Dated: June 26, 2012
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Keeping in view the difficulties pointed out by the Members of Bar Associations CESTAT as also of the Departmental Representatives, the Hon’ble President has been pleased to partially modify the Circular dated 30/3/2012 to the extent indicated below:-
It is directed that Appeals Stay and Misc. Applications received by hand in the Registry, if not under objection, shall be listed before the Respective Benches latest by the fourteenth day of the receipt of Appeals, Stay and Misc. Applications after issued notice to the Parties.
It is further directed that Appeals, Stay and Misc. Applications received by Registered Post/Speed Post if not under objection shall be listed within four week of the receipt of the Appeals/Applications.
Copy of the circular is also forward the Regional Benches of the Tribunal.