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Bare acts > Income-Tax (Appellate Tribunal) Rules, 1963 > Rule 4


4. Powers of Bench.- (1) A Bench shall hear and determine such appeals and applications made under the Act as the President may by general or special order direct.

(2) Where there are two or more Benches of the Tribunal working at any headquarters, the President or, in his absence, the Senior Vice-Presi-dent/Vice-President of the concerned zone or, in his absence, the senior-most Member of the station present at the headquarters may transfer an appeal or an application from any one of such Benches to any other.





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