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Bare acts > Income-Tax (Appellate Tribunal) Rules, 1963 > Rule 42


42. Contents of the reply.- The reply to the application shall specifically admit or deny whether the question of law formulated by the applicant arises out of the order under sub-section (1) of section 254. If the question formulated by the applicant is defective, the reply shall state in what particular the question is defective and what is the exact question of law which arises out of the said order. The reply shall be accompanied by two copies thereof, a list of documents (the particulars of which shall be stated) which, in the opinion of the respondent, should form part of the case and a translation in English of any such document, where necessary.





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