Inviting suggestions on the issue of reducing litigation in all appellate forums.

The Central Board of Direct Taxes vide Office Order F.No.279/Misc/M-51/2017- ITJ dated 12th July, 2017 has constituted a Committee to prepare a “Concept Note” to revamp the existing appeal mechanism with a view to urgently address the issue of reducing litigation considering the pendency of litigation in all appellate forums.

In this connection, suggestions are invited in this regard from the officers of the Department and other stake holders, which may reach the undersigned by 06/11/2017

Yours faithfully,

(Ravi Jain)

Commissioner of Income Tax (Judicial), New Delhi & Member Secretary, Committee to prepare a concept note to revamp the existing appeal mechanism towards reducing litigation.

citjudicial.delhi@incometax.gov.in

Room No. 1624, C.R.Building, I.P.Estate,
New Delhi-110002.

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2 Comments

  1. Adv. Ishwar Singh Verma says:

    i. Make it mandatory for the Assessing Officer to represent before the CIT(A).

    ii. No Department Officer be posted to represent before the ITAT, rather Advocates and Retired members of the ITAT (whosoever are interested) should be engaged to represent before ITAT

    iii. Assessment records and records before the CIT(A) should be made available to such authorised representative.

    iv. Try this system at least for 6 months and review the results.

  2. Deepak soni says:

    CBDT is be fooling the people to seek the cheap publicity. CBDT very well knows that its officers are responsible for the high pitched assessments which are resulting in the litigations. Even CBDT also is responsible because with a view to pleasing its bosses in the Finance Ministry it is directing to frame high pitched assessments.

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