CBDT forms committees on litigation management. Committees shall examine suggestions/issues on litigation management including International Good practices
CBDT in order to minimise and effectively resolve tax litigation has formed two committees. The decision was taken in the discussion held during the judicial conference held on 01.01.2019
Suggestions and issues on litigation management.
A 5 members committee has been constituted to examine the suggestions and issues on litigation management.
The composition of the Committee is as follows:
|1.||Shri A .K. Saroha||CIT(A)-23. Delhi||Convenor|
|2.||Shri D N Kar||PCIT, Orissa||Members|
|3.||Shri Ramesh Chander||CIT(DR). AAR. Delhi|
|4.||Shri S. S. Rana||CIT (DR). ITAT. Delhi|
|5.||Shri YVST Sai||CIT(J) AP & Telangana|
As per the terms of reference, the committee shall
- examine the suggestion/issues on litigation management emerging out of the Conference and to report on the solutions and the way forward on such issues.
- examine the cases where ITAT has passed perverse or irrgular orders or where the submissions of DRs have not been recorded by ITAT to be appropriately taken up with President , ITAT/Ministry of Law.
- examine the feasibility of creation of separate bench of ITAT for Tax at places where the pendency of such cases is high/above a threshold limit.
- examine the suggestion of reviving of institution of Junior DRs in view of shortage of DRs in ITAT.
International Good practices on tax Management Litigation
A 4 members committee has been formed to examine International Good practices on Tax Management Litigation
The Committee shall examine how the international good practices on tax disputes and diagnostic tools could be used for tax Litigation Management.
The composition of the Committee is as under:
|1.||Shri Sanjeev Sharma||CIT(Secy) AAR Delhi||Convenor|
|2.||Shri Ashish Abrol||CIT(A) Pariala||Members|
|3.||Shri Yogesh Verma||CIT(A) 26 Delhi|
|4.||Shri Satpal Gulati||CIT(A) 42 Delhi|
The Committee s shall submit their reports within one month