Complaint Against ITAT Members – Writ to restrain Members from discharging statutory functions not maintainable

CLR Editorial Notes: The Petitioner, a Chartered Accountant practicing before the Amritsar Bench of the Tribunal, filed a Writ Petition alleging that he was facing a lot of harassment at the hands of the Judicial Member and the Accountant Member of the Amritsar ITAT Bench. He alleged that the said Members were totally prejudiced against him… Read More

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Court duty bound to provide relief when called upon – is open to exercise jurisdiction, under Article 226

CLR Editorial Note: When the Constitution confers on the High Court the power to give relief, it becomes the duty of the court to give such relief and that the existence of an alternative remedy is not always a sufficient reason for refusing a party quick relief by way of a writ. Jurisdiction under Article 226… Read More

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