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Collegium for considering withdrawal of Appeals before High Courts

Income Tax - F.No.279/Misc./52/2014-(ITJ) - Dated:- 10-12-2015 - F.No.279/Misc./52/2014-(ITJ) GOVERNMENT OF INDIA MINISTRY OF FINANCE DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE CENTRAL BOARD OF DIRECT TAXES New Delhi, 10 December 2015 OFFICE MEMORANDUM To All Principal C .....

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lti-CCsIT stations. 2. ITATs and High Courts have adversely commented on the filing of frivolous appeals by the Department. In a recent decision the Hon. Bombay High Court observed that the manner in which the appeal has been filed and prosecuted was .....

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was suggested, "to provide an inhouse committee of senior officers of the Revenue to review decisions taken in respect of appeals already filed and pending. If it is found that questions raised are covered by any decision of this Court or Apex .....

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drawn and or dismissed as not pressed." Courts have time and again noted that appeals are filed even where no substantial question of law exists. Appeals on issues which have subsequently been accepted by the Department also require to be withdr .....

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le for reviewing all appeals pending before the high Courts relating to the jurisdictional CCIT. 4. In single CCsIT stations, the Pr. CCIT stations, the Pr. CCIT will constitute a collegium of 2 officers of the rank of Pr.CCIT/CCIT/DGIT including the .....

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form a collegium with Pr. CCIT NER to review the appeals of that Region. 5. It would be the responsibility of the PCIT concerned to draw up a list of pending appeals in his Charge and present cases for review to the collegium. Preparation of an accur .....

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