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What is Appeal against order for acquisition? What is Appeal to High Court? Section 269G and 269H of Income Tax Act 1961

Appeal against order for acquisition and Appeal to High Court are defined under section 269G and 269H of Income Tax Act 1961. Provisions under these Sections are:

Section 269G of Income Tax Act "Appeal against order for acquisition"

Section 269G. (1) An appeal may be preferred to the Appellate Tribunal against the order for the acquisition of any immovable property made by the competent authority under section 269F,-

(a) by the transferor or the transferee or any other person referred to in sub-section (8) of that section, within a period of forty-five days from the date of such order or a period of thirty days from the date of service of a copy of the order on such person under the said sub-section, whichever period expires later ;

(b) by any other person interested in such immovable property, within forty-five days from the date of such order :

Provided that the Appellate Tribunal may, on an application made in this behalf before the expiry of the said period of forty-five days or, as the case may be, thirty days, permit, by order, the appeal to be presented within such further period as may be specified therein if the applicant satisfies the Appellate Tribunal that he has sufficient cause for not being able to present the appeal within the said period of forty-five days or, as the case may be, thirty days.

 

(2) Every appeal under this section shall be in the prescribed form and shall be verified in the prescribed manner and shall be accompanied by a fee of two hundred rupees.

(3) The Appellate Tribunal shall fix a day and place for the hearing of the appeal and shall give notice of the same to the appellant and to the competent authority.

(4) The Appellate Tribunal may, after giving the appellant and the competent authority an opportunity of being heard, pass such orders thereon as it thinks fit.

(5) The Appellate Tribunal may, at any time within thirty days from the date of the order, with a view to rectifying any mistake apparent from the record, amend any order passed by it under sub-section (4) and shall make such amendment if the mistake is brought to its notice by the appellant or the competent authority :
Provided that if any such amendment is likely to affect any person prejudicially, it shall not be made without giving to such person a reasonable opportunity of being heard.

(6) The Appellate Tribunal shall send a copy of any orders passed under this section to the appellant and to the [Principal Commissioner or] Commissioner.

(7) Save as provided in section 269H, orders passed by the Appellate Tribunal on appeal shall be final.

(8) Every appeal under this section shall be disposed of as expeditiously as possible and endeavour shall be made to dispose of every such appeal within ninety days from the date on which it is presented.

(9) The provisions of section 255 (except sub-section (3) thereof) shall, so far as may be, apply in relation to the powers, functions and proceedings of the Appellate Tribunal under this section as they apply in relation to the powers, functions and proceedings of the Appellate Tribunal under Chapter XX.

Section 269H of Income Tax Act "Appeal to High Court"

Section 269H. (1) The 68[Principal Commissioner or] Commissioner or any person aggrieved by any order of the Appellate Tribunal under section 269G may, within sixty days of the date on which he is served with notice of such order under that section, prefer an appeal against such order to the High Court on any question of law :

Provided that the High Court may, on an application made in this behalf before the expiry of the said period of sixty days, permit, by order, the appeal to be presented within such further period as may be specified therein, if the applicant satisfies the High Court that he has sufficient cause for not being able to present the appeal within the said period of sixty days.

(2) An appeal under sub-section (1) shall be heard by a Bench of not less than two Judges of the High Court and the provisions of section 259 shall apply in relation to any such appeal as they apply in relation to a case referred to the High Court under section 256.

(3) The costs of the appeal shall be in the discretion of the High Court.

 

   
 

Income Tax Act 1961

What is Registration of certain transactions? What is Competent authority? Section 269AB and 269B of Income Tax Act 1961

What is Immovable property in respect of which proceedings for acquisition may be taken? What is Preliminary notice? Section 269C and 269D of Income Tax Act 1961

What are Objections? What is Hearing of objections? Section 269E and 269F of Income Tax Act 1961

What is Appeal against order for acquisition? What is Appeal to High Court? Section 269G and 269H of Income Tax Act 1961

What is Vesting of property in Central Government? What is Compensation? Section 269I and 269J of Income Tax Act 1961

What is Payment or deposit of compensation? What is Assistance by Valuation Officers? Section 269K and 269L of Income Tax Act 1961

What is Powers of competent authority? What is Rectification of mistakes? What is Appearance by authorised representative or registered valuer? Section 269M, 269N and 269O of Income Tax Act 1961

What is Statement to be furnished in respect of transfers of immovable property? What is the meaning of Chapter not to apply to transfers to relatives? Section 269P and 269Q of Income Tax Act 1961

What is the meaning Properties liable for acquisition under this Chapter not to be acquired under other laws? What is Chapter not to apply where transfer of immovable property made after a certain date? What is Chapter not to extend to State of Jammu and Kashmir? Section 269R, 269RR and 269S of Income Tax Act 1961

What is the Mode of taking or accepting certain loans, deposits and specified sum? What is Mode of repayment of certain loans or deposits? Section 269SS and 269T of Income Tax Act 1961

 

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