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Section 22 of AFT Act 2007 - Limitation

What is Limitation? Section 22 of Armed Forces Tribunal Act 2007

Section 22 : Limitation

The Tribunal shall not admit an application—
(a) in a case where a final order such as is mentioned in clause (a) of sub-section (2) of section 21 has been made unless the application is made within six months from the date on which such final order has been made;

 

(b) in a case where a petition or a representation such as is mentioned in clause (b) of sub-section (2) of section 21 has been made and the period of six months has expired thereafter without such final order having been made;

(c) in a case where the grievance in respect of which an application is made had arisen by reason of any order made at any time during the period of three years immediately preceding the date on which jurisdiction, powers and authority of the Tribunal became exercisable under this Act, in respect of the matter to which such order relates and no proceedings for the redressal of such grievance had been commenced before the said date before the High Court.

(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), the Tribunal may admit an application after the period of six months referred to in clause (a) or clause (b) of sub-section (1), as the case may be, or prior to the period of three years specified in clause (c), if the Tribunal is satisfied that the applicant had sufficient cause for not making the application within such period.

 

 

 

AFT ACT 2007

CHAPTER IV PROCEDURE

Section 21 of AFT Act 2007 - Application not to be admitted unless other remedies exhausted

Section 22 of AFT Act 2007 - Limitation

Section 23 of AFT Act 2007 - Procedure and powers of the Tribunal

Section 24 of AFT Act 2007 - Term of sentence and its effect on appeal

Section 25 of AFT Act 2007 - Right of applicant or of appellant to take assistance of a legal practitioner and of Government, etc., to appoint counsel

Section 26 of AFT Act 2007 - Condition as to making of interim order

Section 27 of AFT Act 2007 - Power of Chairperson to transfer cases from one Bench to another

Section 28 of AFT Act 2007 - Decision to be by majority

Section 29 of AFT Act 2007 - Execution of order of Tribunal

CHAPTER V APPEAL

Section 30 of AFT Act 2007 - Appeal to Supreme Court

Section 31 of AFT Act 2007 - Leave to appeal

Section 32 of AFT Act 2007 - condonation

CHAPTER VI MISCELLANEOUS

Section 33 of AFT Act 2007 - Exclusion of jurisdiction of civil courts

Section 34 of AFT Act 2007 - Transfer of pending cases

Section 35 of AFT Act 2007 - Provision for filing of certain appeals

Section 36 of AFT Act 2007 - Proceedings before Tribunal to be judicial proceedings

Section 37 of AFT Act 2007 - Members and staff of Tribunal to be public servants

Section 38 of AFT Act 2007 - Protection of action taken in good faith

Section 39 of AFT Act 2007 - Act to have overriding effect

Section 40 of AFT Act 2007 - Power to remove difficulties

Section 41 of AFT Act 2007 - Power of Central Government to make rules

Section 42 of AFT Act 2007 - Power to make rules retrospectively

Section 43 of AFT Act 2007 - Laying of rules

 

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