“A decision-maker is insisted on recording reason in support of his decision to ensure transparency in decision-making process. When any order is subject to appeal or amenable to judicial review, then such order must be reasoned and speaking order.”
Calcutta High Court held that the dismissal of the writ petition does not bar the appellant from pursuing these issues in the appellate process.
“If the Appellate Tribunal under Bihar Goods and Services Tax, 2017 is constituted and an appeal is filed there can be no further proceedings taken for recovery of the balance amounts till the appeal is disposed of.”
After perusing Rule 154(2) of the Rules of 2002, Madras High Court said that it is manifested that the Appellate Authority has to be one who is immediately superior to the District Authority. The Transport Commissioner is not superior to the District Authority.
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