Supreme Court has recommended setting up regional benches at five major cities, including Delhi. The issue has been debatable ever since the apex court has remained largely based in Delhi. The Congress party’s pitch for regional benches during the last Lok Sabha polls was unsuccessful, but the Union government has said the matter should be decided in Delhi. The court has referred a PIL filed by V Vasanthkumar to a Constitution bench. But, some critics argue that setting up regional benches will weaken the Supreme Court’s prestige, a phenomenon that has plagued other parts of the country for decades. Several regional benches would lead to a cacophony of voices and lack of consensus.
A law commission’s report released in 2009 recommended setting up regional benches in each region. The benches would hear appeals from judgments and orders issued by the High Court. The court also has a judicial court of cassation, which is the last resort in cases of judicial misconduct. This court has the power to quash and reverse decisions passed by lower courts.