Monitoring and disposal of cases pending for adjudication , Officers will not be relieved till disposal of cases

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Disposal of cases pending for adjudication

F No 1080/09/DIA/Misc./15

Directorate of Legal affairs

Central Board of Excise and Customs

New Delhi the 23rd October, 2015

Instruction No 1/2015

To All Chief Commissioner of Central Excise,

Customs and Service Tax Director General (Revenue Intelligence)

Director General (Central Excise Intelligence)

Subject: Monitoring and disposal of cases pending for adjudication –regarding.

It is seen from the Monthly Performance Report (MPR) for the month of August 2015, that a large number of cases are pending adjudication before the adjudicating authorities at all levels. Secretary (Revenue) has in this regard directed that proper monitoring and reporting mechanism of these cases should be put in place, so that they can be disposed off within a prescribed time frame.

2.nd ensure that the officer to whom the case has been assigned disposes of the said case. In the event of his transfer out of that jurisdiction he should not be relieved till he has disposed of the said cases.

3. The monitoring of the pendency of the adjudication cases should be done at the level of Chief Commissioner on monthly basis by the 5th, for the cases of the previous month and report submitted to the Zonal Member clearly indicating the reasons for not disposal alongwith a copy to the J.S.(Review). (Ananya Ray)

Member (L & J)

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