Functioning of Appellate Authority against the orders passed by the Adjudicating Authorities authorized by the Central Government under Section 13 of the said Act and specified in column 2 .

NOTIFICATION NO. 101 (RE-2013)/2009-2014,

Dated: December 5, 2014

S.O………, In exercise of the powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-section (1) of Section 15 of the Foreign Trade (Development and Regulation) Act, 1992 (22 of 1992) and in supersession of the earlier Notifications referred below, the Central Government hereby authorizes the officers specified in column 3 of the Table below to function as Appellate Authority against the orders passed by the Adjudicating Authorities authorized by the Central Government under Section 13 of the said Act and specified in column 2 of the said Table:-

TABLE

Sl. No.
Designation of Adjudicating Authority
Appellate Authority
1. Assistant Director General of Foreign Trade Additional Director General of Foreign Trade
2. Deputy Director General of Foreign Trade
3. Joint Director General of Foreign Trade
4. Additional Director General of Foreign Trade Director General of Foreign Trade aided by one Addl. DGFT in the Directorate General of Foreign Trade.
5. Development Commissioner, Special Economic Zones
6. Designated Officer, Department of Electronics & Information Technology

Earlier Notifications which stand superseded:

1. Notification S.O. 1059(E) dated 31st December, 1993.

2. Notification S.O. 193(E) dated 6th March, 2000.

3. Notification No. 21 (RE-2013)/2009-2014 dated 13th June, 2013.

File No.01/69/594/007/2008/OM1/O&M

(Pravir Kumar)
Director General of Foreign Trade

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0 responses to “DGFT notifies Appellate Authority against orders passed by Adjudicating Authorities”

  1. adv. dr.g.balakrishnan says:

    All need to follow procedural laws strictly that is vital in any civil/criminal action contemplated by any statutory Act, statutory Acts works on the basis of parliamentary or legislative intention, so no authority travel can beyond the the statutory Law is reminded, here please.

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