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Income-Tax (Appellate Tribunal) Rules, 1963

1.Short title and commencement
3.Sittings of Bench
4.Powers of Bench
4-A.Powers and functions of the Registrar
5.Language of the Tribunal
5-A.Filing of documents in Hindi
5-B.Use of Hindi in proceedings and orders
6.Procedure for filing appeals
7.Date of presentation of appeals
8.Contents of memorandum of appeal
9.What to accompany memorandum of appeal
10.Filing of affidavits
11.Grounds which may be taken in appeal
12.Rejection or amendment of memorandum of appeal
13.Who may be joined as respondent in an appeal by assessee
14.Who may be joined as respondent in an appeal by the Income-tax Officer
15.What to accompany memorandum of appeal under section 253(2)
16.Authorizing a representative to appear
17.Authorization to be filed
17-A.Dress regulations for the members and for the representatives of the parties
18.Preparation of paper books, etc
19.Date and place for hearing of appeal to be notified
20.Date and place of hearing of appeal, how fixed
21.Grant of time to answer in an appeal under section 253(1)
23.Hearing of the appeal
24.Hearing of appeal ex parte for default by the appellant
25.Hearing of appeal ex parte for default by the respondent
26.Continuation of proceedings after the death or adjudication of a party to the appeal
27.Respondent may support order on grounds decided against him
28.Remand of the case by the Tribunal
29.Production of additional evidence before the Tribunal
30.Mode of taking additional evidence
31.Additional evidence to be submitted to the Tribunal
32.Adjournment of appeal
33.Proceedings before the Tribunal
34.Order to be signed and dated
34-A.Procedure for dealing with applications under section 254(2)
35.Order to be communicated to parties
35-A.Procedure for filing and disposal of stay-petition
36.What to accompany an application for reference u/s 256(1)
37.Procedure in respect of application under section 256(1)
38.Who may be joined as a respondent in an application by the assesses
39.Who may be joined as a respondent in an application by the Commissioner
40.Same Bench to hear the application
41.Time for submission of reply by the respondent
42.Contents of the reply
43.Dismissal if no question of law arises
44.Statement of case to be prepared, if a question of law arises
45.What to accompany the statement of the case
46.Order on application to be communicated to the parties
47.Same Bench to deal with requisition from High Court under section 256(2)
48.Copy of the judgment of the High Court to be sent to the Bench
49.Scale of copying fees
50.Fees for inspection of records
51.Repeal and saving
52.Rules to apply mutatis mutandis under other Acts for adjudication of disputes by the Income-tax Appellate Tribunal

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